Florida Association of Nurse Practitioners

FLANP is a pro-active group of Nurse Practitioners and health care advocates who are working to improve access to health care for Florida's citizens.

 

Interested in learning more about advocating with us?  Join us for the Annual Advocacy Awareness Webinar Series happening July 30th.  Click here for more information.


REMINDER: Although the Independent Practice Law goes into effect 7/1/2020, APRNs will NOT automatically assume autonomous practice on that date.  There will be an application process which has not yet been made available or been determined by the council and the Board of Nursing. 

 

**APRN's are NOT authorized to sign death certificates until they are Registered for Autonomous APRN practice**

 

Make sure to visit our Independent Practice page and New Laws for 2020 page for full details and updates.

 

NEW to our site: Check out our new Regional Areas and Directors here!!

To join your Region, go to groups in the red "My Profile" box to the right, click on "Regional Area Involvement" and click on the correct Region for you. 

 

 

As of April 30th, CMS has issued an interim final rule that permanently implements Section 3708 of the CARES Act.  Please visit our new pages, Cares Act 2020, and Coronavirus for more information. 

 

 

TOGETHER WE WILL BE VICTORIOUS!

Calendar more

8/10/2020
August Advocacy "Virtual Huddle" - APRN Safety

8/17/2020
August Advocacy "Virtual Huddle" - APRN Outcomes

8/24/2020
August Advocacy "Virtual Huddle" - Autonomous Practice

8/31/2020
August Advocacy "Virtual Huddle" - APRN Economics

Contact Us

  • Florida Association of Nurse Practitioners, Inc.
  • PO Box 602
    Lake Helen, FL 32744
  • 850.363.3627
  • contact@flanp.org

Vision Statement

Florida Association of Nurse Practitioners will be the leading Florida Nurse Practitioner professional organization advocating for patient centered health care. The organization will increase knowledge on healthcare policy pertaining to Nurse Practitioner practice and patient centered health care; and will remove barriers to Nurse Practitioner practice to gain access to quality health care for Floridians.