An administrative process is in place in Pennsylvania and all other states that investigates suspicious actions and complaints against physicians and other licensed professionals in the workplace. A licensing board has the power to suspend a license if it determines a particular party is a threat to public welfare. In fact, sometimes a board takes action if it thinks a person's actions may pose a threat down the line, if not in present circumstances.
Whether you work in a privately owned pharmacy in a quiet corner of Philadelphia or a high-volume pharmacy at the front of a superstore chain, you likely have few moments when you are not busy taking calls, filling orders and answering questions for customers. You deal with doctors and insurance companies, and you often have to serve patients who don't feel well and just want some relief.
A neonatal intensive care unit is a specialized department of hospital care in Pennsylvania and all other states that treats newborn infants suffering serious illness, infection or injury. The NICU in another state is currently under investigation regarding several infants who suffered injuries while in admittance. The situation has become a medical licensing concern for a particular nurse who works in the unit.