I have a friend in a similar situation. A drug seeking patient called the nurse advocate and accused her of diverting. So they escorted her off the floor midshift, not discreetly. She did a urine and blood drug screen and is awaiting results. They told her she was suspended without pay. She requested the no pay policy, which doesn't exist, so it looks like she will be reimbursed for the time missed assuming her screen is negative. The results were supposed to be back yesterday, and everyone is giving her the run around. From what I've read, they could fire her on suspicion regardless of a negative result. Should she already be seeking legal council? Unfortunately the poor girl, 28 years old, she had NHL now in remission and still has tons of medical bills. She'd love to avoid a lawyer bill for something she hasn't even done.