Flint Woman is Charged With Operating Three Michigan Clinics as a Registered Nurse Without a License

Authorities say that a Flint woman worked as a nurse at three Oakland County facilities without a license, and as a result, she faces charges.

The Michigan Attorney General’s office has filed 30 counts of illegal practice of a health profession and three counts of identity theft against 52-year-old Cassandra Alvera Gilleylen.

Gilleylen was given a $75,000 personal recognizance bond after being charged in 52-2 District Court. Authorities were looking into a claim that Gilleylen was practicing registered nursing without a license.

The inquiry found that between September 24, 2023, and March 5, 2024, she worked at Mission Point of Clarkston, Mission Point of Holly, and Wellbridge of Clarkston with a different last name.

She allegedly lacked the necessary educational background and certification as well.

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“Licenses to practice as a health care professional exist primarily to protect people from harm,” Attorney General Dana Nessel stated. “Schemes to avoid licensing requirements are dangerous, and my department takes them very seriously.”

June 4 is set aside for a probable cause hearing, and June 11 is set aside for the preliminary exam.


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