LVN license received disciplinary proceedings due to inaccurate documentation and failure to assess the patient required to medicate. The following actions can surely subject you to disciplinary action, suspension or revocation of your LVN license.
Additionally, the Texas Board of Nursing has jurisdiction over all RN or LVN license cases. Therefore, the assistance of an experienced nurse license attorney is the best help you can ever get. Their expertise over the field of nursing can defend an LVN against the possible sanctions given to them.
On or around January 1 through January 3, 2016, the Wheeler-based LVN falsely documented the patient assessments in the patient’s chart. The content of the documentation is that she wasn’t able to assess the patient. The misconduct resulted to inaccurate medical record and may have caused injury to the patient, while caretakers rely on these records.
On or around April 22 through April 23, 2016, the LVN license nurse falsely documented a patient assessment on a patient. She also failed to document that the patient requested pain medication on three occasions during her shift. The resulting action might have caused injury to the patient and may cause an error upon the treatment provided by caregivers.
Lastly, on or about February 12, 2017, the LVN falsely documented a patient assessment in the patient’s chart as well. These are several misconducts that might have led to a suspension. But with the right nurse license attorney, it could be lifted as a disciplinary proceeding instead.
The LVN admitted the error of her actions. Thus, the Texas Board of Nursing decided to subject the LVN license to discipline to ensure the future safety of patients.
Disciplinary action is a much better sentence to those who have committed several errors to give the LVN a better chance at work. For more details in learning how to get in touch with the best nurse license attorney, you may contact Attorney Yong J. An by dialing (832)-428-5679 for private consultation.