The state Department of Health took the following actions regarding health care providers in July, according to a news release.
Also according to the release:
Registered nursing assistant Lynniah Grayson’s credential was suspended for at least five years after she was convicted of third-degree assault and first-degree theft.
The registered nursing assistant Tina Anne Grove’s credential was suspended for at least five years. As the manager of a facility providing in-home oversight for vulnerable patients, Grove failed to protect a patient’s safety.
Registered nursing assistant Jessica A. Shoaf’s credential was suspended for at least five years. She mistreated a vulnerable adult in her care and did not report physical injuries she inflicted on the client.
A cease-and-desist order was issued against Tanya Hunter. She advertised and operated a business selling liquid hCG and hypodermic needles for weight loss and does not have a credential to provide medical service.
Agency-affiliated counselor Melissa Ann Marie Wright’s credential was suspended after she failed to cooperate with an investigation.
Massage practitioner Artyom Nicholas Davenport’s credential was suspended after Davenport didn’t meet the terms of a previous agreement requiring compliance with a substance-abuse monitoring program.
Certified nursing assistant Raul Sosa Corona’s credential was suspended for at least three years. He failed to report an injury that occurred to a patient under his care.
Agency-affiliated counselor and registered nursing assistant April Ann Stewart’s credential was suspended after she tested positive for methamphetamine and marijuana and neglected a vulnerable adult under her care.
Registered nursing assistant Peter Gichimu Kimani’s credential was suspended for at least three years after he neglected a vulnerable adult under his care.