Licensing and Accreditation

Does a Nurse Have Due Process Rights

Does a Nurse Have Due Process Rights? Learn more about your rights.

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Is Your Tennessee Nursing License at Risk

As a nurse, you work tirelessly for your patients, spending long hours on your feet without even the thought of a break. But day in and day out, nurses in Tennessee keep doing what they love. Suddenly, discovering that your nursing license is at risk can be devastating, and you deserve the right help to keep you employed and doing what you love.

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Healthcare Professionals and Protected Health Information

A license as a doctor, nurse, or other healthcare worker does not extend to business or technology expertise, and professionals may feel overwhelmed by the increasing number of healthcare laws and regulations.

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Criminal Convictions and Your Nursing License

Tennessee law grants the Tennessee Board of Nursing the power to deny, revoke or suspend a nursing license or certificate or otherwise discipline a nurse if there is proof that the nurse is guilty of a crime. Learn more.

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Legal Requirements of Healthcare Agreements

In Tennessee, if you are a physician assistant (PA) or an advanced practice nurse (APN) you are required to have a supervising physician. These agreements are done through a collaboration agreement.

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The Value of a Local Attorney in Lebanon, TN

The law is a complex labyrinth; having a seasoned attorney guide you through it is invaluable. This importance becomes even more pronounced when dealing with local matters. A local attorney from Lebanon, TN, brings unique advantages.

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