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These reports are updated on a monthly basis. Prior to taking any actions related to the information on this page, please check the Online Verification System to determine a licensee's current status or contact this office for more information. You may contact the Board by phone at (304) 744-0900, by mail, by mail at 90 MacCorkle Ave., Suite 203, South Charleston, WV 25303, or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Requests for copies of documents must be made in writing. Clearly state your request and provide a name and address where the information may be mailed. The fee for documents is $3.00 for the first page and 0.25 cents for each additional page. You will be invoiced for this amount.
A Consent Agreement is a settlement agreement between the Board and the licensee. The agreement is the result of an informal settlement of a complaint filed against a licensee. Consent Agreements with a Probation requirement generally include certain restrictions in the practice of a registered professional nurse. Time is counted toward the required probationary period only while the individual nurse is working as a registered professional nurse. If an individual does not work for a period of time, this time is not counted toward the probation requirement. Therefore, some individuals may have a probation license longer than the dates may suggest.
A reprimand is the least restrictive disciplinary action the Board takes against a license. A licensee can practice if a reprimand has been issued against the license.
A suspension is generally the result of a violation of a contract between the licensee and the Board. A suspension can also be the resulting action taken by the Board in relation to discipline. A licensee cannot practice nursing while the license is suspended.
A Summary Suspension is an action taken by the Board when a licensee is considered an immediate threat to public safety. A licensee receiving a Summary Suspension cannot work as a nurse or represent themselves as such.
A Reinstatement occurs when a licensee has completed the discipline requirements. Reinstatement may return the license to the full unencumbered status or return a suspended license to a Probation status, or any other action the Board deems appropriate.