- If a facility offers both PT and OT, a separate application and fee are required for each.
- Registration expiration dates for all PT or OT facilities owned by one person or business entity are synchronized, which means that all of the facility registrations expire on the same date. For all PT and OT facility expiration dates to be synchronized so that both types of facility registrations expire on the same date, the owner must submit a request in writing. For more information about synchronization, please refer to the PT or OT rules.
To apply for facility registration, a facility must:
A facility that has not been registered previously must complete the registration process prior to providing services. PT or OT services may be provided at the facility upon online verification of current PT or OT registration, respectively, on the boards’ Facility Registration Verification webpage prior to receiving the paper registration certificate. The facility does not need to wait to have the paper registration certificate physically in hand, although once it has been received, it must be displayed as per the PT or OT Rules.
If a facility is registered as a PT and an OT facility, the facility must have a Therapist in Charge for each profession. A PT or OT may be the TIC for more than one facility. If a therapist resigns from the TIC position, he or she must notify the Board immediately. The facility has 30 days to submit a TIC affidavit signed by the new Therapist in Charge.
For additional information, contact the Facilities Department at 512/305-6900.
You should have the information listed below on hand, and be prepared to enter credit card or electronic check information to pay the fee. The following information is required: