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State Long-Term Care Ombudsman Council

About the Council

  • Created by section 400.0067, F.S.
  • Among its duties, the State Council assists the State Ombudsman to elicit, receive, respond to and resolve complaints made by or on behalf of residents living in long-term care facilities and assists the ombudsman to discover, investigate, and determine the existence of abuse or neglect in any long-term care facility in the state. It also works to reach a consensus among the local ombudsman councils on issues of statewide concern and acts as an appellate body to resolve any complaints investigated, but not resolved at the local level.
  • The council is composed of one active local council member elected by each local Ombudsman council, plus three at large members appointed by the Governor.

For more information, contact Josh Mcconagahay at 850-414-2323 or email mcconagahayj@elderaffairs.org.

Visit the Florida’s Long-Term Care Ombudman public meeting notices page.

Visit the Florida’s Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program page on this website.

Visit the Florida’s Long-Term Care Ombudsman Program website at Ombudsman.myflorida.com.


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