Profile: Lacambra, Sarah E.
This data was last updated in December 2009. Statuses may have since changed. Check the California's Board of Registered Nursing license database for the most current license statuses.
Current status: Probation (read board documents)
A nurse is allowed to practice as an RN with a restricted license under conditions of probation. While on probation, the RN is monitored by the Board.
This table shows the actions taken against this nurse, as well as the allegations included in the formal accusations filed by the board.
Days elapsed is a Los Angeles Times and ProPublica calculation referring to the amount of time that passed between the board's first public accusation against the nurse and the imposition of discipline.
|Accusation Date||Decision Date||Days Elapsed||Discipline||Allegations|
|Feb. 22, 2007||Dec. 17, 2007||298||Probation||Criminal conviction(s), in diversion program, and on-the-job misconduct|
| This nurse was labeled a threat to public safety.
That means the board's diversion program for impaired nurses determined that the nurse's violations in the program were serious and warranted dismissal and a referral for swift investigation.
To the right is the number of days it took the board to file an accusation (Feb. 22, 2007) against the nurse after he/she was labeled a public risk on Apr. 4, 2006.
Data last updated Dec. 26, 2009
The following entry on Lacambra, Sarah E. is as it appeared on the Board of Registered Nursing's Web site. In some cases, the dates included in the board's log do not correspond with dates included in its official documents. In such cases, the Times and ProPublica used dates in those documents. The board's site at times omits some dates in a nurse's disciplinary history; those dates have been added above.