Attorney: Discipline likely from nurses board

October 2011
Same-Day Surgery;Oct2011, Vol. 35 Issue 10, p104
Academic Journal
The article notes the defendants in a surgery prank case involving Metroplex Adventist Hospital in Texas will likely pay a money award to the victim and be disciplined by the Texas Board of Nursing, according to attorney Alex J. Keoskey, a specialist in healthcare litigation.


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