- Report: #1092241
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Complaint Review: Christine Routson
Christine Routson2268 S E Shady Circle Arcadia, Florida USA
Christine Routson Nurse Christine Routson Christine Routson resignation letter with the Department of Health. Christine Routson resigned while under investigation. Arcadia Florida
*Author of original report: Christine Routson Agency seeks to suspend former DeSoto jail nurse's license
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Christine Routson resigned her position with the Department of Health, Desoto County Florida. She resigned her state job due to an ongoing investigation on her. Christine Routson was a former registered nurse that was assigned to the Desoto County Sheriff Department in Florida. Three correction officers have been fired, a few others including high ranking staff have retired, and a few other staff members have been reprimanded. Christine Routson had started a scandal at her job with the Department of Health.
The scandal has led to criminal charges along with possible federal charges with her former co workers. She herself has resigned her position as registered nurse supervisor. She resigned because she to is being investigated for many allegations stemming from her actions. We can only hope and pray that this individual will never be employed in nursing or around any type of medical facility. A copy of Christine Routson's resignation letter is posted online.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 10/16/2013 01:19 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Christine-Routson/Arcadia-Florida-34266/Christine-Routson-Nurse-Christine-Routson-Christine-Routson-resignation-letter-with-the-D-1092241. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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