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Review of the Florida Health FAcility Authority, chapter 154, part V, Florida statutes
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Bureau of Health Facility Regulation Mahan Drive MS #30 Tallahassee, FL Florida Relay Service (TDD): () Phone: () Fax: () Email: [email protected] To file a complaint against an adult day care center please call: For complaints concerning Medicaid please call: authorized by Chapter , Florida Statutes, and Chapter 59G, Florida Administrative Code, F.A.C. The federal regulations, Florida Statutes, and the Florida Administrative Code that deal with the purpose, implementation and administration of each Medicaid service are referenced in that service’s Coverage and Limitations
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