Apr 26, 201208:57 AMBlog
State takes action against health care providers (04/26/2012)
The Washington State Department of Health has taken disciplinary actions or withdrawn charges against the following South Sound health care providers.
In March, the Nursing Commission charged registered nurse Andrea M. McGonigle with unprofessional conduct. She allegedly failed to follow protocol when administering medications to patients, and failed to check a patient for an allergic reaction to a medication.
In March, the Massage Program granted the application of Gillian Doreen Meyer and placed conditions against her license with which she must comply. She was found guilty of unlawful possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine).
In March, the Nursing Assistant Program denied the application of registered nursing assistant applicant Karen D. Slife. She was convicted of criminal solicitation of a controlled substance and of no-contact order violation. She also entered into an order of continuance for domestic violence (assault). An Adult Protective Services Outcome Report found that she financially exploited a vulnerable adult. She failed to disclose the convictions on her application.
In April, the Health Care Assistant Program granted the application of Jennifer Dawn Woolery and placed her license on probation for one year. She was convicted of driving under the influence on two occasions.
In March, the Examining Board of Psychology placed the license of David P. Monson on probation. He viewed pornographic images on his employer’s equipment while at work.
Information about health care providers is available on the on the agency's website or by calling (360) 236-4700.