An indefinite license suspension was recently ordered for a Mason City registered nurse after he allegedly committed unethical practices, the Globe Gazette reported on June 17.
According to reports, 35-year-old nurse Zachariah Jonathan Davis has been convicted of several criminal charges, including counts of domestic violence that he committed in 2013. Records also showed that Davis was convicted in 2014 of drunken driving that resulted in injury. As authorized by the Iowa Code, the state’s Board of Nursing is suspending the licenses of nurses who have been convicted of a crime that may interfere with their position. In the case of Davis, the Board ruled out that his violent nature has violated their code of conduct. Davis is scheduled to appear in a hearing with the nursing board in March.
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The nursing license of a Kalamazoo man recently was suspended after he was convicted of intoxicated driving, MLive reported on March 4.
The Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs confirmed on Wednesday that registered nurse William Darrel Simpson’s license was suspended last February 26. Simpson reportedly was sentenced to six days of imprisonment and a year-long probation after he was convicted of operating a vehicle while intoxicated (OWI) on August 28, 2013. The Allegan County District Court also ordered Simpson to pay a fine worth $1,250. Simpson’s nursing license suspension is in accordance to the state’s public health code.
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A Rosalia nurse’s license was recently suspended in connection with at least three patient deaths under her care, the Seattle Times reported on February 22.
The Washington Department of Health said at least nine patients were administered excessive amounts of painkillers under Susan Bowen-Small, causing three to reportedly die due to medication overdoses of strong painkillers. Bowen-Small is facing charges of negligence in handling her patients.
Olympia Nursing Care Quality Assurance executive director Paula Meyer said the evidences against Bowen-Small is enough to revoke her license.
Bowen-Small was given 20 days to make an appeal regarding the charges filed against her.
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