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About NPI Profile

NPI Profile is the most comprehensive reference website about the NPI registry and NPI related information. NPI Profile is designed to quickly and easily find the most current NPI records in the National Provider Identifier registry.

The NPI Registry public search tool is free and easy to use. The NPI database is searchable by using any of the following terms: NPI Number, Doctor Name, Organization Name, Address, City, State, ZIP code, Taxonomy Code, Specialization or Provider Type. For instance, enter “Jones Dentist Kansas” to retrieve all dentist providers in Kansas named Jones.

Our NPI records are updated monthly to ensure the most accurate information. The NPI information was last updated on: 06-12-2022.

NPI Profile not only includes the most current NPI registry information but also makes available NPI related information like PECOS status registration, Medicare participation and Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments (CLIA) information.

Use our NPI validation tool to verify an NPI number is accurate and valid and to learn more about the components of an NPI number. Our NPI PECOS crosswalk tool verifies if a NPI number is registered with PECOS and our NPI CLIA crosswalk tool matches NPI numbers with CLIA records.

What is an NPI Number?

The National Provider Identifier (NPI) is a standard public unique identifier assigned to HIPAA covered providers. The NPI is a 10-position all-numeric identification number assigned by the National Plan and Provider Enumeration System (NPPES) to uniquely identify a health care provider.

NPI numbers won't change even if the health care provider name, address, taxonomy or employer changes.

The adoption of The NPI Final Rule in January 2004 established the NPI number as the standard unique identifier for all HIPAA standard transactions, replacing all legacy identifiers like UPIN numbers.

Who needs an NPI number?

All health care providers like physicians, suppliers, hospitals, medical groups or medical organizations that engage in HIPAA covered transactions need a NPI number. You are A HIPAA-covered entity if you electronically transmit health care information in a HIPAA standard transaction.

NPI State Directory

List of NPI records by state and city of registration