Home health practitioner license

A Home Health Practitioner is an office for a practitioner who resides in the dwelling unit which the office is located. A Home Health Practitioner is prohibited in apartments, multi-use and general building types.

For this purpose, a health practitioner is defined as a person who is licensed or certified by a Board under the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene and has an advanced degree in the field from an accredited educational institution, (except that this definition excludes an electrologist, mortician, nursing home administrator, pharmacist, or veterinarian). This definition includes a registered nurse or physician’s assistant only if that person has an advanced degree in the field and practices independently.


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