Facing any kind of accusations and allegations may compromise your career and a Texas nurse attorney could provide you with the best help. If you have any valid reasons, you may refer to a nurse attorney to provide further defense against your case.
At the time of the initial incident, an LVN was employed as a Licensed Vocational Nurse at a hospital in Killeen, Texas, and had been in that position for three (3) years and three (3) months.
On or about June 3, 2019, through June 14, 2019, while employed, the LVN failed to notify the family of the patient in advance of when the Physician would be scheduled to visit the patient in the facility, as the family had requested. The patient’s daughters are the designated Medical Power of Attorneys for the patient. The LVN’s conduct was likely to injure the patient from clinical care decisions based upon incomplete information, as the patient was not able to accurately relay all of her needs and concerns.
In response to the incident, the LVN states that on or about June 3, 2019, through June 14, 2019, the physician arrived at the facility twice. The LVN states that to her knowledge the patient’s daughter was informed of the physician is in the building for the first time. The LVN states that the second time, she saw one of the daughters in the building prior to the physician arriving and assumed that she was aware of the physician’s plan to visit as the resident herself was aware. The LVN states that she did not however, make contact with the daughter herself at this time.
Unfortunately, without an effective nurse attorney to defend your case, the Texas Board of Nursing (BON) can decide whether to only discipline, revoke or suspend your license that they see fit your case.
Losing your LVN or RN license can compromise your career. However, a skilled nurse attorney can greatly help you in major cases such as this. For assistance regarding your nurse license case, it’s best to contact Nurse Attorney Yong J. An by contacting him at (832) 428-5679.