Who regulates medical offices in Florida?

The Medical Board of Florida is the state board that regulates medical offices in Florida. It's responsible for licensing medical professionals, investigating complaints, and taking disciplinary action against those who violate the law.

The board has several committees that oversee specific practice areas, such as surgery, anesthesiology, and radiology, and also has a committee on unprofessional conduct that deals with allegations of sexual misconduct, drug abuse, and other unethical behavior.

Published: Oct 5, 2022

Updated: Jun 19, 2023

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