(A) License renewal.
On or before June thirtieth of every even year, persons holding a license to practice respiratory care shall apply for renewal in accordance with section 4761.06 of the Revised Code, complete the prescribed application in the manner determined by the board, submit the renewal fee, and complete the required continuing education in accordance with rule 4761-9-02 of the Administrative Code.
(B) Limited permit renewal.
On or before the expiration date, persons holding a limited permit shall apply for renewal in accordance with section 4761.06 of the Revised Code, complete the prescribed application in the matter determined by the board, and submit the renewal fee.
(C) A license or permit holder who fails to renew in accordance with the schedule established under this rule shall have the license or limited permit placed in expired status.
(D) An expired license may be reinstated or restored, as applicable, in accordance with division (C) of section 4761.06 of the Revised Code. If an applicant fails to complete the reinstatement or restoration application process within six months of application filing, the board may notify the applicant in writing of its intention to consider the application abandoned. If no response to that notice is received by the board within thirty days, the board shall consider the application as abandoned and no further processing shall be undertaken with respect to that application.
(E) A license reinstated or restored in accordance with paragraph (D) of this rule will expire on the next biennial expiration date.
(F) If a licensee has not completed the requisite RCCE contact hours, a license is not eligible for license renewal or reinstatement. The number of RCCE contact hours required for restoration of an expired license shall be equal to the amount required of the applicant had the license not expired and must have been completed within the two years prior to the date of application for restoration.