If you also received a letter from the Texas Board of Nursing regarding a case or complaint filed on you, you should hire a nurse attorney immediately before it’s too late. Texas nurse attorney Yong J. An is one of those dedicated nurse lawyers who helped various nurses in their cases since 2006.
This is what happened to a certain LVN in Dallas. During the time of the initial incident, the LVN was employed as a staff nurse in a medical facility in Conroe and had been in the position for about ten months.
On or about November 21, 2017, the LVN failed to maintain professional boundaries.
Additionally, the LVN became non-compliant with the Confidential Agreed Order for Peer Assistance Program issued to her by the Texas Board of Nursing on December 28, 2016. Non-compliance is the result of her failure to comply with all requirements of the Order, which resulted in her being discharged from the Texas Peer Assistance Program for Nurses (TPAPN).
In response to the complaints against her, the LVN states that she did not intend to cross professional boundaries. It was her intention to provide a cheerful mood to the patient and the unit. She acknowledges it was a lapse in judgment, but states the patient displayed no distress nor did any other patient. In response to non-compliance, she states she did not intend to fail to be compliant and states her unemployment status was critical to the issue of not being able to pay for the required testing in compliance with the Order.
As a result of the conviction, she was sentenced to confinement and ordered to pay a fine.
It’s best to seek the help of a nurse attorney when facing complaints or allegations. However, some nurses tend to face these results instead without thinking that nurse attorneys are always reliable for matters such as these.
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