The Board revoked Dr.
May 8, Action: Application for consent order granted; Penalty agreed upon: Licensee admitted to the charge of willfully failing to register, while practicing the profession of chiropractic. Yost ; Gloversville, NY Profession: Disciplinary action guilty of professional misconduct; Penalty: Licensee was found guilty of having been convicted of Grand Larceny, a Class E felony.
Patel ; Alpine, NJ Profession: Application to surrender license granted. Johnson ; Ocala, FL Profession: Licensee did not contest the charge of failing to comply with the mandatory continuing education requirements to be registered to practice as a landscape architect.
Registered Professional Nurse; Lic. Licensee admitted to the charge of having been convicted of Aggravated Harassment in the 2nd Degree.
Licensee admitted to the charge of revealing personally identifiable information, obtained in a professional capacity, without prior consent of a patient. Licensed Practical Nurse; Lic. Cobb ; Kirkville, NY Profession: Licensee admitted to the charge of practicing the profession with moral unfitness.
Hess ; Fillmore, NY Profession: Licensee admitted to the charge of having been convicted of Welfare Fraud in the 5th Degree.
Davis ; Boulder, CO Profession: Licensee did not contest the charge of practicing the profession of nursing as a registered nurse in the State of Colorado while having an expired license. Licensee admitted to the charge of failing to disclose on her New York registration renewal application that she was disciplined by the Colorado State Board of Nursing.
Johnson ; Philadelphia, PA Profession: Licensee admitted to charges of having been convicted of Retail Theft in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania on three 3 occasions, a misdemeanor, Petit Larceny, a Class A misdemeanor and in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, being dependent on and a habitual user of cocaine.
Licensee admitted to the charge of having been found guilty of professional misconduct in Texas, where the conduct if committed in New York would constitute unprofessional conduct, practicing the profession of nursing with gross negligence.
Lawrence ; Scottsville, NY Profession:The following disciplinary actions were taken at the hearings conducted by the Mississippi Board of Nursing.
These disciplinary summaries reflect actions accep ted by the licensees or applicants for licensure by Agreed Order or reflect actions ratified by the Board. The following is a summary of disciplinary actions taken against individuals by the board during board meetings.
This summary is intended for informational purposes only. Disciplinary actions. The state medical board, by an affirmative vote of not fewer than six of its members, may limit, revoke, or suspend a license or certificate to practice or certificate to recommend, refuse to grant a license or certificate, refuse to renew a license or certificate, refuse to reinstate a license or certificate, or reprimand or place on probation the holder of a.
Staff Employee Disciplinary Action: When and How to Take It Disciplining employees is a difficult part of supervision and management.
It is important that you address performance issues as they arise and pursue a progressive approach to discipline. The Board regulates the practices of engineering and land surveying in the state of California by evaluating the experience and administering examinations to prospective licensees and by enforcing the laws regulating licensed professional engineers and land surveyors.
Includes links to laws and rules regulating the two professions. Disciplinary Action Reports Agency. Licensing and Regulatory Affairs Information in Disciplinary Action Reports (DAR) is from an Order of a Board or other appropriate authority.