Hello imjamm and welcome to the boards.
In reading your post, nothing unusual in prescribing that amount of percocet. The dose is certainly on the lower spectrum and you frequently see much higer doses being prescribed. Having said that, you are not the only patient your doctor is prescribing drugs to.
Is it documented in your medical records the reason for taking these meds? Have diagnostic test been done? The DEA has really gotten tough on doctors who rx narcotics. If he is prescribing percocet to many many patients and there is no documentation to back up the reasons for doing so. This could be a very serious problem.
While your dose is reasonable, with all due respect, you don't know what he is doing with all his other patients. If he has been asked to surrender his liscense, I am sure they have a good reason for doing so.
Did your doctor tell you himself that he is loosing his liscense? Some states monitor the prescribing practices of physicians very diligently, while others not so much.
I wasn't much help, but I have a feeling there is more to the story where this doctor is concerned.
Good luck and let us know how things turn out.