Then-Health Director Marcus Plescia and other county leaders repeatedly said errors handling Pap tests was mainly caused by one nurse who did not perform her duty to notify patients about their results. But an investigation by the North Carolina Board of Nursing has found no wrongdoing by Natalie Nicholson and cast blame on “systemic” problems in the county’s Health Department.
Then-Health Director Marcus Plescia and other county leaders repeatedly said errors handling Pap tests was mainly caused by one nurse who did not perform her duty to notify patients about their results. But an investigation by the North Carolina Board of Nursing has found no wrongdoing by Natalie Nicholson and cast blame on “systemic” problems in the county’s Health Department. Davie Hinshaw dhinshaw@charlotteobserver.com
Then-Health Director Marcus Plescia and other county leaders repeatedly said errors handling Pap tests was mainly caused by one nurse who did not perform her duty to notify patients about their results. But an investigation by the North Carolina Board of Nursing has found no wrongdoing by Natalie Nicholson and cast blame on “systemic” problems in the county’s Health Department. Davie Hinshaw dhinshaw@charlotteobserver.com

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