Florida

Hospitals: The Florida Department of State mandates that public hospitals keep records for seven (7) years after the final entry into the patient’s records.  

Physicians: Florida administrative codes require private practices keep patient records for five (5) years after final patient contact.

FLA. ADMIN. CODE ANN. r. 64B8-10.002
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