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Nurse fired, loses license for working while intoxicated

Posted on Wednesday, July 23rd, 2014    

A female nurse was fired from her work in Muncie, Indiana for showing up intoxicated and had her license revoked for several offenses, IndyStar reported on July 9.

Reports said registered nurse Linda Bullinger, 55, was fired from her work last March at Parkview Nursing Center after she was found to be drunk while on duty. Bullinger’s blood alcohol level at the time was 0.258 percent. The Indiana Board of Nursing revoked Bullinger’s license due to her work history on at least three nursing homes where she was fired for working while intoxicated. It was also discovered that she continually failed to report previous infractions and employment termination.

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