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Did You Renew Your Medical Corporation License Before the December 31 Deadline?
Posted on: 1/16/2018

Medical corporations, limited liability companies, and professional service corporations in Illinois are required by law to obtain a license annually from IDFPR. Regardless of the date when the license was issued, corporate licenses expire at the end of each year – December 31.

If a physician does not renew a medical corporation license for his or her entity by the deadline, the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation (IDFPR) may issue a notice of violation to the corporation.*

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Remember, medical corporations must be licensed by IDFPR separately from a physician's individual medical license and controlled substance license(s). 

NEW: IDFPR no longer accepts paper applications for renewing or obtaining a first license for medical corporations.

So if you haven't yet, be sure to renew now on IDFPR's Online Services Portal

If you have questions, contact David Porter at 312-580-2468 or by email.

* The notice of violation provides a period of 30 days from the date of the notice for the corporation to either file an answer to the satisfaction of IDFPR or submit an application for registration, including payment of the $50 application fee and a late fee of $100 for each year that the corporation operates without having been issued a certification of registration, with a maximum late fee of $500. If the corporation that is the subject of the notice of violation fails to respond to the satisfaction of the IDFPR, the Department may institute disciplinary proceedings against the corporation and may impose a civil penalty up to $1,000 after affording the corporation a hearing.



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