|(a) Section 162.001(c), non-profit health organizations. Migrant, community, or homeless health centers organized and operated under the authority of and in compliance with 42 U.S.C. §254b or §254c, or federally qualified health centers under 42 U.S.C. §1396(d)(1)(2)(B), that are non-profit corporations under Bus. Org. Code, Chapter 22, and the Internal Revenue Code, §501(c)(3), and who wish to obtain approval and certification to contract with and employ physicians pursuant to the Medical Practice Act, §162.001(c), Texas Occupations Code Annotated, Title 3 Subtitle B, may do so by submitting an application on a form approved by the board to the permits department of the board with the following attached documentation: (1) a copy of the certificate of incorporation under the Texas Non-Profit Corporation Act; (2) a copy of documentation verifying that a determination has been made that the organization is tax exempt under the Internal Revenue Code pursuant to §501(c)(3); and, (3) a copy of documentation verifying that the organization is organized and operated as a migrant, community, or homeless health center under the authority of and in compliance with 42 U.S.C. §254b or §254c, or is a federally qualified health center under 42 U.S.C. §1396(d)(1)(2)(B). (b) Initial Fee Payment. A fee in the amount and form specified by board rules. (c) Biennial reports. Each organization approved and certified under the Act, §162.001(c), shall file with the board a completed biennial report on a board-approved form that contains updated and current information which would otherwise be required for initial approval and certification to contract with and employ physicians. The biennial report shall be submitted in September of each odd numbered year if certified in an odd numbered year, and in September of each even numbered year if certified in an even numbered year. Failure to timely submit a required biennial report shall be grounds for denial of recertification to contract with and employ physicians pursuant to §177.10(e) of this chapter (relating to Review of Applications and Reports). (d) Biennial Fee Payment. There is no biennial fee for health organizations certified pursuant to §162.001(c) of the Act.