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Looten, Jaime, LPN

Consent agreement

Oct 28, 2021

​October 28, 2021, a panel of the Inquiry Committee approved a Consent Agreement between BCCNM and Jaime Looten, LPN of Ladysmith, B.C., to address practice issues that occurred between 2017 and 2021 related to his nursing practice as an LPN running a licensed facility of which he was also the Licensee. The concerns giving rise to the complaint relate but are not limited to:

  • Not ensuring staff had their CPR training updated.
  • Not ensuring that there was always sufficient care supplies in agency for persons in care.
  • Not ensuring that food was always stocked.
  • Not ensuring that medical intervention was provided for two persons in care resulting in hospital admissions.
  • Not ensuring that Covid-19 protocols were followed.
  • Not adequately responding to Community Care Licencing Program or the regulator during the investigation including not providing required records until after the matter was considered by the Inquiry Committee.

The Registrant has voluntarily agreed to terms equivalent to limits on their practice, including:​


An eighteen-month suspension.


Limits that they not (for up to five years):

  • Work any position where he would be the sole nurse on duty or act as the nurse in charge.
  • Work any shift other than a day shift.
  • Work in any clinical setting that would not be considered a group setting.​
  • Work overtime.
  • Work more than one nursing position at the same time.
  • Work in any position that would be considered autonomous practice.

The Inquiry Committee is satisfied that the terms will protect the public.