Shida Jamie, who had operated a senior health agency with a branch in Clay, is set to go on trial in federal court in Charleston.

The company, known as Golden Heart senior services of St. Albans, had branch offices in Clay and Montgomery, and had been has been charged on multiple counts regarding the operation, including allegedly submitting improper bills to Medicaid.

The company closed down.

Federal prosecutors filed a civil lawsuit and froze assets belonging to Shida Jamie and her son, James S. "Jimmy" Jamie, who had claimed that he made $2.2 million as a health-care executive with Golden Heart.

Jimmy Jamie was later dropped from the federal lawsuit after he admitted in a sworn statement that he had lied about his income, assets and role in the company, among other things.

The West Virginia Board of Medicine fined Sharooz Saheb Jamie, a former Clay doctor, $10,000 for reportedly engaging in wrongful billing practices that resulted in Mountain State Blue Cross Blue Shield overpaying him more than $182,000.

Jamie had been Mayor of Clay.

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