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NPI Lookup Ambulatory Health Care Facilities

A facility or distinct part of one that provides services on an outpatient basis in a fixed location or specifically designed mobile unit. An Ambulatory Care Facility does not provide overnight accommodations.


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Clinic/Center

A facility or distinct part of one used for the diagnosis and treatment of outpatients. "Clinic/Center" is irregularly defined, sometimes being limited to organizations serving specialized treatment requirements or distinct patient/client groups (e.g., radiology, poor, and public health).

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  • Adolescent and Children Mental Health

    An entity, facility, or distinct part of a facility providing diagnostic, treatment, and prescriptive services related to mental and behavioral disorders in children and adolescents. Services may be provided to parents and family members of the patient in the form of conjoint, group, or individual therapy, and education and/or training.

  • Adult Day Care

  • Adult Mental Health

    An entity, facility, or distinct part of a facility providing diagnostic, treatment, and prescriptive services related to mental and behavioral disorders in adults.

  • Ambulatory Family Planning Facility

    An abortion/family planning facility where services are provided at a fixed specific location. An Ambulatory Family Planning Facility does not provide overnight accommodations. The following procedures may be performed at an Ambulatory Family Planning Facility: abortions, laproscopy, hysterectomies, tubule ligation and other related procedures. Abortion is considered voluntary termination of pregnancy.

  • Ambulatory Fertility Facility

    A fertility facility, which may be licensed, registered, or certified in some states, that is not hospital-based, where services are provided at a fixed specific location. An Ambulatory Fertility Facility does not provide overnight accommodations. The following fertility procedures may be performed at an Ambulatory Fertility Facility: In Vitro Fertilization (IVF), Gamete Intrafallopian Transfer (GIFT), Embryo Transfer-Thaw (ET-T), Zygote Intrafallopian Transfer (ZIFT), Donor OOCYTE (DO)

  • Ambulatory Surgical

  • Amputee

    An entity, facility, or distinct part of a facility providing counseling, fitting, custom design, prescriptive, and training services related to congenital or postoperative absence of all or part of a limb or limbs.

  • Augmentative Communication

    An entity, facility, or distinct part of a facility staffed by audiology and/or speech professionals with special training in the evaluation of a patient's potential for use of an augmentative communication device, determination of the most appropriate device, adjustment and maintenance of the device, and training the patient to use the device.

  • Birthing

  • Community Health

  • Corporate Health

  • Critical Access Hospital

    An outpatient entity, facility, or distinct part of a facility within or affiliated with a Critical Access Hospital that provides access to primary care services for individuals in a small rural community and is Medicare certified.

  • Dental

  • Developmental Disabilities

    An entity, facility, or distinct part of a facility providing comprehensive, multidiscipline diagnostic, treatment, therapy, training, and counseling services to children with congenital disorders that precipitate developmental delays and in many instances mental deficiencies (e.g., Cerebral Palsy, metabolic disorders, Sturge-Weber Syndrome, etc.).

  • Emergency Care

  • End-Stage Renal Disease (ESRD) Treatment

  • Endoscopy

  • Family Planning, Non-Surgical

    An entity, facility, or distinct part of a facility, or mobile unit providing non-surgical, family planning/reproductive services including physical examination, laboratory services such as PAP or pregnancy tests; pregnancy, pregnancy prevention/contraceptive, and nutritional counseling, and contraceptives or prescriptions for contraceptives.

  • Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC)

    A Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) is a community-based organization that provides comprehensive primary care and preventive care, including health, oral, and mental health/substance abuse services to persons of all ages, regardless of their ability to pay or health insurance status.

  • Genetics

    An entity, facility, or distinct part of a facility providing analysis of family history, genetic laboratory testing and analysis, diagnosis of genetic trait, prognosis and options. Laboratory studies may be outsourced.

  • Health Service

  • Hearing and Speech

    An entity, facility, or distinct part of a facility providing diagnostic, treatment, prescriptive, and therapy services related to congenital and acquired conditions and diseases that affect hearing capacity and speech ability.

  • Infusion Therapy

  • Lithotripsy

  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)

  • Medical Specialty

    An entity, facility, or distinct part of a facility providing diagnostic, treatment, and prescriptive services related to a specific area of medical specialization. Frequently used for Title V related Children's Specialty services or to meet specific public health needs (e.g., infectious diseases or breast and cervical cancer).

  • Medically Fragile Infants and Children Day Care

    An entity, facility, or distinct part of a facility specially equipped and staffed to provide care for medically fragile children with varied and complex care needs (e.g., enteral or parental feeding, ostomy care, respiratory/ventilator care, medications and therapies, etc.).

  • Mental Health (Including Community Mental Health Center)

  • Methadone

    An entity, facility, or distinct part of a facility providing diagnostic, and replacement maintenance treatment services related to individuals with drug addiction.

  • Migrant Health

  • Military Ambulatory Procedure Visits Operational (Transportable)

    ?Non-fixed? facilities or distinct parts of a ?non-fixed? facility, providing outpatient surgical procedures requiring medically supervised recovery. Does not include items issued directly to a patient from an outpatient pharmacy or patient transport. Includes initial ?take home? pharmaceuticals.

  • Military and U.S. Coast Guard Ambulatory Procedure

    That part of a ?fixed? (non-temporary, non-deployed) DoD or Coast Guard entity furnishing surgical procedures requiring medically supervised recovery. Similar to a civilian ambulatory surgical center. May be in shared resources with a DoD or Coast Guard Clinic or a DoD Hospital. Does not include items issued directly to a patient from an outpatient pharmacy or patient transport. Includes initial ?take home? pharmaceuticals.

  • Military Outpatient Operational (Transportable) Component

    ?Non-fixed? facilities or distinct parts of a ?non-fixed? facility, providing outpatient medical and dental services, primarily intended for DoD active duty. The entity is funded with other than Defense Health Program funding. Non-DoD active duty may receive services from this entity. ?Non-fixed? facilities are generally deployed DoD health care activities, not providing services on or in association with a DoD fort or base. ?Non-fixed? facilities include outpatient services furnished onboard ships. ?Non-fixed? facilities also include deployed clinics. Does not include items issued directly to a patient from an outpatient pharmacy or patient transport.

  • Military/U.S. Coast Guard Outpatient

    The Defense Health Program or U.S. Coast Guard funded ?fixed? facilities or distinct parts of a facility, providing outpatient medical and dental services, primarily for Uniformed Services beneficiaries. A ?fixed? facility is a non-temporary, non-deployed facility. It includes mobile specialty units such as Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) units that may furnish services at the ?fixed? facility. It includes, as examples, the institutional portion of outpatient encounters (except Ambulatory Procedure Visits), supplies issued (e.g., glasses, ostomy supplies, crutches), and radiology and laboratory studies. Does not include items issued directly to a patient from an outpatient pharmacy or patient transport.

  • Multi-Specialty

  • Occupational Medicine

  • Oncology

    An entity, facility, or distinct part of a facility providing diagnostic, treatment and prescriptive services related to cancerous conditions. Services include chemotherapy infusions and monitoring of implanted chemotherapeutic agents.

  • Oncology, Radiation

  • Ophthalmologic Surgery

  • Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

    The specialty of dentistry which includes the diagnosis, surgical and adjunctive treatment of diseases, injuries and defects involving both the functional and esthetic aspects of the hard and soft tissues of the oral and maxillofacial region.

  • Pain

  • Physical Therapy

  • Podiatric

  • Primary Care

  • Prison Health

  • Public Health, Federal

  • Public Health, State or Local

  • Radiology

  • Radiology, Mammography

  • Radiology, Mobile

  • Radiology, Mobile Mammography

  • Recovery Care

  • Rehabilitation

  • Rehabilitation, Comprehensive Outpatient Rehabilitation Facility (CORF)

  • Rehabilitation, Substance Use Disorder

  • Rehabilitation: Cardiac Facilities

  • Research

  • Rural Health

  • Sleep Disorder Diagnostic

  • Student Health

  • Urgent Care

  • VA

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