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Nurse RN Forum – Board ordered nurse: [QUOTE who=”BummedRNinLINY in Moriches, …

[QUOTE who="BummedRNinLINY in Moriches, New York"]To date,I have still not heard anything from the NY BON. So, you have NEVER been contacted by the NY BON? Or from any other state’s BON about any complaints? Generally what happens is that you get notified by the BON that there has been a complaint filed against you & they are going to conduct an investigation. That’s called “putting you on notice”. Then the BON comes up with their charges against you, and an investigation begins. Did your attorney contact the BON? Or just look up the name of the alleged “investigator”? I also find it EXTREMELY unusual that an investigator from the BON would contact an employer by telephone, especially just to tell them that there is an investigation going on. If the BON is doing an investigation, everything is done in writing, not over the telephone, & there is no “hey, just to let you know…..” telephone call. For “your attorney” to only say that the person is a “real investigator” and that “you would be hearing from the BON soon” also sounds suspicious. If the attorney contacted the BON directly, he/she would have been given information about any complaints and investigations against you. At this point, I would be thinking about who your enemies are & who wants to take revenge against you. I would get back in contact with the travel agency & find out exactly what was said by “the investigator” to them, if “the investigator” asked them any questions or sent them anything in writing. This whole thing sounds very suspicious. The travel job was a “second job”? What was your primary job & what happened there? Is there any possibility that the travel agency wanted to fire you & just used that as an excuse? If I were you I would contact the NY BON and ask them directly if there has been any complaint filed against you. I’d start at the top in this situation.
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