A Home Health Practioner is an office for a practioner who resides in the dwelling unit which the office is located.
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.
Applicants who wish to apply for a Home Health Practioner need to submit a Home Occupation Application, Use and Occupancy Application, Site Plan, Floor Plan, Photographs of the Parking Area, Landscape Plan, and a copy of the individuals Certificate or License from Marylands Depatment of Health and Mental Hygiene.
A home health practitioner's office, in those agricultural or residential zones where it is allowed as a registered use and not a Special Exception must comply with the following requirements:
|Home Occuaption Application||Use and Occupancy Application|
|Home Occupation Parking Guidelines|
|Fees and Taxes|
|Fee Schedule||Executive Regulations|
|Automation Enhancement Fee||Automation Enhancement Fee|
|Credit Card Authorization Form||Credit Card Authorization Form|
|Inspections arranged during application.|
|Frequently Asked Questions|
|311 Web Portal: Enter key word "Home Health Practitioner"||http://www3.montgomerycountymd.gov/311|
|Online Permitting Status Information and Inspections|
|Online Services Data Search||Search DPS Online|
|Call for More Information|
|In Montgomery County||311|
|Outside of Montgomery County||240-777-0311|
|Other Agencies to Contact|
|Other Agencies and Utilities to Contact||Allegheny Power|
|Board of Appeals|
|Maryland Department of Assessments and Taxation|
|Maryland Division of State Documents|