Professional roundup: 3 York women disciplined
- Three York County women disciplined by Department of State in January
- Department of State announced 73 total disciplinary actions in January
Three York County women were disciplined by the Pennsylvania Department of State in January, according to a department report.
All three dealt with state Board of Nursing licenses:
Kim Eilene Delp, of Dillsburg, had her license to practice as a practical nurse in the state indefinitely and actively suspended, according to the report.
Delp's license had expired in June 2010, and she pleaded guilty to public drunkenness charges in December 2014, according to department filings. A state-mandated doctor examination determined that she had issues that prevented her from safely practicing as a nurse.
Christine Susan Frederick, of Brogue, voluntarily surrendered her license to practice nursing, according to the report.
Her license was set to expire in June, but she surrendered her license after she was arrested and charged with a DUI in November 2014, according to department filings. Frederick elected to surrender her license instead of undergoing a mandated mental and physical examination.
Hanover resident Carrie Michelle Baublitz's license was indefinitely suspended retroactive to Aug. 25, 2014, according to the report.
Baublitz failed to respond to multiple notices mandating that she undergo a mental and physical examination, according to court filings.
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