Dallas hospital being investigated for alleged retaliation
Regulators are currently investigating a retaliation case after a Dallas hospital allegedly fired a social worker when she filed a complaint against her supervisors when they asked her to violate regulations.
According to the Department of State Health Services, a lawsuit has now been filed against the Parkland Memorial Hospital after a former social worker was fired for stating that her supervisors asked her to transcribe the vouchers for medication, talk about medications with patients and also discuss different “medication options with doctors.”
Social workers should make recommendation for medication prescriptions or transcribe vouchers. The lawsuit claims that the woman was fired shortly after reporting this issue. This is not the first incident that has come about at the hospital and regulators are now stating the the hospital needs a complete overhaul.
If you or a loved one has been the victim of retaliation in the workplace, you need representation on your side at this time that may be able to help you receive the compensation you deserve. Contact the Austin retaliation lawsuit lawyers of The Melton Law Firm by calling 512-330-0017 today.