Nurses work on the frontlines, providing essential medical services to countless numbers of patients. They often work in stressful, even chaotic environments and are expected to manage challenging patients and remain composed at all times. Unfortunately, because they work closely with stressed and upset patients and families, allegations of professional misconduct can occur.
You have the right to defend yourself against any complaints that could threaten your nursing license and potentially end your career. A Florida license defense for nurses lawyer who is familiar with the complaint process can explain the process to you and ensure you do not miss any of the deadlines that could result in your license being revoked.
The team at the Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine has worked on many Florida nursing license defense cases, and we are here to listen to the details of your case. For a free review of your case, contact the Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine today at 1-800-747-3733.
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Common Reasons for Complaints of Professional Misconduct
- Negligence or not meeting the minimum standard of care
- Suffering from an impairment or medical condition that impacts the ability to do the job
- Sexual misconduct with a patient
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Possible Disciplinary Action That Could Be Taken Against a Nurse
The types of action that are typically taken against a nurse as a result of professional misconduct include:
- Remedial education
- Administrative cost
- License suspension
- License revocation
If you are facing an allegation of professional misconduct, you have the right to defend yourself before your case gets to the point that your license has been revoked or suspended. For a free, no-risk review of your license defense for nurses case, contact the Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine today at 1-800-747-3733.
Complaint Process for Allegations Against Nurses
If a complaint is filed against a nurse, it will be reviewed as part of the complaint process to determine whether the complaint is valid and a violation occurred, according to Florida Health. If based on this initial review, it is determined that a violation could have occurred, it will be investigated.
The Investigative Services Unit will conduct interviews, gather evidence, and prepare an investigative report for the Prosecution Services Unit (PSU). When the investigation is complete, the report is sent to PSU, and a lawyer or consultant reviews the report and drafts a recommendation to the probable cause panel (PCP). If probable cause exists and the lawyer believes that a violation did occur, then the case will be presented to the panel.
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You should always treat a formal complaint as a serious matter. That includes paying close attention to the deadlines to respond to complaints. Missing deadlines can have far-reaching consequences.
At the Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine, we understand that nurses are busy people and that gathering the necessary information and preparing a response are time-consuming. Let us help defend you against the allegations of misconduct. We have worked on many cases like this and know the important deadlines that we must meet and how to respond appropriately.
For a free, no-risk review of your case, contact the Law Offices of Anidjar & Levine today at 1-800-747-3733.