Information on Ebola Virus Disease

Information on Ebola Virus Disease

Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) is one of the Viral Hemorrhagic Fevers. Infection is caused by one of five identified virus strains and occurs in humans and nonhuman primates such as monkeys, gorillas and chimpanzees.

Enforcement Units

Explore the different units within the Department’s Medical Quality Assurance Division, Bureau of Enforcement, that investigate complaints against licensed practitioners and those who are practicing without a license. Find out about the different types of enforcement actions.

10.14.14 – Florida Department of Health Serves Cease-And-Desist Notices During Operation Jack-O-Lantern

10.14.14 – Florida Department of Health Releases 2013–2014 Year in Review

10.10.14 – Miami-Dade Laboratory Honored with the “Public Health Laboratory Quality Assurance Award”

Video: Enterovirus D68 Frequently Asked Questions

Video: Enterovirus D68 Frequently Asked Questions

10.09.14 – Joint Unlicensed Activity Investigation Leads to Arrest in Orlando

Information on Enterovirus D68

Information on Enterovirus D68

Currently, the United States is experiencing a nationwide outbreak of enterovirus D68 (EV-D68), one of the more than 100 very common, non-polio enteroviruses associated with severe respiratory illness.

10.08.14 – Stephanie Vick Appointed as Administrator for Florida Department of Health in Collier County

10.07.14 – Patient Recovering From Enterovirus D68 Infection in Polk County