The Observer-Reporter had a disturbing article about Amy C. Durbin, a registered nurse from Greensboro, who worked at the assisted-living facility previously known as Golden Living Center (now known as Waynesburg Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center).
Durbin is accused of not logging prescription drug reports for medication she was supposed to be giving to patients. Twelve charges of prohibited acts for fraudulent or omitted drug reports were filed against Durbin.
“Agent Andrew Sakmar wrote in court documents his investigation began in March after the office was notified of the nursing home’s internal investigation into medication that was unaccounted for. Durbin allegedly was not documenting medication administration properly for controlled substances, according to the criminal complaint.”
Records indicate Durbin was “withdrawing medications which were unaccounted for by documentation on pain evaluation forms and were not recorded as administered to patients on medical administration records,” the complaint said. The medications include 40 oxycodone pills and six hydrocodone-acetaminophen pills, investigators said.
Durbin allegedly became “verbally hostile,” refusing to come into work to be questioned or tested.