TITLE 77: PUBLIC HEALTH
CHAPTER I: DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH
SUBCHAPTER c: LONG-TERM CARE FACILITIES
PART 300 SKILLED NURSING AND INTERMEDIATE CARE FACILITIES CODE
SECTION 300.180 REVOCATION OF LICENSE
Section 300.180 Revocation of License
a) The license of a facility shall be revoked when the Director or his or her designee finds that a condition, occurrence or situation in the facility meets any of the criteria specified in Section 300.165(b) and in Section 3-119(a) of the Act. In addition, the license of a facility will be revoked when the facility fails to abate or eliminate a level A violation as provided in Section 300.282(b) or when the facility has committed 2 Type "AA" violations within a 2-year period. (Section 3-119(a)(6) of the Act) Pursuant to Section 10-65 of the Illinois Administrative Procedure Act, licensees who are individuals are subject to revocation of licensure if the individual is more than 30 days delinquent in complying with a child support order.
b) When the Director or his or her designee determines that the license of a facility is to be revoked, the Department shall notify the facility. The notice to the facility shall be in writing and shall include:
1) A clear and concise statement of the basis of the revocation. The statement shall include a citation to the provisions of the Act and this Part on which the license is being revoked.
2) A statement of the date on which the revocation will take effect as provided in subsection (c) of this Section and Section 3-119(d) of the Act.
3) Notice of the opportunity for a hearing under Section 3-703 of the Act. (Section 3-119(b) of the Act)
c) The effective date of the revocation of a license shall be as provided in Section 3-119(d) of the Act.
d) The Department may extend the effective date of license revocation when it finds that such extension is necessary to permit orderly removal and relocation of residents. (Section 3-119(d)(3) of the Act)
(Source: Amended at 35 Ill. Reg. 11419, effective June 29, 2011)