Aurora anesthesiologist assistant agrees to Interim Cessation of Practice in Colorado

DENVER (April 20, 2016) –  On April 19, 2016, Aurora anesthesiologist assistant Christine Glennon agreed to an interim cessation of practice meaning she may not practice in Colorado.

According to the agreement, the Colorado Medical Board reviewed information on April 14, 2016 that Ms. Glennon diverted ketamine, a controlled substance used for anesthesia, from her workplace “on approximately four different occasions.”  Ms. Gellon denies the allegations.  The Interim Cessation of Practice was agreed upon by the Board in lieu of a summary suspension and “pending further evaluation and investigation of Respondent [Glennon] to determine if further actions, if any, are warranted.”

The Division of Professions and Occupations, part of the Department of Regulatory Agencies (DORA), encourages consumers to verify a license and check for discipline before seselecting an anesthesiologist assistan. If you suspect wrongdoing, consider filing a complaint with DORA. Visit askDORA.colorado.gov and click on “File a Complaint.”
 
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