While the vast majority of nurses are competent and caring individuals who provide care according to the standard, violations of the nurse practice act do happen. The Minnesota Board of Nursing (BON), through its statutory authority specified in the nurse practice act, is responsible for reviewing and acting on complaints in order to fulfill their mission to protect the public. If the after a thorough investigation, the Minnesota Board of Nursing determines there is sufficient basis that the nurse violated the act or regulations, the Minnesota Board of Nursing may take disciplinary action on the nurse’s license. Currently, the annual rate of discipline on a nursing license is less than one percent.
If you are one of those one percent of nurses who have been contacted by the Minnesota Board of Nursing, Fabian Hoffner, of The Hoffner Firm can help.
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