Search NPI Profile database of individual healthcare providers enrolled in the NPI Registry. Providers self-identify their area of expertise, and this information is categorized and available on our website.
You can find a wide range of health professionals by their area of specialization, including doctors, dentists, chiropractors, podiatrists, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, optometrists and many other health professionals. Our database contains approximately 6.13 million NPI records for individual providers, with about 4.10 million identified as female and 2.02 million as male.
Allopathic & Osteopathic Physicians
In this category, you will find doctors enrolled in the NPI registry who are state-licensed medical providers trained in either allopathic (MD) or osteopathic (DO) medicine. Both types of doctors are qualified to diagnose medical conditions, provide treatment, and prescribe medications. This category is broad and is divided into 29 specialties.
Dentists and Other Dental Providers
A dentist is a training professional capable of examining, diagnosing, preventing, and treating diseases, disorders, and conditions of the mouth, jaw area, and related facial structures.
A chiropractor is a provider who has earned a Doctor of Chiropractic (D.C.) degree, holds a state license, and practices chiropractic medicine. Chiropractors focus on the relationship between the body's nervous system and the spine, and how this relationship affects the body's overall health.
Dietary and Nutritional Service Providers
Diet and nutrition professionals promote wellness and manage illness through nutritional guidance. Dietitians study diets scientifically and recommend changes to improve their patient’s health. They also evaluate a patient's nutritional needs and create personalized nutrition care plans.
Emergency Medical Service Providers
Emergency technicians and paramedics are individuals who have undergone specialized training and education in emergency services and pre-hospital emergency services. These are licensed individuals who practice in accordance with the skills and knowledge they have acquired through their training.
Eye and Vision Services Providers
Optometrists are medical professionals who provide care and services for the eye and visual systems. Traditionally, optometrists are licensed to diagnose and treat various visual problems and manage diseases, injuries, and other disorders of the eyes. Traditionally, optometrists are licensed to diagnose and treat various visual problems and manage diseases, injuries, and other disorders of the eyes, but are not medical doctors (MDs) or doctors of osteopathy (DOs).
Group of Specialty Providers
This broad category encompasses one or more individual healthcare providers that form a business entity to practice. A group does not necessarily require multiple providers as a single provider is valid to form a group. A multi-specialty group includes individuals who with different areas of specialization while single-specialty groups includes individuals who practice the same areas of specialization.
Nursing Service Providers
Nurse service providers are trained individuals who offer services that include health promotion, disease prevention, care for acute and chronic illnesses, health restoration, and ongoing health maintenance for people of all ages.
Nursing Service Related Providers
Nurse service providers are trained individuals that deliver a range of services that encompass health promotion, disease prevention, and care for acute and chronic illnesses. They also provide spiritual guidance and comfort to support healing and well-being, help in restoring health, and assist in maintaining overall health throughout an individual's life.
Pharmacy Service Providers
Physician Assistants and Advanced Practice Nursing Providers
This category includes two main types of providers physician assistants and nurse practitioners. Physician assistants are individuals who have received training, education, and certification to carry out basic medical and minor surgical tasks, or to aid physicians with more complex procedures, all under the supervision of a physician. Nurse practitioners are individuals who have advanced training and education beyond the initial nursing degree, achieving certification to take on independent and specialized roles such as nurse practitioners, midwives, nurse anesthetists, or clinical nurse specialists.
Podiatric Medicine and Surgery Service Providers
Podiatrists are medical professionals who specialize in treating and diagnosing conditions related to the foot, ankle, and structures of the leg. Podiatrists address issues like fractures, sprains, bunions, heel spurs, nail disorders and diabetes-related foot problems. Podiatrists must complete undergraduate education, followed by a four-year Doctor of Podiatric Medicine (DPM) degree, and then typically followed by residency program for hands-on medical experience.
Respiratory, Developmental, Rehabilitative and Restorative Service Providers
Respiratory, developmental, rehabilitative and restorative service providers are trained individuals that help patients with respiratory care, physical therapy, occupational therapy, developmental therapy, as well as rehabilitation and restorative services. These individuals may hold a license or certification, or they may provide their services within the boundaries of their training.
Speech, Language and Hearing Service Providers
Audiologists and related support professionals help individuals with speech, language, and hearing difficulties improve their communication abilities.
Health Care Students
Providers in this category include individuals currently enrolled in an organized health care education or training program that will eventually lead to an official credential, such as a degree, certificate, registration, or license.
Technologists, Technicians and Other Technical Service Providers
The individuals in this category includes providers who use their scientific understanding and technical expertise to provide healthcare services.