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If you are a licensed professional regulated by the Florida Department of Health, this page will offer you information specific to your professional license. Please select your specific license below to understand your individual reporting requirements.

The following medical professions have a duty to report in writing within 30 days after the licensee has been convicted or found guilty of, or entered a plea of nolo contendere to, regardless of adjudication, a crime in any jurisdiction.  Florida Statute 456.072:

  • 911 Public Safety Telecommunicator

  • Acupuncture

  • Advanced Register Nurse Practitioner

  • Anesthesiologist Assistant

  • Athletic Trainer

  • Audiologist

  • Emergency Allergy Treatment

  • Body Piercer/Operator

  • Certified Chiropractic Physician Assistant

  • Certified Environmental Professional

  • Certified Master Social Work

  • Certified Nurse Specialist

  • Certified Nursing Assistant

  • Certified Podiatric X-Ray Assistant

  • Certified Respiratory Therapist

  • Chiropractic Physician

  • Clinical Laboratory Personnel Clinical Social Worker

  • Dental Hygienist

  • Dentist

  • Dietitian/Nutritionist

  • Electrologist

  • Emergency Medical Technician

  • Hearing Aid Specialist

  • Licensed Practical Nurse

  • Marriage and Family Therapist

  • Massage Therapist

  • Medical Doctor

  • Medical Physicist

  • Mental Health Counselor

  • Midwifery

  • Nursing Home Administrator

  • Occupational Therapist

  • Occupational Therapy Assistant

  • Optician

  • Optometrist

  • Orthotic Fitter

  • Orthotic Fitter Assistant

  • Orthotist

  • Osteopathic Physician

  • Paramedic

  • Pedorthist

  • Pharmacist

  • Pharmacy Technician

  • Physical Therapist

  • Physical Therapist Assistant

  • Physician Assistant

  • Podiatric Physician

  • Prosthetist

  • Psychologist

  • Radiologic Technologist

  • Registered Chiropractic Assistant

  • Registered Nurse

  • Registered Respiratory Therapist

  • School Psychologist

  • Septic Tank Contractor

  • Speech-Language Pathologist

How you report this information to the Board is essential to protecting your license. Many criminal offenses are not of a nature that would justify discipline against your license. If you would like help with preparing your self-report of a criminal offense, contact Delegal Law Offices, P.A. today by calling (904) 633-5000 or visiting   

Click here to learn about the importance of retaining an experience attorney to assist you in reporting your criminal conviction or offense to the State of Florida licensing board.

The information contained on this website does not constitute legal advice. Any communications with Delegal Law Offices, P.A. via email, telephone, facsimile, or other communications does not create any attorney-client relationships with Delegal Law Offices, P.A., and therefore are not privileged or confidential.

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