Clinical Laboratories

URGENT: Medical Device Recall
Alere INRatio PT/INR Professional Test Strips (PN 99008G2)
Please view the Recall Notice [830KB, PDF] for important information


Carlton Enfinger
Manager, Laboratory Licensure Unit

Bureau of Health Facility Regulation
2727 Mahan Drive - Mail Stop #32
Tallahassee, FL 32308
(850) 412-4500
(850) 410-1511 Fax

*If you are seeking information about professional licenses, please visit the Department of Health's web site at: http://floridasclinicallabs.gov/.

All facilities, including physician offices, performing any clinical laboratory testing, are required to obtain a federal Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendment (CLIA) certificate. Facilities performing any non-waived clinical laboratory testing or testing using a microscope must also obtain a state clinical laboratory license before the laboratory is authorized to perform testing. Tests performed using a microscope are not waived. To determine whether a test is waived, see the List of Waived Tests at the federal web site: http://www.cms.hhs.gov/CLIA/10_Categorization_of_Tests.asp, which provides CLIA categorizations.

All applications for State of Florida licensure must be submitted with appropriate fees. State Agencies submitting applications are asked to follow journal transfer procedures.

Although CLIA, CMS116 forms are a part of laboratory applications and are submitted to the state, the CLIA program separately bills the laboratory for payment. CLIA fees should never be sent to the State of Florida.

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