STATE OF FLORIDA

AGENCY FOR HEALTH CARE ADMINISTRATION

Lawton Chiles, Governor Douglas M. Cook, Director April 2, 1997

 

JOSE PROENZA-SANFIEL

4210 POW’s AND MIA’s DRIVE

ST. CLOUD, FLORIDA 34772-8142

 

AHCA v. JOSE PROENZA-SANFIEL,

Case No. 97-00006

 

Dear Respondent,

 

 

Rights form, and a proposed Settlement Stipulation.

Enclosed please find an Administrative Complaint, an Election of Rights form. an Explanation of

 

 

You must execute and return the Election of Rights form within twenty-one (21) days from receipt of this letter. A failure to return the Election of Rights form within twenty-one (21) days of your receipt of this letter and the enclosures could result in the waiver of your right to elect the forum for resolution of this

matter and the entry of an Order of Default against your license.

 

In an effort to resolve this matter without further action, a settlement stipulation has been provided for your review. If the terms of the settlement are acceptable, please execute the Settlement Stipulation by signing same and having your signature notarized. Once we receive the original settlement document, you

will be notified of the date and time that the case is scheduled before the Board for review.

 

In any event, you must complete and sign the Election of Rights form and return it within twenty-one (21) days of receipt of this letter.

 

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me at (904) 487-9670.

 

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Sincerely,

 

Id D. Dixon, Esq.

Legal Trainee

Agency for Health Care Administration

General Counsel's Office - MQA

Allied Health

 

 

Enclosures:

Administrative complaint

Election of Rights form

Explanation of Rights form

Settlement Stipulation

STATE OF FLORIDA

 

AGENCY FOR HEALTH CARE ADMINISTRATION

Lawton Chiles, Governor

Douglas M. Cook, Director

 

STATE OF FLORIDA

AGENCY FOR HEALTH CARE ADMINISTRATION

RE.· JOSEPROENZA-SANFIEL CASENO 97-00006

ELECTION OF RIGHTS

 

I have read the attached Explanation of Rights form and understand my options. (If you do not understand these

Options please consult with your attorney or contact the Agency for Health Care Administration, (904) 487-3908,

Before executing this form).

 

I do not dispute the allegations of fact contained in the Administrative Complaint, but do wish to be accorded a hearing not involving disputed issues of material fact, pursuant to Section 120.569, Florida Statutes (Supp. 1996), and Section 120.57(2), Florida Statutes (1995). I will be permitted to submit oral and/or written evidence in mitigation of the complaint to the Board Nursing in accordance with Board rules.

 

I do dispute the allegations of fact contained in the Administrative Complaint and request that this be considered a petition for a hearing involving disputed issues of material fact, pursuant to Section 120.569, Florida Statutes (1996), and Section 120.57(1), Florida Statutes (] 995), before an Administrative Law Judge appointed by the Division of Administrative Hearings I specifically dispute the following paragraphs of the Administrative Complaint:

 

 

I have signed the Stipulation and am returning same.

 

Regardless of which option I have selected, I understand that I will be given notice of time, date, and place when this matter is to be considered by the Board for Final Action Respondent My current address is:

 

My daytime phone number, including area code is:

 

 

Affirmed to and subscribed by Respondent before me this day of ,1997.

Sworn or

Of identification) and who, under oath/affirmation, acknowledges that his/her signature appears above.

Before me, personally appeared. Whose identity is known to me by (type

 

 

NOTARY PUBLIC

My commission expires:

 

PLEASE MAIL FORM TO: Reginald D. Dixon, Legal Trainee, Agency for Health Care Administration, Office of General Counsel-MQA, Allied Health, P.O. Box 14219, Tallahassee, Florida 31317, Telephone (904) 487-9670, Fax(904) 414-1991

 

 

STATE OF FLORIDA AGENCY FOR HEALTH CARE ADMINISTRATION

 

Lawton Chiles, Governor --

Douglas M. Cook, Director

 

 

STATE OF FLORIDA

AGENCY FOR HEALTH CARE ADMINISTRATION

 

RE: JOSE PROENZA-SANFIEL CASE NO. 97-00006

 

EXPLANATION OF RIGHTS

 

READ THOROUGHLY PRIOR TO MAKING ANY INOUIRIES TO OUR OFFICE

 

In response to the allegations set forth in the attached Administrative Complaint issued by the Agency for Health Care Administration, you must make one of the following elections within twenty-one (21) days from the day of receipt of the Administrative Complaint. Please make your election on the attached Election of Rights form and return it fully executed within 21 days to the address listed on the

form.

 

1. If you do not dispute any material fact(s) alleged in the Administrative Complaint, you may

request a hearing not involving disputed issues of material facts pursuant to Section 120.569, Florida Statutes(Supp. 1996), and Section 120.57(2), Florida Statutes (1995), before the Board Nursing. At this hearing, you will be given an opportunity to present both written and oral evidence in mitigation. You

will not be allowed to assert that the allegations in the Administrative Complaint are false/untrue. A request for this type of hearing should be directed to the Agency by checking the appropriate space, marked as "1" on the Election of Rights form, within twenty-one (21) days from the date of receipt of the Administrative Complaint.

 

2. If you determine that the allegations set forth in the Administrative Complaint contain any disputed issue(s) of material fact, you may request a hearing involving disputed issues of material fact before an Administrative Law Judge pursuant to Section 120.569, Florida Statutes (Supp. 1996), and Section 120.57(1), Florida Statutes (1995), by checking the appropriate space, marked as "2" on the

Election of Rights form and returning it to the Agency within twenty-one (21) days of receipt of the Administrative Complaint. You will have the opportunity to put on witnesses, evidence etc. which indicates that the allegations in the Administrative Complaint are untrue/false or, even if true, do not constitute a violation of the Nurse Practice Act. If you elect this type of hearing. you must keep the Agency informed as to your current mailing address. Failure to do so may be considered a waiver of your right to this hearing.

 

3. If you have executed the settlement document and are returning same, indicate this by checking the appropriate space, marked as "3" on the Election of Rights form and return the form with the executed stipulation.

 

In the event that you fail to make an election in this matter within twenty-one (21) days from receipt of the Administrative Complaint, your failure may be considered as a waiver of your right to elect the forum, and the Board may proceed to hear any and all evidence that may be presented to it, in disposing of your case.

 

Mediation not available.

 

STATE OF FLORIDA

AGENCY FOR HEALTH CARE ADMINISTRATION

BOARD OF NURSING

 

AGENCY FOR HEALTH CARE ADMINISTRATION,

 

Petitioner,

 

 

JOSE PROENZA-SANFIEL,

 

Respondent.

CASE NO. 97-00006

 

STIPULATION

Pursuant to Section 120.57(4), Florida Statutes, the above named parties

hereby offer this Stipulation to the Board of Nursing as disposition of the

Administrative Complaint, attached hereto as Exhibit "A", in lieu of any other

administrative proceedings. The terms herein become effective only if and when a

Final Order accepting this Stipulation is issued by the Board and filed. However, the Respondent agrees not to withdraw from or in any manner revoke or repudiate the

terms of this Settlement Stipulation prior to the time of its presentation and full

consideration by the Board. Should the Respondent withdraw from or in any manner

repudiate or revoke the terms of this Settlement Stipulation prior to its presentation and/or full consideration by the Board, Respondent agrees to waive all rights he/she may have to seek attorney's fees and costs incurred as the result of this disciplinary proceeding up to and including the date of his/her withdrawal from this Settlement Stipulation or the date of his/her attempt to repudiate or revoke the terms of this Settlement Stipulation. In considering this Stipulation, the Board may review all investigative materials regarding this case. If this Stipulation is rejected, it, and its presentation to the Board, shall not be used against either party.

STIPULATED FACTS

 

 

1). Respondent admits the allegations of fact Administrative Complaint for purposes of these proceedings only. contained in the

 

2). For all times pertinent herein, Respondent was LICENSED REGISTERED NURSE in the State of Florida having been issued license number RN 2523862.

 

STIPULATED LAW

 

 

1). Respondent admits the facts alleged in the Administrative Complaint, in

 

proven, constitute violations of law as charged in the Administrative Complaint.

 

2). Respondent admits that the Stipulated Disposition in this case is fair,

 

appropriate and acceptable to Respondent.

 

PROPOSED DISPOSITION

1). The Respondent shall not violate Chapter 455 or 464, Florida Statutes,

the rules promulgated pursuant thereto, any other state or federal law, rule, or

regulation relating to the practice or ability to practice nursing. Violation of an order from another state/jurisdiction shall constitute grounds for violation of the Board Order adopting this Stipulation.

2). The license of JOSE PROENZA-SANFIEL is suspended for 1 year(s) and

thereafter until he/she personally appears before the Board and can demonstrate

his/her present ability to engage in the safe practice of nursing. That demonstration shall include at least a current in-depth psychological evaluation [with MMPI] from a psychiatrist, psychologist or other licensed treatment of the problem specified in the mental health counselor experienced in Administrative Complaint. The Respondent shall supply a copy of the Board’s Final Order incorporating this stipulation re the evaluator. The evaluation must contain evidence that the evaluator knows of the reason for referral. The evaluator must specifically advise this Board that the Respondent is presently able to engage in the safe practice of nursing or recommend the conditions under which safe practice could be obtained. The Respondent must submit, prior to appearance before the Board, a plan for re-entry into practice related to the reason for referral and proof of continued treatment and counseling, if recommended in the psychological evaluation. Unconditional reinstatement is not guaranteed. The Board reserves the right to impose conditions of reinstatement at the time of reinstatement.

3). The Respondent must pay the administrative costs associated with the

investigation and processing of this matter. If the Respondent is in the Intervention Project for Nurses (IPN), the costs are due prior to completion of IPN. The Respondent has the responsibility to document financial hardship prior to the due date of the and costs. Payment must be by money order. Partial payments shall not be accepted. It is expressly understood that this Stipulation is subject to the approval of the Board and Agency and has no force and effect until an Order is based upon it by the Board.

 

5). This Stipulation is executed by the Respondent for the purpose of

avoiding further administrative action by the Board of Nursing regarding the acts or

omissions specifically set forth in the Administrative Complaint, attached hereto. In this regard, Respondent authorizes the Board to review and examine all investigative file materials concerning Respondent prior to, or in conjunction with, consideration of the Stipulation. Furthermore, should this Joint Stipulation not be accepted by the Board, it is agreed that presentation to, and consideration of, this Stipulation and other documents and matters by the Board shall not unfairly or illegally prejudice the Board or any of its members from further participation, consideration or resolution of these proceedings. Respondent shall offer no evidence, testimony or argument that disputes or contravenes any stipulated fact or conclusion of law.

 

6). Respondent and the Agency fully understand that this Joint Stipulation

and subsequent Final Order incorporating same will in no way preclude additional

proceedings by the Board and/or Agency against the Respondent for acts or

omissions not specifically set forth in the Administrative Complaint attached hereto. This Stipulation relates solely to the current disciplinary proceedings arising from the above-mentioned Administrative Complaint and does not preclude further action by other divisions, departments, and/or sections of the Agency, including but not limited to the Agency's Medicaid Program Integrity Office.

 

7). The Respondent waives the right to seek any attorney's fees or costs

from the Agency in connection with this disciplinary proceeding. Respondent waives all rights to appeal and further review of this Stipulation and these proceedings.

 

9). WITHIN 30 DAYS JOSE PROENZA-SANFIEL SHALL RETURN HIS/HER LICENSE TO THE BOARD OFFICE, OR SHALL SURRENDER THE LICENSE TO AN INVESTIGATOR OF THE AGENCY FOR HEALTH CARE ADMINISTRATION. HIS/HER EMPLOYER SHALL IMMEDIATELY BE INFORMED OF THE SUSPENSION IN WRITING FROM THE RESPONDENT WITH A COPY TO BE SENT TO THE BOARD OFFICE. WHEREFORE, the parties hereto request the Board to accepting and implementing the terms contained herein.

 

 

Before me, personally appeared whose identity is known to me by (type of identification) and who, under oath, acknowledge that his/her signature appears

above.

 

Sworn and subscribed before me this day of

 

 

Notary Public

 

My Commission Expires: ,199

 

enter a Final Order

 

JOSE PROENZA-SANFIEL

Date

Address:

 

 

Douglas M. Cook

Director

 

 

Nancy M. Snurkowski

Chief Attorney

On Behalf of the Agency for

Health Care Agency

 

 

RDD/bw

Date

STATE OF FLORIDA

AGENCY FOR HEALTH CARE ADMINISTRATION

 

AGENCY FOR HEALTH CARE

ADMINISTRATION,

 

PETITIONER,

CASE NUMBER: 97-00006

JOSE PROENZA-SANFIEL

 

 

RESPONDENT.

 

 

ADMINI STRATIVE COMPLAINT

COMES NOW, the Petitioner, Agency for Health Care Administration hereinafter referred to as "Petitioner", and files this Administrative Complaint before the Board of Nursing against, 90SE PROENZA-SANFIEL, hereinafter referred to as "Respondent", and alleges:

1. Petitioner, Agency for Health Care Administration is the state agency charged with regulating the practice of nursing pursuant to Section 20.42, Florida Statutes; Chapter 455, Florida Statutes; and Chapter 464, Florida Statutes.

Respondent is, and has been at all times material hereto, a licensed REGISTERED nurse in the State of Florida, having been issued license number RN 2523862. Respondent's last known address is 4210 POW's and MIA's Memorial Drive, St. Cloud, Florida 34772-8142.

 

As a licensed registered nurse, Respondent is governed by Chapters 455 and 464,

 

Florida Statutes, and Rule 59S, Florida Administrative Code.

 

Section 455.241, Florida Statutes, regarding confidentiality of patient records, states in part that:

 

"(2) Except as otherwise provided in Section 440.12(2), such records may not be furnished to, and the medical condition of a patient may not be discussed with, any person other than the patient or the patient's legal representative or other health care providers involved in the care of treatment of the patient, except upon written

authorization of the patient."

 

5. At a date unknown, Respondent obtained possession of a computer with a database containing confidential patient names, addresses, dates of admission, types of addiction, treatments, and psychiatric disorders for individuals treated at Charter Behavioral Health System Orlando ("'Charter"), a sixty (60) bed, full service, psychiatric treatment hospital where patients are examined, diagnosed and/or treated for drug, alcohol and/or mental health issues.

 

7. At all times material hereto, Charter has not authorized the release of nor placed in Respondent's possession, the computer and/or database, which identifies confidential patient information.

 

8. On or about January 23, 1997, Respondent contacted multiple news media sources

and divulged his access to and the content of the confidential patient information from Charter.

 

9. Respondent advised media sources that he purchased the computer from Osceola

Opportunity Center at a cost of twenty dollars ($20.00).

 

10. Osceola Association of Retarded Citizens, a/k/a Osceola Opportunity Center is a workshop opportunity program for the mentally challenged wherein items are donated by the local community for subsequent resale through the center's thrift store.

 

11. The Executive Director for Osceola Opportunity Center denies having any records and/or contact with Respondent regarding the sale of a computer.

 

12. Respondent allowed news stations, WESH-TELEVISION, INC. (NBC), a/k/a

WESH-TV News channel 2 herein after Channel 2) and NEW CITY COMMUNICATIONS OF

FLORIDA, INC. (CBS), a/k/a WCPX TV 6 (hereinafter Channel 6), access to said confidential patient information.

 

13. On January 23, 1997, Greg Fox, Channel 2 news, aired a report in Orlando, Florida, and its adjacent viewing area, wherein a computer screen was shown to the general viewing public via videotape played over the air. Said news report advised the viewing public that an unnamed nurse purchased a computer from Osceola Opportunity Center, a local thrift store, for twenty dollars($20.00). Also reported was the assertion that upon the nurse's access to the computer's

hard drive, the names of "psychiatric patients" were readily identifiable as well as their admission dates, types of addiction, treatments, and psychiatric disorders.

14. The news report additionally advised the viewing public that Charter maintains that they did not donate the computer to the thrift store. Moreover, the thrift store indicated they had no records of any purchase of a computer by the nurse at any time.

 

15. On January 23, 1997, Nicole Smith, Channel 6 news, aired a report in Orlando, Florida and its adjacent viewing area, wherein a computer screen was shown to the general viewing public via videotape played over the air. The news reporter interviewed an unidentified former patient of Charter who was tremendously distraught over the fact that his prior admission to the hospital was not kept confidential and thus exposed to the public at large.

 

16. The news media access, facilitated by the nurse, caused an unknown number of patients to be contacted by the news media. For all times material hereto, the unnamed nurse who appeared on both newscasts is the Respondent.

 

18. On January 23, 1997, representatives for the Agency spoke with Respondent

regarding his possession of the confidential records located on the computer's hard drive. The Risk Management for Charter, spoke with 24. Kim Everett, Vice President of Respondent on or about January 24, 1997. As a result of said an affidavit, which states in part: conversation, Ms. Everett executed

 

 

A. Respondent stated that he had patient information from Charter Hospital of Orlando on a computer he had purchased, that he was angry because the "government was trying to take away his license: and that the patient information was his property and he could do with it what he wanted.

 

B. I explained to Respondent that the patient information was not his property and asked him to return it to the Charter Hospital of Orlando. In response to that, Respondent said that he felt he should be compensated for the information, but that he was not trying to extort money or "anything like that." I told Respondent that the company would be willing to reimburse him for what he paid for the computer in exchange for his delivery of the computer and all of the patient information to Charter Hospital of Orlando, but that it would pay nothing more than that.

 

C. Respondent denied that he had released any of the patient information to the news media. When I pointed out to him that I understood a news station in Orlando, Florida had shown some of the patient information on a news broadcast, Respondent said he was aware of that because he had asked them to blur the last names of the

individuals.

 

D. Respondent said at some point in our conversation that the information belonged to the patients and that "maybe I [Respondent] should sell it back to them". I told him that I strongly encouraged him not to do that and that he should contact his lawyer before doing anything like that. He asked again for compensation for the patient information. I told him again that the company would be willing to

compensate him for what he paid for the computer in exchange for delivery of the computer and all the patient information to Charter Hospital of Orlando but nothing more.

 

E. Respondent finally said that he would just let the lawyers work it out. The call terminated at that point. Agency representatives requested Respondent to return the confidential patient records to Charter or the Agency. However, Respondent refused.

19. On January 23, 1997, representatives for the Agency contacted Charter to coordinate efforts to preclude the release of the confidential information by Respondent to parties not entitled to access to said patient information. Charter's representatives advised that their efforts to obtain possession of the confidential information from Respondent were unsuccessful.

20. On January 24, 1997, an Agency investigator from the Orlando Bureau of

Investigative Services office made contact with Respondent. Respondent affirmed that he was the unnamed nurse that was the subject of the aforementioned news media broadcasts. The Agency investigator requested Respondent to relinquish the computer hard drive and/or all tangible or intangible records of patients from Charter to the Agency for Health Care Administration.

Respondent advised that he was in Miami and refused said request.

21. Respondent, during his conversation with the Agency investigator, advised that he would not disclose his employment location in Miami and upon learning of the Agency

investigation against his license stated that any more threats of action against his license will result in the records either being given back to Charter or that he would put a large magnet on top of the computer to erase the records.

22. Respondent additionally advised the Agency investigator that he was a "former Marine" and "an activist" and that he "doesn't take threats lightly" and that he "was prepared to fight."

23. Upon termination of the conversation by Respondent and the Agency investigator, the confidential patient records remained in the possession of Respondent.

25. As a result of Respondent's refusal to return the patient records of Charter, and the exposure of same to unauthorized sources by Respondent, Charter filed for injunctive relief in the Circuit Court of the Ninth Judicial Circuit, Orange County, Florida. On January 27, 1997, the Honorable John H. Adams, Sr., Circuit Court Judge, issued an Order Granting Plaintiffs Motion for Temporary Injunction wherein the Court made the following Findings of Fact:

 

1. Patient confidential information subject to restraint from

disclosure under Section 349.459(9), Florida Statutes, is in the

custody of persons not authorized to possess this information.

 

2. That portions of such information have been disclosed to third

parties including the broadcast media.

 

3. That there is an imminent risk of irreparable harm of further

disclosure of such confidential information.

 

Furthermore, said court granted an expedited discovery request by Charter to allow

a deposition of Respondent on Thursday, January 30, 1997.

 

27. In a news report published in the January 29, 1997 Orlando Sentinel, Respondent was quoted as stating that he will defy the court order issued by the circuit court and that he wants to be paid by Charter for the patient records in the amount of twenty thousand dollars ($20,000.00).

28. Dr. Roger Goetz, Director of the Physician's Recovery Network ("PRN") and

consultant for the Agency, opined that the unauthorized release of names of patients who have received psychiatric treatment is a violation of reasonable practice standards and professional ethics of a licensed health care professionals. Furthermore, public exposure of patient information through media outlets is harmful to the patient, is cruel and abusive treatment of those who seek help, and has the potential to cause unnecessary disruption to patient care.

 

29. Additionally, Dr. Goetz further opined that the behavior of Respondent, as outlined above, mandates an immediate physical and mental examination. On or about January 31, 1997, the Respondent's license to practice nursing was

suspended pursuant to Emergency Suspension Order.

Count I

31. Petitioner re-alleges and incorporates by reference the allegations of fact contained in the foregoing paragraphs one (1) through thirty (30) as if fully stated herein.

 

32. Based on the foregoing, Respondent is subject to discipline pursuant to section 464.018(1)(1), Florida Statutes, by knowingly violating Rule 59S-8.005(l)(e)3., Florida Administrative Code, by misappropriating supplies, equipment or drugs.

Count II

33. Petitioner re-alleges and incorporates by reference the allegations of fact contained in the foregoing paragraphs one ( 1) through thirty (30) as if fully stated herein.

 

34. Based on the foregoing, Respondent is subject to discipline pursuant to section 464.018(1)(1), Florida Statutes, by knowingly violating Rule 59S-8.005(l)(e)5., Florida Administrative Code, by violating the confidentiality of information or knowledge concerning a patient.

Count III

35. Petitioner re-alleges and incorporates by reference the allegations of fact contained in the foregoing paragraphs one (1) through thirty (30) as if fully stated herein.

36. Based on the foregoing, Respondent is subject to discipline pursuant to section 464.018(1)(1), Florida Statutes, by knowingly violating Rule 59S-8.005(l)(e)12., by acts of negligence, gross negligence, either by omission or commission.

Count IV

37. Petitioner re-alleges and incorporates by reference the allegations of fact contained in the foregoing paragraphs one (1) through thirty (30) as if fully stated herein.

 

38. Based on the foregoing, Respondent is subject to discipline pursuant to section 464.018(1)(1), Florida Statutes, by knowingly violating Rule 59S-8.005(1)(e)13., Florida Administrative Code, by failing to conform to the minimal standards of acceptable prevailing nursing practice regardless of whether or not actual injury to a patient was sustained.

Count V

39. Petitioner re-alleges and incorporates by reference the allegations of fact contained in the foregoing paragraphs one (1) through thirty (30) as if fully stated herein.

40. Section 455.241(2), Florida Statutes, states, "[E]except as otherwise provided in Section 440.13(2), such [patient] records may not be furnished to, and the medical condition of a patient may not be discussed with, any person other than the patient or the patient's legal representative or other health care providers involved in the care or treatment of the patient, except upon written authorization of the patient".

 

41. Based upon the foregoing, Respondent is subject to discipline pursuant to section 455.227(1)(k), Florida Statutes, by failing to perform the statutory and /or legal obligations placed upon licensees pursuant to section 455.241(2), Florida Statutes.

Count VI

42. Petitioner re-alleges and incorporates by reference the allegations of fact contained in the foregoing paragraphs one (1) through thirty (30) as if fully stated herein.

43. Based on the foregoing, Respondent is subject to discipline pursuant to section 455.227(1)(q), Florida Statutes, by violating any provision of chapter 455, chapter 464, a rule of the department or agency or the board, or a lawful order of the department or agency or the board,

 

COUNSEL FOR PETITTONER:

Reginald D. Dixon

Legal Trainee

Agency for Health Care Administration

General Counsel's Office - MQA

Allied Health Section

Post Office Box 14229

Tallahassee, Florida 32317-4229

(904)487-9670

RDD/rd

PCP: LB/LM

DATE: 2-25-97

or failing to comply with a lawfully issued subpoena of the department or agency, to wit: Section 455.,241(2), Florida Statutes, Rule 59S-8.005(l)(e)3., Florida Administrative Code, Rule 59S- 8,005(1)(e)5., Florida Administrative Code, Rule 598-8.005(1)(e)12., Florida Administrative Code, and Rule 59S-8.005(1 )(e)l3.,Florida Administrative Code.

Count VII

44. Petitioner re-alleges and incorporates by reference the allegations of fact contained in the foregoing paragraphs one (1) through thirty (30) as if fully stated herein.

45. Based on the foregoing, Respondent is subject to discipline pursuant to section 464.018(1)(5)), Florida Statutes, by being unable to practice nursing with reasonable skill and safety to patients by reason of illness or use of alcohol, drugs, narcotics, or chemicals or any other type of material or as a result of any mental or physical condition.

 

WHEREFORE, Petitioner respectfully requests the Board of Nursing to enter an order imposing one or more of the following penalties: revocation or suspension of the Respondent's license, restriction of the Respondent's practice, imposition of an administrative fine, assessment of costs, issuance of a reprimand, placement of the Respondent on probation, and/or any other relief that the Board deems appropriate.

 

SIGNED this 26-day of February ,1997.

 

 

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Agency FOR HEALTH Cf4ffF, ADMINISTRATION

 

DEPUTY CLERK

G J Dixon

Cook,

 

Chief Attorney

Agency for Health Care

Administration

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