2018 Florida Statutes
PUBLIC HEALTH: GENERAL PROVISIONS
Public health system.
Duties and powers of the Department of Health.
County and municipal regulations and ordinances.
Application for and acceptance of gifts or grants.
Disposition of equipment and material; transfers to county health departments.
Grant of title to prescriptive medical personal property to client.
Client welfare accounts.
Sharing confidential or exempt information.
Communicable disease and AIDS prevention and control.
Epidemiological research; report of diseases of public health significance to department.
Public health advisories; public health emergencies; isolation and quarantines.
Requirement for instruction on HIV and AIDS.
Educational course on HIV and AIDS; employees and clients of certain health care facilities.
Education; sterile needle and syringe exchange pilot program.
Oversight of AIDS education programs.
Donation and transfer of human tissue; testing requirements.
Patient care for persons with HIV infection.
Blood Donor Protection Act; blood and blood component donors; confidentiality.
Targeted outreach for pregnant women.
Statewide HIV and AIDS prevention campaign.
Primary and preventive health services.
Comprehensive nutrition program.
Confidentiality and quality assurance activities.
School health services program.
Funding for school health services.
Background screening requirements for school health services personnel.
Department of Health; National Environmental Laboratory accreditation; application.
Public school volunteer health care practitioner program.
Supervision; private and certain public water systems.
Drinking water funds.
Continuing education courses for persons installing or servicing septic tanks.
Onsite sewage treatment and disposal systems; regulation.
Periodic evaluation and assessment of onsite sewage treatment and disposal systems.
Connection of existing onsite sewage treatment and disposal systems to central sewerage system; requirements.
Onsite sewage treatment and disposal systems; fees.
Corrective orders; private and certain public water systems and onsite sewage treatment and disposal systems.
Technical review and advisory panel.
Food service protection.
Regulation of body-piercing salons.
Definitions of terms used in ss. 381.00771-381.00791.
Application of ss. 381.00771-381.00791; exemption.
Tattoo artists; licensure; registration of guest tattoo artists.
Tattoo establishments; licensure; temporary establishments.
Grounds for discipline; administrative penalties.
Tattooing prohibited; penalty.
Local laws and ordinances.
Definitions of terms used in ss. 381.008-381.00897.
Permit required to operate a migrant labor camp or residential migrant housing; penalties for unlawful establishment or operation; allocation of proceeds.
Application for permit to operate migrant labor camp or residential migrant housing.
Permit for migrant labor camp or residential migrant housing.
Application fees for migrant labor camps and residential migrant housing.
Revocation of permit to operate migrant labor camp or residential migrant housing.
Rules; variances; penalties.
Right of entry.
Complaints by aggrieved parties.
Prohibited acts; application.
Access to migrant labor camps and residential migrant housing.
Toilets required by department regulations; charge for use of prohibited.
Environmental health professionals.
Technical and support services.
Emergency medical services.
Florida Patient’s Bill of Rights and Responsibilities.
Summary of patient’s bill of rights; distribution; penalty.
Adverse medical incidents.
Special needs shelters.
Area health education center network.
Office of Rural Health.
Rural health networks.
Rural health network cooperative agreements.
Self-derived and directed-donor blood programs.
Public Cord Blood Tissue Bank.
Umbilical cord blood awareness.
Physician workforce assessment and development.
Short title; Closing the Gap Act.
Reducing Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities: Closing the Gap grant program; administration; department duties.
Project requirements; review criteria.
Local matching funds; grant awards.
Short title; Charlie Mack Overstreet Brain or Spinal Cord Injuries Act.
Establishment and maintenance of a central registry.
Definitions; ss. 381.739-381.79.
Duties and responsibilities of the department.
Benefits not assignable.
Eligibility for the brain and spinal cord injury program.
Retention of title to and disposal of equipment.
Applicant and recipient records; confidential and privileged.
Advisory council on brain and spinal cord injuries.
Recovery of third-party payments for funded services.
Brain and Spinal Cord Injury Program Trust Fund.
Ed and Ethel Moore Alzheimer’s Disease Research Program.
Trade secrets; confidentiality.
Comprehensive Statewide Tobacco Education and Use Prevention Program.
Florida Center for Brain Tumor Research.
Florida Center for Brain Tumor Research; public records exemption.
Institutional Review Board.
Emergency allergy treatment.
Epinephrine auto-injectors; emergency administration.
Emergency treatment for suspected opioid overdose.
Regulation of tanning facilities.
Standards for compressed air used for recreational diving.
Jessie Trice Cancer Prevention Program.
Prostate Cancer Awareness Program.
Florida Consortium of National Cancer Institute Centers Program.
William G. “Bill” Bankhead, Jr., and David Coley Cancer Research Program.
Exemptions from public records and public meetings requirements; peer review panels.
Cancer Center of Excellence Award.
Breast and cervical cancer early detection program.
Annual report on Medicaid expenditures.
Gynecologic and ovarian cancer education and awareness.
Breast cancer early detection and treatment referral program.
Medical facility information maintained for terrorism response purposes; confidentiality.
Pregnancy support and wellness services.
The Florida Public Health Institute, Inc.; establishment; purpose; mission; duties; board of directors.
Health awareness campaigns.
Medical use of marijuana.
Public records exemption for personal identifying information relating to medical marijuana held by the department.
Medical marijuana testing laboratories; marijuana tests conducted by a certified laboratory.
Public education campaigns.