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State of Florida Medicaid Provider Surety Bond

Who needs a Florida Medicaid Provider Surety Bond?

If you are a Medicaid Provider in the State of Florida, as defined in Florida Statutes 409.901(11), the Agency for Health Care Administration requires that you maintain a $50,000 bond.


Why is the Medicare Surety Bond required?

The bond’s purpose is to ensure all providers follow all relevant statutes and laws in the State of Florida. A surety bond helps ensure proper handling of Medicaid reimbursements.


How do I know this is the bond I need?

If you are a Medicaid provider based in the State of Florida and have been told you need a Medicaid Bond, a Medicaid Surety Bond, or a DMEPOS Surety Bond, you are in the right place.

General Questions
What is a surety bond? 
What is a surety bond?

A surety bond is a three-party agreement among a principal, an obligee, and a surety.

The bond formalizes the principal's obligation to the obligee. The surety guarantees that the principal will fulfill their obligation.