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Please advise the consumer that if it was a Registered Nurse who gave the advice, then they may file a complaint with the Board of Registered Nursing, or if it was a physician, they can file a complaint with the Medical Board, etc. Whatever Board the person giving the advice is licensed by is where they should file a complaint.
 
Please advise the consumer that if it was a Registered Nurse who gave the advice, then they may file a complaint with the Board of Registered Nursing, or if it was a physician, they can file a complaint with the Medical Board, etc. Whatever Board the person giving the advice is licensed by is where they should file a complaint.
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Revision as of 17:28, 1 November 2019

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Telephone Medical Advice Services go back


As of January 1, 2017, the Telephone Medical Advice Services Bureau no longer exists.


Please advise the consumer that if it was a Registered Nurse who gave the advice, then they may file a complaint with the Board of Registered Nursing, or if it was a physician, they can file a complaint with the Medical Board, etc. Whatever Board the person giving the advice is licensed by is where they should file a complaint.



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