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Topic - Maryland Board Of Nursing
ANNAPOLIS — Maryland nursing officials are responsible for nurses recently losing their jobs for not having their criminal background checks, the director of the state Criminal Justice Information System said yesterday.
ANNAPOLIS — A law that took effect this year requiring federal criminal background checks for Maryland nurses has created delays in licensing health care workers, even as the state suffers a nursing shortage.
ANNAPOLIS — The state nursing board is refunding hundred of thousands of dollars to nurses and nursing assistants after a legislative inquiry found it collected fees without authority.