The state Department of Health has permanently revoked the credentials of an Olympia-area nursing assistant accused of sexually molesting two girls at a health care center where he worked.
The Washington State Department of Health revoked or suspended the licenses, certification or registrations of two health care providers in Thurston County in September.
The state Department of Health has pulled the license of a Whatcom County nursing assistant convicted of slapping two vulnerable adults she cared for while working at a Blaine residential facility for developmentally disabled adults.
In July, the Washington State Department of Health took the following actions regarding health care providers in Thurston County.
In July, the state Department of Health's Health Care Assistant Program suspended the credentials of Sally Castillo Yancey, who was charged with 10 counts of second- degree identity theft in 2009, according to a news release.
The Washington State Department of Health took actions regarding these Thurston County health care providers in June.
The state of Washington has revoked the license of a Southwest Washington in-home day care where a boy contracted a fatal case of E. coli.
Citing a pattern of deficiencies that placed residents in "immediate jeopardy," the state has revoked the license of a 120-bed nursing home in Tacoma. The owner, after initially appealing the revocation, decided this week to close the home.
In December, the Washington State Department of Health's Pharmacy Board dismissed charges against pharmacist Magdalene Atem- Ossiander.
The Washington State Department of Health has taken the following actions regarding health care providers in South Sound.