Fake nursing/CNA licenses or what? - pg.4 | allnurses

Fake nursing/CNA licenses or what? - page 4

I was curious about how much experience some of the CNA's and nurses at my LTC had so I looked up their licenses at the state board site. I found most of them at this site. However, some of the... Read More

  1. Visit  chuckster profile page
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    Quote from KelRN215
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    I seriously doubt that you have a great number of unlicensed personnel working in your facility. More likely, it's a spelling issue or a legal name issue. This thread reminds me of "Meet the Parents" for some reason when Robert DeNiro was searching all his CIA records for "Greg Focker" when his legal name was actually "Gaylord."
    Ha - I wonder how close the "Circle of Trust" is at the OP's facility?

    On a nitpicking kind of note, I would suspect that the not just the OP's facility but nearly every LTC facility (and hospital for that matter), has a great number of unlicensed personnel (UAPs) working. Others, such as CNA's and rad techs, are certified and so technically, they too are unlicensed.
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  2. Visit  Rose_Queen profile page
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    I kind of wonder at the work environment that someone would feel more comfortable looking up people on a website than actually talking to them. Stalkerish much?
    wooh and Cunyvlad like this.
  3. Visit  billyboblewis profile page
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    There are many people practicing illegally and this matter should be brought to the attention of management and the Boards. It is a red flag that you found so many.
    Blackcat99 likes this.
  4. Visit  Cunyvlad profile page
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    Quote from billyboblewis
    There are many people practicing illegally and this matter should be brought to the attention of management and the Boards. It is a red flag that you found so many.
    i agree ..let management deal with that. i doubt that looking up licenses is part of that nurse's job description
  5. Visit  Camperhead profile page
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    Sometimes I can't find myself when I search for my license by my name on the BNE website. I know I'm spelling my own name right. I can always find it when I search by social security number.
    Blackcat99 and multi10 like this.
  6. Visit  NursexOx profile page
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    When I got married I changed my last name and updated the department of public health. Everything was updated with my nursing license, drivers license, social security, etc. It took HR at the particular job I was working at about 5 months to update my new last name, and they never have me a new name badge. So I guess if you looked me up at that time you wouldn't have found me either.
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  7. Visit  NursexOx profile page
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    *gave

    Never gave me a new name badge


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