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February 2017 Archives

What types of medical misconduct might prompt a formal complaint?

When does a doctor’s behavior rise to the level of professional misconduct? At a minimum, a complaint filed with the applicable licensing board, such as the Pennsylvania State Board of Medicine, Nursing, Dentistry, or Pharmacy, must allege more than just dissatisfaction with fees or a doctor’s attitude.

4 ways you could lose your nursing license

Whenever you obtain a professional nursing license, the possibility exists that you could also lose that license at some point. Of course, you undoubtedly want to avoid such a possibility and continue working in your chosen field. Therefore, you may wish to understand what actions could lead to the loss of a nursing license and what you could do if you find yourself at risk for license suspension or revocation.

Are you at risk of becoming an impaired physician?

As a medical professional, you likely pride yourself on your accomplishment of obtaining your medical license in order to help those in need. However, this occupation often proves stressful, and you may find yourself in situations that involve you feeling overwhelmed by the decisions you must make. In some cases, the stress may become too much.

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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