I can tell you EXACTLY what you need to do to start the process. In every state there is a Board of Medical Examiners. The BME are responsible for making sure that doctors have the proper credentials for practicing. They determine whether or not a physician receives privileges or licensure within their state.
The Board reviews every complaint and take it very seriously (at least where I live).
The Board follows up with the doctor who has to respond to the Board within a certain timeframe. After their investigation, the Board determines if the physician needs therapy, be put on probation, license revoked, etc. With each complaint, filed on the doctor the Board takes this into consideration. You'll won't be informed on how complaints have been filed against him, but the Board keeps records on every complaint.
You need to write a letter of complaint, with every detail -- date, who was present, who you talked to, who said what, etc.
Perhaps the "ADD" doctor needs a good parasite cleanse to release those raging critters! :)
Edit: I saw SS response -- it seems as though you're on track!