Gov. Scott Declares State of Emergency to Prepare Florida for Hurricane Irma

Posted in Latest News on September 13, 2017.

Due to impacts from Hurricane Irma, Governor Rick Scott issued a state of emergency in every county in the State of Florida. Please see Executive Order 17-235, Emergency Order DEM 17-0002 and Emergency Order DEM 17-0003 for more information.

The Florida Department of Health, in accordance with Executive Order 17‐235 has therefore extended license expiration deadlines for pharmacists and radiologic technologist licensees whose license expires at midnight on September 30, 2017.  The new licensure expiration date is midnight on October 30, 2017.  Unless another extension is granted, any active license not renewed before this time will go into a delinquent status.  Please continue to check for updated licensure expiration date information.  



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