Defense For Intervention Project For Nurses Referrals
Nurses suspected of working while impaired are routinely referred to the Florida Intervention Project for Nurses. IPN, as it’s known, is an alternative mechanism in lieu of reporting incidents to the Department of Health. Although the process is different, the program conditions are just as stringent.
Gain Assistance With Your IPN Referral
At Bonilla Law Associates, P.L., we defend Florida nurses against IPN action. Whether you are facing a referral because of an alleged mental or physical impairment or impairment from drug or alcohol use, our unique experience can help you.
Attorney Luis Bonilla was previously a prosecutor with the Department of Health, prior to defending nurses who face tough disciplinary actions. He knows both sides of the law and will use this unique knowledge for your defense.
Mr. Bonilla was also a registered nurse in the United States military for 20 years. He is familiar with the unique everyday responsibilities and challenges nurses face.
Consult An Attorney Before You Report
If you have been referred by an employer to the IPN program, contact us before you report to the IPN or before you take any action.
Whether you need representation proving your innocence, additional drug testing, or character references, we have the knowledge and experience to advocate for you and mitigate potential problems down the line.
We also assist nurses with Emergency Suspension Orders.
Call 561-832-4425 to speak with Luis Bonilla. Hablamos Español. Flexible evening and weekend appointments are available. Affordable $50 consultations.