Nurse Convicted For Role In Multi-Million Dollar Hospice Health Care Fraud
PHILADELPHIA - A federal jury, yesterday, returned guilty verdicts against Patricia McGill, 68, of Philadelphia, a registered nurse who took part in a multi-million dollar fraud on Medicare that involved hospice care. The jury found McGill guilty of four counts of health care fraud. The jury acquitted the defendant of a conspiracy charge and nine counts of health care fraud. U.S. District Court Judge Eduardo C. Robreno scheduled a sentencing hearing for May 24, 2016. McGill faces a potential advisory sentencing guideline range of 33 to 41 months in prison, a possible fine, and a $400 special assessment.
- Date:February 9, 2016
- Agency:U.S. Attorney
- Criminal and Civil Actions