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by dlkj413 dlkj413 (New) New

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I was the subject of a complaint and spoke with an investigator over the phone. He asked me questions and I answered them honestly. He then asked me to meet him to give my side of things in person and I agreed. I was about to make the 1.5 hr drive to speak with him when I called him and was told they don't need anything else from me at this time. Anyways, I have been in the dark now not knowing what is going on. (Surprise, surprise) I was accused of diversion from my previous employer without any evidence against me. (Being 100% honest here and I did NOT divert meds; it hurts that EVERYONE i worked with believes I did now and my reputation there is ruined.) Anyways, still haven't heard anything back but I moved out of state last year (before all this) and have been wanting to get licensed in this state. Of course I don't want to have to pay all the fees to get turned down because of some stupid complaint that has nothing even backing it up! Would you guys suggest I wait to find something out from the BON or go ahead and try to get my new license here? And does anyone have any idea what will or could happen next?

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Uncle-JoJo has 3 years experience.

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I'd go on with life and apply for your new license. If you truly didn't divert then you shouldn't have anything to fear about a new license. However, do know that if you aren't 100% honest with yourself, us, our them, it will come out one way or another. Good luck in your new state.

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Thank you. I think I will apply for my new license. I have Just heard horrible things about the BON and it just worries me I could be falsely accused of something I didn't do. My anxiety gets the best of me and I start overthinking everything bad that could happen when in reality I Know I'm innocent and they have no reason to continue on investigating me.

My boss would cover up any missing narcs, said narcs were counted when they were not, allowed CNAs to count and the CNAs also know where the extra narcs keys are kept! (In an unlocked drawer one cabinet over from the narc box!) One time my boss and I were wasting a ton of expired Valium and Tramadol and she said "we could make a killing off these in the streets. Well not the tramadol those don't do ****!" And just laughed. She's the one who complained against me I'm sure. I told the investigator all of these things when he asked (like I said, nothing to hide!) and he seemed more concerned with the way things were done there vs with me when we got off the phone. I was careful when wording things when speaking to him but honest the entire time. I figured the more I tell them, the better chances they have of finding out who IS diverting at that facility.

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