As a nursing professional, we understand it’s important for you to maintain a professional reputation. If you are an Arizona Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA) in need of an experienced health care attorney, Chelle Law can assist you. Our experienced attorney’s have represented hundreds of nurses before the Arizona Board of Nursing.
Legal services we offer include:
- Licensing Board Defense. If you are an Arizona Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist with a pending issue before the Arizona Board of Nursing it’s important you have an attorney to aggressively defend your license and protect your rights. The first step is to retain legal counsel..
- Complaint/Investigation Response. Once a notice of complaint is received you should immediately seek legal counsel. This ensures the most accurate and effective response to the complaint before the Arizona Board of Nursing.
- Criminal Reporting Requirements. Licensed health care professionals in Arizona must report nearly any criminal charge to their licensing board within ten days. If you are a CRNA and have been charged with a crime we can assist you in reporting the charges to the Nursing Board.
- Self-report Assistance. Have you been advised by your employer to self-report an issue? Contact an attorney at Chelle Law. We will help you draft a thorough self-report.
- Application and Forms Review. Applications for professional licensing that include errors or omit necessary information can lead to unnecessary delays. They can also lead to the denial of your application. Have an attorney review of your application to give you the best chance at receiving your license in a timely manner.
- Employment Contract Review. Get a second opinion. A qualified attorney can review a proposed contract and identify potential legal problems regarding the terms and conditions.
General Complaint/Investigation Timeline:
- Complaint is filed/Investigation is initiated
- Notice of Investigation is sent to the licensee
- A detailed response is due to the Board within 14 to 30 days
- An interview is held with a Board investigator
- The Board reviews the investigation at a Board Meeting
- The Board determines if discipline is merited
- Discipline is given or the case is dismissed
- The licensee may appeal
If you are an Arizona CRNA and in need of legal assistance, contact Chelle Law by clicking here or by phone at 602.344.9865
To learn more about the Arizona Board of Nursing & current rules click here.