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RENEWAL OF YOUR OHIO NURSING LICENSE

Every two years, your nursing license must be renewed. Failure to do so on a timely basis can jeopardize your employment and your right to practice your profession. The renewal process requires you to complete a form for the Ohio Board of Nursing which, among other matters, inquires into whether or not you have been Read More

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OUR FIRM, INCLUDING RACHEL SINDELL, AN ATTORNEY, RN AND CNP, PROVIDES AGGRESSIVE REPRESENTATION IN ALL DISCIPLINARY PROCEEDINGS BEFORE THE OHIO BOARD OF NURSING AND THE OHIO MEDICAL BOARD

Success in your profession depends upon safeguarding your reputation. When your professional license is a subject of investigation or a disciplinary action, you can trust us to give you the legal representation you deserve. We are uniquely positioned to offer skilled advocacy because we are: Experienced — With 50 years of experience, Steven A. Sindell Read More

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An Ohio Nurse who believes she/he has been damaged by a bad faith conduct of an employee of the Ohio Board of Nursing.

There may be occurrences where employees of the Ohio Board of Nursing execute their official duties carelessly, mistakenly or incorrectly. For these types of errors, Ohio Revised Code Section 4723.021 Immunizes or shields them from any liability for the harm or injury they may cause. It should be noted that proof of legally actionable “fraud” Read More

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Qualified Immunity for those who report to the Ohio Board of Nursing complaints about the Performance Practice or Conduct of a Nurse

It is our view that in some unfortunate cases employers “target” certain nurses out of personal, vindictive motives. The same can be said for upset or angry spouses, colleagues, former spouses who have malicious personal motivations to harm the career of a nurse. Malevolent motivations can bring in question the credibility and validity of the Read More

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Summary or Automatic Suspension of a Nursing License without a Hearing

Ohio Revised Code Section 4723.281(B) states in pertinent part as follows: (B) When there is clear and convincing evidence that continued practice by an individual licensed under this chapter presents a danger of immediate and serious harm to the public, as determined on consideration of the evidence by the president and the executive director of Read More

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A NOTICE OF OPPORTUNITY FOR HEARING FROM THE OHIO BOARD OF NURSING

If you receive a Notice of Opportunity for Hearing from the Ohio Board of Nursing you have 30 days from the date on the Notice within which to request a hearing. The request must be in writing and sent by mail or email (to the mailing or email address specified in the Notice of Opportunity Read More

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Qualified Immunity from Liability of Ohio Board of Nursing Members and Employees

There may be occurrences where employees of the Ohio Board of Nursing execute their official duties carelessly, mistakenly or incorrectly. For these types of errors, Ohio Revised Code Section 4723.021 immunizes or shields them from any liability for the harm or injury they may cause. However, this immunity is qualified. The statue only protects Ohio Read More

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OUR FIRM, INCLUDING RACHEL SINDELL, AN ATTORNEY, RN AND CNP, PROVIDES AGGRESSIVE REPRESENTATION IN ALL DISCIPLINARY PROCEEDINGS BEFORE THE OHIO BOARD OF NURSING AND THE OHIO MEDICAL BOARD

Success in your profession depends upon safeguarding your reputation. When your professional license is a subject of investigation or a disciplinary action, you can trust us to give you the legal representation you deserve. We are uniquely positioned to offer skilled advocacy because we are: Experienced — With 50 years of experience, Steven A. Sindell is Read More

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Does The Ohio Board of Nursing have a Right to Discipline A Nurse for a Misdemeanor

The answer is yes, depending upon the underlying conduct which constituted the misdemeanor. The mere commission of a misdemeanor by a nurse is not in and of itself, standing alone, an independent ground for the Ohio Board of Nursing to exercise disciplinary jurisdiction. But if the underlying conduct amounts to what the law regards as Read More

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What Should a Nurse Do When Contacted by the Ohio Board of Nursing (2)

Representation by a Nursing License Defense Attorney specialist is a nurse’s right. Representation  by an Ohio Nursing License Defense Attorney is suggested to all nurses who have pending investigations or cases with the Ohio Board of Nursing.  Fear that the Ohio Board of Nursing will hold against you that you chose to be represented by Read More

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