Because the healthcare licensing attorneys at Chapman Law Group have decades of experience in helping nurses and medical practitioners avoid HPRP enrollment and formal licensing action, as well as specialized knowledge regarding the specific evaluators, the HPRP intake and evaluation process, and the ability to challenge adverse evaluation findings within the HPRP system.
Our lawyers are experienced in helping nurses and practitioners resolve allegations of drug diversion, positive drug screens, DUIs, and other impairment matters.
We use three factors when helping nurses decide whether HPRP is a good option for avoiding licensing action:
- Do you have an alcohol or drug addiction?
- Is this your first offense?
- Are you able to prove to the relevant board that:
- this was an isolated situation;
- you are safe to practice;
- you would not benefit from a period of monitoring; and
- you do not need active supervision?
Chapman Law Group is prepared to work through these critical steps with you and, if possible, prove to the relevant board that you are capable of continuing without an intervention.
We strongly advise you to not reach out to HPRP without first discussing your options with us. Our lawyers can prepare your defense and negotiate options before licensing action commences and HPRP evaluation is made a mandatory condition for continued licensure.
At Chapman Law Group, we represent health care practices and practitioners in the Metro Detroit area (Troy, Ann Arbor, Dearborn, Wayne/Oakland/Macomb region, etc.), Kalamazoo, Grand Rapids, Lansing, Flint, and the full state of Michigan. Contact us today.