Friday, July 19, 2013

Nurse struck off for rough handling and verbal abuse

 "A PENPARCAU nurse has been struck off the nursing register after a disciplinary panel ruled that she “put patients at unwarranted risk of harm”.
A Nursing and Midwifery Council hearing found 12 charges proven against June Parry, including claims of rough handling and verbal abuse of patients and intimidation of colleagues. Five further charges were not proven.
She has been removed from the nursing register for five years. The charges relate to periods between 2005 and 2010 when Mrs Parry was working first at Ystwyth Ward at Bronglais Hospital and then Hafan y Waun at Waunfawr.
The NMC panel heard that Mrs Parry quit her job at the hospital after allegations that she had made inappropriate comments about patients, including a claim she had said she would put a pillow over a patient’s face and wrap a cord around another patient’s neck."
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