Nurse who failed to give medication to Chester care home resident and had sexual relationship with patient is struck off

18 February 2020 – Chester Standard

Susan Elizabeth Greene has admitted three charges of misconduct before the Nursing and Midwifery Council’s (NMC) fitness to practise committee hearing earlier this month.

The charges relate to when she was a registered nurse for Lloyds Pharmacy Clinical Homecare (LPC) in 2018, where she had a relationship lasting at least nine months with a man referred to in the hearing as ‘Patient A’, and was later working as an agency nurse by Hamilton Cross when she gave the wrong medication to patients.

The first happened on September 9, 2018, when at Whittle Hall Nursing Home, Great Sankey Warrington, when Ms Greene administered a resident 500mg of Metformin and 1mg of Risperidone that should have gone to a different patient.

The second incident was at Oak Grange Care Home, Mollington, on 10.02.2019 and 11.02.2019, when Ms Greene failed to give a resident their 6pm Tinzaparin injections on both days.


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