Experienced Legal Guidance For Ohio Nursing License Hearings

As a practicing nurse, your license is critical to your career. Although you may be anxious if you are under investigation from the Ohio Board of Nursing, an experienced attorney can help by assisting you in presenting your information in a clear and beneficial way.

At Collis Law Group, LLC, our attorneys are here to help. From our Columbus office, we represent nurses throughout Ohio in Nursing Board investigations and disciplinary matters of this kind. Tell us your story and let us help.

Understanding The Nursing Board Complaint Investigation Process

The Ohio Board of Nursing investigates a wide variety of matters, including:

  • License application process
  • Past conduct affecting the ability to obtain a license
  • Unsafe methods or negligence in practice
  • Exceeding the scope of practice
  • Medication errors
  • Patient abuse
  • Inappropriate contact or relationships with patients
  • Impairment of the ability to practice as a result of chemical dependency, alcohol abuse, or mental illness
  • Sexual misconduct

Initially, the Ohio Board of Nursing gathers information through an investigation that often includes an interview and statement from the nurse, before determining whether to close the matter, offer a Consent Agreement or proceed to the formal disciplinary process.

Do not hesitate to contact us. We have helped numerous Ohio nurses in the license defense process. We will walk you through every step and help explore and explain all of your options.

Substance Abuse And Mental Health Issues

For nurses, as for any professionals, alcohol, drugs and mental illness can result in disciplinary actions, whether or not there is any indication that your work has been impaired.

If you are facing a Board of Nursing investigation involving substance abuse or mental illness, our lawyers have the experience to help you.

We're Ready To Advocate For You

Our team can be reached at 614-324-9115 or by using our online contact form. We look forward to speaking with you in person and helping you prepare for a nursing license board hearing.