In June 2010, he accepted a position with the Madison County Health Center as a staff physician, according to documents which indicated he made a full disclosure to his employer about his drug use history.
Dobyns was to refer the patients needing prescriptions to the center's medical director for issuance of the controlled substance prescription. In 2012, the state medical licensing board voted 5-0 to withdraw the probation after he participated in a physician assistance program.
In April 2011, Dobyns was discharged from the health center, reportedly because he did not have registration through the Drug Enforcement Administration to dispense controlled substances.
Following his current arrest, Dobyns was reportedly suspended without pay by his current firm.
The Associated Press contributed to this story.