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  192.2215.  Revocation of license, when — notification of operator. — 1.  The department may revoke a license in any case in which it finds that:

  (1)  The operator failed or refused to comply with class I or II standards, as established by the department pursuant to section 192.2210; or failed or refused to comply with class III standards as established by the department pursuant to section 192.2210, where the aggregate effect of such noncompliances presents either an imminent danger to the health, safety or welfare of any participant or a substantial probability that death or serious physical harm would result;

  (2)  The operator refused to allow representatives of the department to inspect the adult day care program for compliance with standards or denied representatives of the department access to participants and employees necessary to carry out the duties set forth in this chapter and rules promulgated thereunder, except where employees of the adult day care program are in the process of rendering immediate care to a participant of such adult day care program;

  (3)  The operator demonstrated financial incapacity to operate and conduct the adult day care program in accordance with the provisions of sections 192.2200 to 192.2260;

  (4)  The operator or any principals in the operation of the adult day care program have ever been convicted of, or pled guilty or nolo contendere to a felony offense concerning the operation of an adult day care program, long-term health care facility or other health care facility; or

  (5)  The operator or any principals in the operation of the adult day care program are listed on the EDL maintained by the department.

  2.  Upon revocation of a license, the department shall so notify the operator in writing, setting forth the reason and grounds for the revocation.  Notice of such revocation shall be sent either by certified mail, return receipt requested, to the operator at the address of the adult day care program, or served personally upon the operator.  The department shall provide the operator notice of such revocation at least ten calendar days prior to its effective date.

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(L. 2014 S.B. 567 § 660.405)


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