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Health Worker Report


The Health Systems Quality Assurance Division of the state Department of Health recently took disciplinary actions or has withdrawn charges against these Clark County health care providers.

In August, the Nursing Assistant Program entered an agreement with certified nursing assistant Jeana M. Perkins that allows her to reactivate her license, places her on probation, and requires her to undergo evaluation for a substance abuse monitoring program. In 2017, Perkins applied to reactivate her credential, which expired in 2013. In 2013, Perkins was convicted of vehicular assault in connection with a motor vehicle crash in which she drove while intoxicated. The crash seriously injured the driver of the other vehicle. In 2014, Perkins was convicted of domestic violence harassment.

In August, the Nursing Commission charged registered nurse Stacey E. Kim, also known as Stacey E. Moore, with unprofessional conduct. Kim allegedly didn’t comply with a substance abuse monitoring contract.

In August, the secretary of health conditionally granted a chemical dependency professional trainee credential to Trista Renee Rajic, also known as Trista Renee Blackwell and Trista Renee Howard, and ordered her to undergo evaluation for a substance abuse monitoring program. Between 2006 and 2014, Rajic was convicted of 10 felonies, two gross misdemeanors, and two misdemeanors.

If you have questions about this report, contact Health Systems Quality Assurance Division at 360-236-4700.

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