A. A comprehensive rehabilitation facility license is required before a person may provide or hold itself out as providing comprehensive physical rehabilitation services in the State.
B. To obtain a comprehensive rehabilitation facility license, a person shall:
(1) Submit an application on the written or electronic form provided by the Secretary;
(2) Pay to the Secretary an application fee of $10; and
(3) Meet any requirement imposed under Health-General Article, Title 19, Subtitle 1, Annotated Code of Maryland.
C. Applications on behalf of a corporation, association, or governmental unit or agency shall be made by two officers of the corporation, or governmental unit or agency, and names of their Board members shall be submitted. Ownership of property, real estate, and equipment shall be disclosed if it is other than the licensee's. The names of persons holding 2 percent or more of the stock or assets shall be disclosed.
D. A comprehensive rehabilitation license expires on the first anniversary of its effective date, unless it is renewed for a 1-year term.
E. An application for the renewal of the license shall be made on the written or electronic form provided by the Secretary at least 60 days before expiration of the issued license.
F. Separate licenses are required for institutions maintained on separate premises, even though both institutions are operated under the same management.