Serving The Healthcare Community of Florida

PRN is one of the two programs designated as the State of Florida's Impaired Practitioners Programs (the other being the Intervention Project for Nurses). As such, PRN and its Medical Director serve as the Consultant to the Department of Health (DOH) and the Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR) on matters relating to practitioner impairment. While working with these agencies, PRN also works closely with the DOH / DBPR Legal Departments in regard to impairment related mitigation factors during disciplinary proceedings.

PRN Mission Statement

The mission of the Professionals Resource Network (PRN) is to protect the health, safety and welfare of the public, while also supporting the health and integrity of Florida's healthcare and other professionals.

 

Advantages of Monitoring

• Protection of public safety

• Improved prognosis for recovery

• Assurance of high quality treatment by experienced providers

• Advocacy with regulatory agencies, employers, insurance plans


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  Please mark you calendars for PRN's Annual CME Conference scheduled for August 25th and 26th, 2018, at The Ritz Carlton Amelia Island. 

 For Conference Registration Information, please contact Heather Thomas at 800-888-8776 extension 214.  Email--heather@flprn.org                            

Keynote Speaker-Dr. Mary Deitch

Dr. Deitch is the owner/operator of Deitch Therapy and Consulting, LLC in Woodlyn, PA., which is an outpatient center for the treatment and assessment of problematic sexual behaviors and boundary violations.  Dr. Deitch specializes in working with probolematic sexual behaviors and she has presented nationally and internationally on the treatment of problematic sexual behaviors.  Dr. Deitch is the former Program Director for the Keystone Center Extended Care Unit and she serves as adjunct faculty at Widener University Institute for Graduate Clinical Psychology.