When a Texas Nurse is Issued a Board Order

The licenses of nurses in the state of Texas are governed by the Texas Board of Nursing. This Board has been granted the authority to oversee and discipline any nurse found to have behaved in contradiction to the standards of the profession, or who has violated Board rules or the Nursing Practice Act. Such a…

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Defending Your Emergency Medical Services License in Texas

The Emergency Medical Services professionals of Texas are licensed by the Texas Department of State Health Services. This means that those who earn the five levels of EMS licensure—Licensed Paramedics, EMT-Paramedics, Advanced EMTs, EMT-Basic and Emergency Care Attendants—are subject to oversight by the Board, even long after their license has been issued. Sometimes someone, either…

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Common Reasons Texas Pharmacists Face Formal Discipline

Pharmacists in Texas are licensed by the Texas State Board of Pharmacy, as are pharmacies and pharmacy technicians. As the organization in charge of maintaining the professional standards in the state’s pharmacy industry, the Board is also charged with processing formal complaints and with disciplining its license-holders when they are found to have violated standards,…

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