Board of Registration in Nursing Complaint Process

How to file a complaint and what to do if a complaint is filed against you.

State law authorizes the Board to investigate complaints against nurses. The Board may sanction a nurse's license when there is evidence of their violation of law, regulations, or standards of conduct that pose a risk to the public. Disciplinary action depends on what the Board determines is necessary to ensure that a nurse's unsafe behaviors or practice deficiencies are remediated. To remain licensed, nurses must demonstrate that they are able to practice in a safe and competent manner.
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