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Title XXIX
PUBLIC HEALTH
Chapter 408
HEALTH CARE ADMINISTRATION
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F.S. 408.802
408.802 Applicability.The provisions of this part apply to the provision of services that require licensure as defined in this part and to the following entities licensed, registered, or certified by the agency, as described in chapters 112, 383, 390, 394, 395, 400, 429, 440, 483, and 765:
(1) Laboratories authorized to perform testing under the Drug-Free Workplace Act, as provided under ss. 112.0455 and 440.102.
(2) Birth centers, as provided under chapter 383.
(3) Abortion clinics, as provided under chapter 390.
(4) Crisis stabilization units, as provided under parts I and IV of chapter 394.
(5) Short-term residential treatment facilities, as provided under parts I and IV of chapter 394.
(6) Residential treatment facilities, as provided under part IV of chapter 394.
(7) Residential treatment centers for children and adolescents, as provided under part IV of chapter 394.
(8) Hospitals, as provided under part I of chapter 395.
(9) Ambulatory surgical centers, as provided under part I of chapter 395.
(10) Mobile surgical facilities, as provided under part I of chapter 395.
(11) Health care risk managers, as provided under part I of chapter 395.
(12) Nursing homes, as provided under part II of chapter 400.
(13) Assisted living facilities, as provided under part I of chapter 429.
(14) Home health agencies, as provided under part III of chapter 400.
(15) Nurse registries, as provided under part III of chapter 400.
(16) Companion services or homemaker services providers, as provided under part III of chapter 400.
(17) Adult day care centers, as provided under part III of chapter 429.
(18) Hospices, as provided under part IV of chapter 400.
1(19) Adult family-care homes, as provided under part II of chapter 429.
(20) Homes for special services, as provided under part V of chapter 400.
(21) Transitional living facilities, as provided under part XI of chapter 400.
(22) Prescribed pediatric extended care centers, as provided under part VI of chapter 400.
(23) Home medical equipment providers, as provided under part VII of chapter 400.
(24) Intermediate care facilities for persons with developmental disabilities, as provided under part VIII of chapter 400.
(25) Health care services pools, as provided under part IX of chapter 400.
(26) Health care clinics, as provided under part X of chapter 400.
(27) Clinical laboratories, as provided under part I of chapter 483.
(28) Multiphasic health testing centers, as provided under part II of chapter 483.
1(29) Organ, tissue, and eye procurement organizations, as provided under part V of chapter 765.
History.s. 5, ch. 2006-192; s. 89, ch. 2007-5; s. 132, ch. 2007-230; s. 19, ch. 2009-218; s. 23, ch. 2012-160; s. 9, ch. 2015-25.
1Note.Section 11, ch. 2006-192, provides that “[a]ll provisions that apply to the entities specified in s. 408.802, Florida Statutes, as created by this act, in effect on October 1, 2006, that provide for annual licensure fees are hereby adjusted to provide for biennial licensure fees with a corresponding doubling of the amount.”