Tiffany Fahrni

Labor and delivery nurse Tiffany Fahrni, who originally enrolled in the diversion program after stealing and using painkillers, said she was kicked out and labeled a “public risk” in December 2005. The nursing board didn’t file an accusation against her until January 2009. The board “should have been all over me like a hawk,” Fahrni said. “An addict — you got to watch them like a baby.”
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( Kings County Sheriff's Department )

Labor and delivery nurse Tiffany Fahrni, who originally enrolled in the diversion program after stealing and using painkillers, said she was kicked out and labeled a “public risk” in December 2005. The nursing board didn’t file an accusation against her until January 2009. The board “should have been all over me like a hawk,” Fahrni said. “An addict — you got to watch them like a baby.”

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