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Florida Department of Health Issues Suspension and Restriction Orders

By Office of Communications

January 05, 2018

Florida Department of Health Issues Suspension and Restriction Orders 

Communications Office
(850) 245-4111

Tallahassee, Fla. — The Florida Department of Health issued 10 Emergency Suspension Orders (ESOs) and Emergency Restriction Orders (EROs) during December for serious violations, which can include the commission of crimes, violations of standards of care, drug use, impairment, drug diversion, sexual misconduct or student loan defaults.

  • Michelle Renae Green, Pharmacist, West Palm Beach
  • Kyle F. Hebert, Registered Nurse, Titusville
  • Tracy Dee Lane, Registered Nurse, Brooksville
  • Nancie Laventure, Certified Nursing Assistant, Gainesville
  • William J. Litsch, Paramedic, Port Orange
  • Jeremiah Joseph Lykowski, Registered Nurse, Seminole
  • Anthony Vincent Powell, Licensed Practical Nurse, Pinellas Park
  • Rassan Mohammad Tarabein, Medical Doctor, Fairhope, AL
  • Carmen Michelle Walker, Certified Nursing Assistant, Hawthorne
  • Kyceem Wilson, Certified Nursing Assistant, Jacksonville

ESO/EROs are not considered final agency action. The individual is entitled to a hearing before final action is taken by a regulatory board or by the department.

To view the most recent ESOs, EROs, Final Orders and Administrative Complaints please visit

For other information on Medical Quality Assurance, including information about enforcement terms or definitions, boards and councils, or the health care practitioner licensing process, visit

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