New Hudson Nurse Loses License

Contact: T.J. Bucholz (517) 241-2112
Agency: Community Health

April 26, 2006

The Michigan Department of Community Health (MDCH) has summarily suspended the registered nurse license of Timothy Wayne Neff, R.N., based on his felony convictions in Oakland County.

On December 12, 2005, Neff was convicted of one felony count of Larceny in a Building and one felony count of Possession of Financial Transaction Device. As a result, Neff was sentenced to 56 days in jail, ordered to pay costs, restitution, and fees totaling $6,356, and was placed on probation for two years with terms.

On December 12, 2005, Neff was convicted of one felony count of Uttering and Publishing. As a result, Neff was sentenced to 56 days in jail, ordered to pay costs, restitution, and fees totaling $6,356, and placed on probation for two years with terms. Neff’s sentence runs concurrent with the previously described case.

On January 9, 2006, Neff was convicted of two felony counts of Financial Transaction Device-Stealing/Retaining without Consent. As a result, Neff was sentenced to 29 days in jail, ordered to pay cots, restitution, and fees totaling $10,563, and placed on probation for two years with terms.

On April 13, 2006, MDCH issued an order immediately suspending Neff’s nursing license pursuant to the Public Health Code, which provides for the mandatory summary suspension of a health professional’s license upon the conviction of a felony. An administrative hearing will be scheduled to address the status of Neff’s registered nurse license.

For more information on disciplinary actions taken by the health professional licensing boards within MDCH, please go to http://www.michigan.gov/mdch, and click on Health Systems and Licensing.