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How Do I Request Public Records?
Posted by Arsenio Taylor, Last modified by Arsenio Taylor on Jul 08 2015 01:34 PM

Florida is proud to lead the nation in providing public access to government meetings and records. The public has the right to know how our department is representing their interests by requesting public information.

 Additional information that assists us in responding includes but is not limited to: 

  1. The name of the person or entity about which you are requesting information. Please note that the Department of Health can only respond with public records that involve the Department of Health.  (See the Department of Health homepage for details.)
  2. The address of the person or entity. And, the type of practice/entity (for example a medical doctor)
  3. A clearly stated time period for which you are requesting records and the specific type of records you are requesting (for example the final order imposing discipline)
  4. Other information that you have that you feel would help us identify the documents you are seeking.


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