A. An alien shall be eligible for federal Medical Assistance coverage of emergency medical services, as specified under §§B and C of this regulation, if the alien is determined by the Department to:
(1) Have received emergency medical services described under §§B and C of this regulation that are necessary for treatment of an emergency medical condition; and
(2) Meet all other requirements of Medical Assistance eligibility as specified in this chapter, including Maryland residency and financial eligibility, except the requirements related to:
(a) Social Security number; and
(b) Alien eligibility and declaration of immigration status.
B. Emergency medical services, including labor and delivery services, are for the treatment of an emergency medical condition that, after a sudden onset, manifests itself by acute symptoms of sufficient severity, including severe pain, such that the absence of immediate medical attention can reasonably be expected to result in:
(1) Placing the individual's health in serious jeopardy;
(2) Serious impairment to bodily functions; or
(3) Serious dysfunction of any bodily organ or part.
C. Emergency medical services extend from when the individual enters a hospital to receive the emergency medical services until the individual's emergency medical condition or other medical condition requiring the emergency medical services is stabilized, as determined by the Department.
D. Emergency medical services do not include:
(1) An organ transplant and all services related to an organ transplant; or
(2) Routine prenatal or postpartum care.