| (6) If a licensee makes a timely application for renewal
of a license, and action to revoke, suspend, place on probation, or
deny renewal of the license is pending, the license does not expire
but does extend until the application for renewal is granted or denied
after the opportunity for a formal hearing. A renewal license shall
not be issued unless the commission has determined the reason for
the proposed action no longer exists.
(7) If a suspension of a license overlaps a renewal
date, the suspended license holder shall comply with the renewal procedures
in this subsection; however, the commission may not renew the license
until the commission determines that the reason for suspension no
(8) If the commission revokes or does not renew a license,
a person may apply for an initial license by complying with the requirements
of the Act and this chapter at the time of reapplication. The commission
may refuse to issue a license, if the reason for revocation or non-renewal
continues to exist.
(9) Upon revocation or non-renewal, a license holder
shall return the original license to the commission.
(10) The procedures for revocation, suspension, probation,
or denial of a license shall be in accordance with §139.32 of
(e) Failure to timely renew a license.
(1) If a licensee fails to timely renew a license in
accordance with subsection (d) of this section, the commission shall
notify the licensee that the facility shall cease operation on the
expiration date of the license.
(2) To continue providing services at the abortion
facility after the expiration of the license, the owner shall apply
for an initial license in accordance with subsection (c) of this section.
(f) Frequency of inspections. Inspections of the abortion
facility shall be performed at a frequency prescribed by and in accordance
with §139.31 of this title.