Jan Allison Knoxville TN, Local Nurse died after an assault by a patient

RIP: Jan Allison passed away suddenly after an assault by a patient. Learn more about Jan Allison obituary and death

Jan Allison Death – Local Knoxville nurse, Jan Allison has passed away suddenly. She was confirmed dead on Sunday, October 29, 2023. According to reports reaching the public at this time, she died after a patient assaulted her. She will always be missed by all those who had the privilege of meeting her during the course of her well lived life.

Since the news of her death surfaced, many have not hesitated to share their heartfelt condolences with the family of Jan Allison, also paying tribute to her in recently released statement. Everyone is urged to keep the whole family of Jan Allison in their thoughts and prayers as they navigate through this sad and difficult time.

Who was Jan Allison?

Jan was planning to retire in a few short years. The facility (East Tennessee Behavior Health center), Acadia  healthcare (corporate company), and Covenant health (hospital system) are doing their best to keep it quiet. Her family would greatly appreciate a show of support at her memorial.

Jan Allison was a native of Knoxville, Tennessee where she spent a good part of her early life before moving to Loudon, Tennessee where she lived until the time of her death. She was married to her loving husband, Richard Lyday who is in need of all the love and support at this time.

Read the following statement by Mallory Batton addressing the issue:

“Us nurses need to stand up to workplace violence! This is not ok, I got fired for advocating for myself and refusing to not work with a co-worker that had my back. I’m ready to leave the profession. I pray for Jan and her family! Accountability needs to happen!”

Jan Allison obituary and funeral arrangements will be released by her family

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