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(225 ILCS 64/55)
(Section scheduled to be repealed on January 1, 2027)
Expiration; renewal of licensure.
The expiration date and renewal period for each license issued under this Act shall be set by rule. The holder of a license may renew the license during the month preceding the expiration date of the license by paying the required fee. It is the responsibility of the licensee to notify the Department in writing of a change of address required for the renewal of a license under this Act.
The Department may adopt rules for continuing education for licensed certified professional midwives licensed under this Act that require 20 hours of continuing education per 2-year license renewal cycle. The rules shall address variances in part or in whole for good cause, including without limitation, illness or hardship. The rules must ensure that licensees are given the opportunity to participate in programs sponsored by or through their State or national professional associations, hospitals, or other providers of continuing education. Each licensee is responsible for maintaining records of completion of continuing education and shall be prepared to produce the records when requested by the Department.
Any licensed certified professional midwife who has permitted his or her license to expire or who has had his or her license on inactive status may have the license restored by applying to the Department and filing proof acceptable to the Department of his or her fitness to have the license restored, and by paying the required fees. Proof of fitness may include sworn evidence certifying to active lawful practice in another jurisdiction.
If the licensed certified professional midwife has not maintained an active practice in another jurisdiction satisfactory to the Department, the Department shall determine, by an evaluation program established by rule, his or her fitness for restoration of the license and shall establish procedures and requirements for such restoration.
However, any licensed certified professional midwife whose license expired while he or she was (1) in federal or State service on active duty, or (2) in training or education under the supervision of the United States preliminary to induction into the military service, may have the license restored without paying any lapsed renewal fees if, within 2 years after termination of such service, training, or education, he or she furnishes the Department with satisfactory evidence to the effect that he or she has been so engaged and that his or her service, training, or education has been terminated.
(Source: P.A. 102-683, eff. 10-1-22; 102-963, eff. 5-27-22