Nurses Peer Review Actions

A negative peer review determination by a hospital board or committee in Texas can trigger the inquiry and investigation into a nursing license holder’s potential commission of professional misconduct. Furthermore, the evidence obtained by the peer review committee can be requested and subpoenaed by the Board to further supplement and substantiate the Board’s investigation. Therefore, it is imperative that a nurse obtain legal representation through the peer review process when facing credentialing issues or the suspension or revocation of employment and privileges.

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If you have been hurt by a negative peer review or inquiry, the Leichter Law Firm may be able to help you. Please contact our experienced Texas nursing license defense lawyers today by calling 512-495-9995.

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