Notice: Providers who use the Employee Misconduct Registry (EMR) are being asked to immediately redo all EMR searches conducted from June 9, 2017, through July 27, 2017, to verify the employability of individuals they have hired. While the system is now fully updated, a delay in uploading names to the Employability Status Check Search means any EMR searches conducted during this two-month period could be invalid. Please see Provider Letter 17-23 titled Providers Are Required To Redo Employee Misconduct Registry (EMR) Searches Conducted From June 9, 2017, through July 27, 2017 for additional information.
This search will return consolidated results from DADS' Nurse Aide Registry, Medication Aide Registry and Employee Misconduct Registry. Results will include subject's status on the individual registries and determination if this status makes the subject unemployable in a regulated facility/agency. Results will not include information regarding criminal convictions. Information regarding criminal convictions may be obtained from the Texas Department of Public Safety.
A person is unemployable in a DADS-regulated facility or agency if he or she: