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You need to report this person to the local police or sheriff office and attempt to have them prosecuted. You also need to report this person to the North Carolina Attorney General Office. They have an office in place to assist victims of identity theft - which this clearly is a form of that you are dealing with now.
You need to immediately (or as soon as possible) after filing charges go to the physician office and explain the situation and also tell them that you have pressed charges on the individual. Tell them that you will be happy to fill out any sworn statement necessary or that they may require to express that this was not you that made this letter of request.
You obviously also need to go to your bank and explain the situation to them. You can fill out affidavits as to the checks that were forged and they will credit back your account.
Once this is all done, you have nothing else to worry about in the present time.
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Best wishes going forward!
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