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A nurse’s career can be in danger when misconduct is alleged

Some people just see their job as their job. However, for many professionals here in Pennsylvania, it is much more than that. They can come to view their profession as a calling and as a major part of who they are as a person. This is a view that many nurses in the state hold.

Physician disruptive behavior allegations can have major impacts

Work can be a very stressful place, particularly within the medical profession. When bombarded with stress, a person may occasionally let emotions get the best of them at work and say or do something that they know they really shouldn't. This isn't too surprising; we are only human after all. However, if a person is accused of habitually acting in an inappropriate manner at work, they can find themselves facing real problems. Physicians are no exception to this.

Doctor's license suspended over alleged unsanitary practices

Tidiness and sanitary matters can be an issue in any workplace. In most workplaces, though, the most being accused of being untidy or engaging in unsanitary behavior will lead to is a person facing the ire of their coworkers or bosses. For medical professionals, however, such accusations are a much bigger deal. Given the harm unsanitary practices in the medical setting can cause to patients, medical boards take such allegations incredibly seriously. Allegations of unsanitary practices can lead to a doctor facing significant disciplinary actions. Their physician's license could even be at risk. This can be seen in a matter that has come up in a neighboring state.

If you are a licensed nurse, doctor, dentist, pharmacist or any other professional in Pennsylvania, call The Law Offices of Brian E. Quinn for help. Based in Philadelphia, our attorneys have decades of experience in the fields of professional license defense, criminal defense and family law.

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