Woman Accused Of Practicing Nursing Without License
ANDERSON, S.C. (AP) — An Anderson woman has been accused of practicing nursing without a license.
The State Law Enforcement Division says Denise Lynn Lollis has been charged with practicing nursing without a license from 1985 to 2012.
Lollis worked for years at AnMed Health Medical Center. She also was a nursing instructor for Tri-County Technical College.
The warrant accuses her of providing counterfeit licensing documents to her employers.
The hospital issued a statement saying Lollis had worked at the hospital “on an as-needed basis.” The hospital alerted authorities when questions about Lollis’ license were raised earlier this year. The hospital says her employment at the hospital ended in May.
Tri-County Tech says she has left the school.
It was unclear if she has a lawyer.
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