Religious Nonmedical Health Care Institution
Taxonomy Code282J00000X

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Religious Nonmedical Health Care Institution providers as a group are made up primarily of business entities and/or provider groups. The Religious Nonmedical Health Care Institution specialty is generally very female-friendly with a large majority (100%) of providers reporting as female compared to only less than 1% reporting as male. People living in California, Texas, Massachusetts, Ohio, and Missouri enjoy living in one of the 5 most popular states/territories where Religious Nonmedical Health Care Institution providers practice. In all, there are 48 registered Religious Nonmedical Health Care Institution providers in the United States with over 8 of those located in California alone while around 4 chose to practice in Texas.
Religious Nonmedical Health Care Institution providers have been assigned the 282J00000X taxonomy code in the NPI registry, which is a Level II Classification. Click here for more information about medical specialty types.

Overall, Religious Nonmedical Health Care Institution specialists practice in 26 different states/territories.

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Furnishes only nonmedical nursing items and services to patients who choose to rely solely upon a religious method of healing, and for whom the acceptance of medical services would be inconsistent with their religious beliefs. Furnishes nonmedical items and services exclusively through nonmedical nursing personnel who are experienced in caring for the physical needs of nonmedical patients. For example, caring for the physical needs such as assistance with activities of daily living; assistance in moving, positioning, and ambulation; nutritional needs; and comfort and support measures. Furnishes nonmedical items and services to inpatients on a 24-hour basis. Does not furnish, on the basis of religious beliefs, through its personnel or otherwise, medical items and services (including any medical screening, examination, diagnosis, prognosis, treatment, or the administration of drugs) for its patients.

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