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Time has come! Cerified Letter from BON

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by mississippiRN71 mississippiRN71 (Member) Member

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Hi everyone.  My time has come after 3 1/2 years.  I have a certified letter from the MS BON that I haven't picked up yet.  I am friends with the lady at the post office and she texted me.   I am so nervous!!  I pray is monitoring and not suspension or revocation! How may of you heard from the BON via certified letter?    Thanks

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I am awaiting my contract from the TX BON and I am told it will come certified.  However, I am not familiar with MS.

Good luck and I know you must be at least a little relieved that you will FINALLY have some answers.

Keep us posted!

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The letter stated I have a settlement conference with the Board in Jackson on October 8 at 830am

Did anyone else get notified this way? 
The few people I have spoken with who have experienced this say that most likely if the board was going to revoke my license or suspend it - they would have stated to stop working in immediately.
Mine didn’t say that so hopefully it will be minoring!!

Should I seek a lawyer? I’ve  already given a statement to the investigator years ago 

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It couldn't hurt to have an attorney on your side when you meet with the board.  But, a settlement conference sounds to me like they have an order ready and want you to sign?  I am not sure.

I am guessing if they were suspending/revoking, they would have sent a cease practice letter.  But, that is ONLY my opinion.

 

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sirI has 30 years experience as a MSN, APRN, NP and specializes in Education, FP, LNC, Forensics, ED, OB.

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Wizard 1 has 12 years experience and specializes in ER, ICU/CCU, Open Heart OR Recovery, Etc.

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I'd definitely have an attorney, one that is familiar with administrative process and licensure issues, with me. When you retain them, give them a copy of the letter and see if they can answer your questions. 

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