The Board of Nursing has suspended the LPN license of Alicia Rainey, who admitted to diverting pain pills from patient’s medication cards and replacing them with different medications on at least 22 occasions at The Waterford Assisted Living / Memory Care in Hermitage.
The Board of Nursing has agreed to allow RN Alicia Kisselbaugh to return to work on probationary status as of last month, per a disciplinary report released last week. In November, she presented to work as a Neuro ICU nurse with her eyes rolled back in her head, sweaty, with a flushed face, and tested positive for Fentanyl.
Registered Nurse Nicole Harper told the Board of Nursing she withdrew from her monitoring agreement because she “wanted to drink alcohol with friends”, after admitting to diverting injectable narcotics from up to 30 patients at one hospital, and pain pills from another.
The Tennessee Board of Nursing has placed the nursing license of Ethan Levesque on probation status and allowed him to continue working after he admitted to taking Fentanyl and using it while on-duty at the hospital while caring for patients. In a Disciplinary Action Report released this week, details are revealed how Ethan Levesque, a nurse at Skyline Medical Center procured Fentanyl to use while on-duty and taking care of patients. Levesque has been a registered nurse since 2014, licensed in Tennessee. According to the Board of Nursing, on December…
The Tennessee Board of Nursing has disciplined Misty Hoke (LPN) for diverting pain medications from patients at Vantage Point Assisted Living in Ashland City, TN, and being high on the diverted drugs while being the Assistant Executive Directory of the facility.
If you find yourself charged with misdemeanor simple drug possession at Bonnaroo, ‘420’ may be both the issue and the solution, thanks to an East Nashville law firm.
Vendors of Nashville’s homeless newspaper, The Contributor, are now accepting electronic payments through Venmo. If you choose to support a vendor while stopped in traffic, you can take the paper and pay when you have arrived safely to your destination.
News Channel 5 says an employee posted, then removed, Gay Pride logo because “it had not gone through our usual process of discussion and approval”.. & “was in no way meant to indicate a lack of support for the LGBTQ community, either from the station or the employee involved”
Many LGBT organizations and businesses, now including the Nashville LGBT Chamber of Commerce, are calling attention to local CBS affiliate, WTVF News Channel 5, for removing their gay pride logo branding after backlash from viewers on social media. The LGBT Chamber says they are disappointed and ‘they need to stand strong and not back down.’
Nashville’s local CBS Affiliate, WTVF – News Channel 5, spent about an hour today realizing how many people in Tennessee feel all their lives. The station changed its logo to a rainbow for pride month, but after hundreds of threats and negative comments, quickly deleted it from social media, along with the comments, as if it never happened.