JILL KIMBERLY SALATA
License Number: RN9341297
Primary Practice Address
This practitioner does NOT participate in the Medicaid program.
Please contact at: email@example.com
Other State Licenses
This practitioner has indicated the following additional state licensure:
This practitioner holds the following certifications from specialty boards recognized by the Florida board which regulates the profession for which he/she is licensed:
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I have obtained and will maintain Professional liability coverage of at least $100,000 per claim with a minimum annual aggregate of at least $300,000 from an authorized insurer under Section 624.09, F.S., a surplus lines insurer under Section 626.914(2), F.S., a joint underwriting association under Section 627.351(4), F.S., a self-insurance plan under Section 627.357, F.S., or a risk retention group under Section 627.942, F.S.
- ARNP Protocol Documents
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Section 464.012(3), Florida Statutes was amended in the 2017 Legislative Session requiring that an established protocol be maintained at certain locations.
This section removed the requirement that the Board of Nursing reviews or maintains protocols at the department. Instead, established protocols must be maintained on site at the location(s) at which an advanced registered nurse practitioner practices, as well as any updates to protocols.
In the case of multiple supervising physicians in the same group, an advanced registered nurse practitioner must enter into a supervisory protocol with at least one physician within the physician group practice.
Content provided on the ARNP Protocols tab will no longer be updated, as of June 23, 2017. Here is a link to the law change: https://www.flsenate.gov/Session/Bill/2017/543/BillText/er/PDF , see pages 6-7.
If you have further questions, please contact the Florida Board of Nursing at (850) 245-4125. The Board's website address for additional information is: floridasnursing.gov