NORMAN, Oklahoma - In the unassuming office in north Norman, Dr. Kim Floyd continues to practice medicine despite a 2009 conviction for possession of child pornography.

"He's exposed to children all the time as a family doctor," said a former longtime patient who asked us to hide her identity.

The woman says she found out in January about Dr. Floyd's conviction.

"Oh my gosh, I felt so betrayed," she told News 9 on Tuesday. "This is someone you trust. You put everything into a doctor."

According to court papers, Dr. Floyd had videos and pictures of children between 11 and 12 years old engaged in sexual intercourse on his computer. He was put on five years' probation by the State Board of Osteopathic Examiners.

News 9 tried to contact Dr. Floyd at the Brookhaven Clinic but a woman in his office who identified herself as his assistant told us we had the wrong doctor. She said there was actually another Dr. Floyd who was having these legal troubles.

However, when we cross checked the license number of the Dr. Floyd with the conviction with the State Board, the address listed was the Brookhaven Clinic on 2400 Palmer Circle.

The former patient says when she first asked about the doctor's original suspension back in 2009 she was misled as well.

"Absolutely, I was lied to because back then he was in trouble and I was told a completely different story," she said.

Dr. Floyd is under probation by the Medical Board until 2014. Among the conditions of the probation, he is not allowed to be alone in an exam room with a female of any age or male under 18 years old.

According to the Oklahoma State Courts Network, Dr. Floyd was given a 5 year suspended sentence, forced to pay a $500 fine and was supervised by the District Attorney's office during treatment and completion of a relapse prevention program.