Board Mourns Tragedy in Orlando, Gives Thanks to Health Care Responders

Posted in Latest News on June 17, 2016.

As we mourn the tragic events that occurred in Orlando over the weekend, the Division of Medical Quality Assurance joins friends and colleagues in Central Florida and across the state to thank the dedicated health care professionals who have so selflessly served during this troubling time.

These individuals answered the call of duty when their community and state needed them the most. We are proud to license the nation’s best and most talented health care work force who serve the people of Florida with dignity and resilience.

Our thoughts and prayers continue to stay with the victims, their families and all those who have been affected.



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