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With the Legislative Session at an end and the passing of HB 607, we currently do not have any legislative "Take Action Steps" we are asking you to take.  We expect there may be some once the new council is formed and the Board of Nursing starts developing the process and requirements for independent practice.  We will update this page once we have more information.

In the meantime, with the Coronavirus pandemic, the the Governor's Office is looking for nurses who might volunteer to help during this crisis if needed. Currently, the need appears to encompass nurses who are able to volunteer to do testing when there is a surge in any geographic location. The Department of Health is ordering equipment and we are told that there would be other experienced healthcare professionals present to train, assist and support you. The current focus areas are Jacksonville, Orlando and Miami. Presently, other areas are under surveillance where there appears to be increased activity. We are looking for anyone who feels they could volunteer. If this is the case, please navigate to this form on the FNA website and fill it in with your information. 


A copy of the official registration and financial information may be obtained from the Division of Consumer Services by calling TOLL-FREE   1-800-HELP-FLA or online at www.FloridaConsumerHelp.com.  Registration does not imply endorsement, approval, or recomendation by the State.  Registration #: CH32573

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.