Georgia Woman Accused of Impersonating a Nurse

A former clerk at the Dougherty County Health Department allegedly examined patients, prescribed medication.
3:00 | 12/17/13

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There's a house -- got an Albany Georgia all thanks to the actions of an overly eager employee 47 year old Robyn Jones saw patients took samples even. Prescribe some medicine that's the problem is she's on a nurse she's a receptionist. We want the public. To -- -- -- that if they in fact were seen. Or treated or given any recommendations. Back. Robin Jones. Debt. That is not to be trusted. Jones is now being charged with forgery and prescribing dangerous drugs. She says she did it because the clinic was overcrowded and she -- -- help out -- so traffic how many patients Jones might have seen.

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