Connecticut

Ansonia Nurse Accused Of Murder Loses License

June 23, 2017
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Ansonia Nurse Accused Of Murder Loses License

By Kate Farrish A licensed practical nurse from Ansonia who is accused of murdering an Eastern Connecticut State University student has lost his nursing license in an unrelated case involving a fight he had with a visitor in a patient’s home. The Board of Examiners for Nursing voted Wednesday to revoke the license of...

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DCF’s New Strategy: Treating Connecticut Children And Families In Their Own Homes

June 22, 2017
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DCF’s New Strategy: Treating Connecticut Children And Families In Their Own Homes

By Jenifer Frank Last May, Samantha Collins’ drug use, legal problems and dealings with the Connecticut Department of Children and Families forced her to strike a bargain with the agency. Tony Bacewicz Photo. Samantha Collins tells how the Family-Based Recovery program helped her stay at home to care for her children while receiving addiction...

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Connecticut Disciplines Eight Nurses

June 21, 2017
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Connecticut Disciplines Eight Nurses

By Kate Farrish The state Board of Examiners for Nursing on Wednesday disciplined eight nurses, including seven for cases involving the theft or abuse of drugs and alcohol. The board revoked the registered nurse license of Enrique Lopez of Washington Depot, finding that between September and December, while working at Life Spring Home Health...

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Connecticut Fines Six Nursing Homes Following Residents’ Deaths, Care Lapses

June 9, 2017
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Connecticut Fines Six Nursing Homes Following Residents’ Deaths, Care Lapses

By Cara Rosner 48 mins ago Six nursing homes have been fined for violations, including two incidents where residents died. The Reservoir in West Hartford was fined $3,000 after a resident died and investigators found staff did not administer CPR for the required period of time, according to the state Department of Public Health...

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