Follow @AHCAFL on Twitter for up-to-the-minute Agency for Health Care Administration updates.
For more updates on Hurricane Ian, follow @FLSERT on Twitter and Facebook and visit Florida Disaster.
Governor Ron DeSantis has activated the Florida Disaster Fund to support individuals who are impacted by Hurricane Ian. The Florida Disaster Fund helps provide financial support to Florida’s communities in times of disaster. To make a contribution, please visit www.FloridaDisasterFund.org or text DISASTER to 20222 to make donation.
The Agency requires all licensees providing residential or inpatient services to use the Health Facility Reporting System (HFRS) to report its emergency status, planning or operations.
This dashboard, allows families and caregivers to research which nursing homes and ALFs in Florida comply with the emergency power rules.
Information about generator status, onsite visits by Agency surveyors and an interactive map enabling users to view data by county, facility type and status of compliance can be found on the dashboard and its corresponding report page.
This dashboard allows the public to view open relief sites and their details.
Agency Consumer Information Hotline: 1-888-419-3456
Notify the Agency for Health Care Administration regarding evacuations and other issues you encounter during and after the storm by using the HFRS system. If you have difficulty or need to reach Agency staff, please contact the licensure units for assistance as noted below.
Phone: (850) 412-4304
Phone: (850) 412-4500
Phone: (850) 412-4549
Phone: (850) 412-4303
For up-to-date shelter information, please visit the Florida State Emergency Response Team site at Florida Disasters Shelters.
Hurricanes, tornadoes, and flooding are just a few of the many hazards Floridians are subject to - don't wait until disaster strikes, develop a family plan today! To get started, visit Get A Family Plan.
Visit the National Hurricane Center for up-to-date storm information.