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(210 ILCS 35/11)
(from Ch. 111 1/2, par. 4191)
Grounds for denial or revocation of a license.
may deny or begin proceedings to revoke a license if the applicant or licensee
has been convicted of a felony or 2 or more misdemeanors involving moral
turpitude, as shown by a certified copy of the court of conviction; if the
Department determines after investigation that such person has not been
sufficiently rehabilitated to warrant the public trust; or upon other satisfactory
evidence that the moral
character of the applicant or licensee is not reputable. In addition, the
Department may deny or begin proceedings to revoke a license at any time
if the licensee:
(1) Submits false information either on Department
licensure forms or during an inspection;
(2) Refuses to allow an inspection to occur;
(3) Violates this Act or rules and regulations
promulgated under this Act;
(4) Violates the rights of its residents;
(5) Fails to submit or implement a plan of correction
within the specified time period; or
(6) Fails to submit a workplace violence prevention
plan in compliance with the Health Care Workplace Violence Prevention Act.
(Source: P.A. 94-347, eff. 7-28-05.)