Provider Concerns 2017-05-01T12:20:50+00:00

Provider Concerns

Most healthcare providers are required to be licensed to work in Nevada. All healthcare providers who prescribe controlled substances and medications are required to be licensed by a State of Nevada licensing board. These Boards also ensure that the licensees of each board are practicing within their relevant statutes and regulations. These Boards have the statutory authority to take disciplinary action against their licensees if they are acting inappropriately.

Who oversees your healthcare provider?

These licensing boards are empowered to protect Nevada citizens, and if you feel that your medical provider is not acting appropriately relative to the prescribing of medications, you can file a complaint with his/her licensing board:

Profession

State Board

File a Complaint

Medical Doctor or Physician (MD) Nevada State Board of Medical Examiners File a Medical Complaint »
Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine (DO) Nevada State Board of Osteopathic Medicine File an Osteopathic Medicine Complaint »
Physician Assistant Supervised by MD Nevada State Board of Medical Examiners File a Physician Assistant Medical Complaint »
Physician Assistant Supervised by DO Nevada State Board of Osteopathic Medicine File a Physician Assistant Osteopathic Complaint »
Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN) Nevada State Board of Nursing File an APRN Complaint »
Dentist or Oral Surgeon Nevada State Board of Dental Examiners File a Dentist or Oral Surgeon Complaint »
Pharmacist Nevada State Board of Pharmacy File a Pharmacist Complaint »
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