Print Page | Sign In
Jason Winn, PA, Attorney at Law
Share |

Jason D. Winn, Esquire, is a 1996 graduate of the University of Maryland and received his Juris Doctorate from Nova Southeastem University - Shepard Broad Law in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida in 2000. Mr. Winn was admitted to the Florida Bar in 2001.

From 2001 until 2004, Mr. Winn worked for the Assistant Public Defender in the Fifth Judicial Circuit where he conducted over 15 jury trials, numerous non-jury trials, and many hearings including, violations of probation, restitution, and early termination motions for defendants in Juvenile, Misdemeanor and Felony Court. Mr. Winn was also an adjunct professor at Lake Sumter Community College teaching Business Law during this time. In 2003, Mr. Winn was appointed by Governor Bush to serve a one-year term on the Judicial Nominating Commission for Judicial Compensation Judges. From 2004-2006 Mr. Winn worked for the law office of Clyde M. Taylor, Jr. focusing on both state and federal criminal defense and parole violation hearings. Beginning in 2005, he opened his own practice, Winn Law, PA, where he is managing partner and continues to focus on administrative, governmental, civil, and legislative consulting.

Mr. Winn currently serves as general counsel for the Florida Osteopathic Medical Association (FOMA), the Florida Podiatric Medical Association (FPMA), the Florida Society of Hearing Healthcare Professionals (FSHHP) and the Gadsden County Sheriffs Office (GCSO). Mr. Winn lectures throughout Florida on the Laws and Rules that affect health care practitioners, including Osteopathic, Allopathic, Podiatric, and various other licensed health care providers.

He is a member of the Florida Bar, Tallahassee Bar, Legal Services of North Florida. As a member of the Tallahassee Bar, Mr. Winn volunteers his legal services to the Wakulla County Senior Citizens Center, and Legal Services of North Florida. Mr. Winn is a devoted husband, and father to three boys. During his downtime, he enjoys hunting, fishing, golfing, and the great outdoors.


Florida Laws and Rules Osteopathic Medicine


This course addresses the mandatory content for Physicians in Florida. Upon completing this course and reviewing the resources, participants should be able to:

  1. Understand the CME requirements for continued Florida licensure
  2. Be aware of any necessary office signage that must be posted
  3. Understanding of applicable laws & rules for licensed osteopathic physicians
  4. Knowledge of the disciplinary process
  5. Learning of rights afforded to physicians in licensure disciplinary cases
  6. Ability to locate applicable statutes and rules through online resources
  7. How to protect their right to practice




Professional Medical Ethics


This course addresses the mandatory content for Physicians in Florida. Upon completing this course and reviewing the resources, participants should be able to:

  1. Fulfill the requirements of the Florida Mandatory CME course on professional medical ethics
  2. Address current ethical issues regarding medical ethics in Florida
  3. Describe the meaning and importance of medical professionalism
  4. Discuss how conflict of interest may compromise professionalism
  5. Identify three significant boundary issues and proper limits in relation to each
  6. Describe two important ethical issues with respect to operating a practice


  1. A. Jonsen, M. Sigler, W. Winslade. Clinical Ethics: A Practical Approach to Ethical Decisions in Clinical Medicine. 7th ed. McGraw Hill pp 51-64 and 174-180.
  2. T. Beachamp, J. Childress. Principles of Biomedical Ethics. 7th. Oxford Press, Chapter 3, pp. 56-81.

2902 North Baltimore Street | P.O. Box 7525 | Kirksville, Missouri 63501

660-665-2184 | 1-800-449-2623 | 660-627-2623

General Terms of Use Policy
The AOCD web site and AOCD apps contain copyrighted material and other proprietary information, which may include, but is not limited to: text, software, photos, video, graphics and audio. It is not permitted to modify, publish, transmit, participate in the transfer or sale, create derivative works, or in any way exploit any of the content, in whole or in part.

The AOCD limits permission for downloading education material for personal use only.