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Pierce County Health Providers Face Discipline

Time:2020-01-11 05:06wine - Red wine life health Click:

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The Washington state Department of Health routinely disciplines health care providers following reports of misconduct. 

Below are the Pierce County providers most recently disciplined. 

• In December 2019, the Nursing Assistant Program charged registered nursing assistant Lucy L. Mow with unprofessional conduct. While providing care to three supported living agency clients, charges say, Mow drank wine and fell asleep outside during her shift.

• In December 2019, the Nursing Assistant Program charged certified nursing assistant John Goon with unprofessional conduct. Charges say that when Goon visited a park to meet a minor he had been texting, he was confronted by an adult male. Goon allegedly hit the adult male with his car as Goon tried to leave the scene. In 2019, Goon was charged with second-degree assault.

• In December 2019, the Nursing Assistant Program charged registered nursing assistant Bovae Leonjray Strickland, also known as Rovae L. Strickland, with unprofessional conduct. In 2019, Strickland was convicted of second-degree burglary with allegation of domestic violence, third-degree assault, and tampering with a witness with allegation of domestic violence.

• In December 2019, the Nursing Assistant Program charged registered nursing assistant Shauna Michelle Averill with unprofessional conduct. While she was employed at a retirement center, Averill allegedly had a sexual relationship with a vulnerable adult patient.

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