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Holly M. Whyde "Director of Nursing" at Kindred of Columbus for 2 years and management KNEW about it!

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image Holly M. Whyde, 45, used the professional identity of another person to gain employment as a registered nurse.

This lady was the director of nursing at kindred in columbus for almost two years...they are trying to keep it hush hush...I worked there almost a year...and was there when she was fired for no license...please spread the word so family members know what kind of facility it is...please dont mention my name. thanks

The Columbus Police posted 

"Columbus Detective Arrests Nurse Impersonator

A Columbus woman was arrested earlier this morning after law enforcement determined that she had been posing as a registered nurse at a number of assisted living facilities and home caregiving businesses in south-central Indiana.

In December 2015, Columbus Police Department Detective Chris Couch received a tip involving the identity deception of a registered nurse who lived in the northern Indiana. During the course of the investigation, Detective Couch determined that Holly M. Whyde, 45, used the professional identity of another person to gain employment as a registered nurse.

During the two month investigation Couch discovered that Whyde gained employment as a registered nurse over a four year period at several Indiana health care businesses including two in Columbus. Couch learned that Whyde worked primarily in an administrative role. However, she had provided some patient care. Whyde had also worked as a licensed practical nurse, however, law enforcement could not confirm that she had been licensed to do so. 

Whyde was taken into custody during a warrant service at approximately 7:30 a.m. this morning at a residence on Osage Court on Columbus’ west side. The FBI, Indiana Attorney General's Office and the Office of the Inspector General, U.S. Health and Human Services assisted with the case. Whyde was later turned over to the U.S. Marshalls Office on the following charges:

Count 1: False statements relating to health care matters in violation of Title 18, United States Code, Section 1035.

Count 2: Aggravated identity theft, in violation of Title 18, United States Code, Section 1028A(a)."


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