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Where to obtain medical contact lists

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) is part of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). It has developed the National Plan and Provider Enumeration System (NPPES) to issue unique identifiers to health care providers. These records can be accessed at the National Provider Identifier (NPI) Registry online.

The NPI is a 10-digit numeric identifier assigned to individual and organization health care providers in the United States like nurses, physicians, dermatologists, pediatricians and more. For example you can look up nurses in Florida, physicians in New Jersey or any dermatologist in the US.

Recently CMS has announced that the full replacement monthly NPI File (also referred to as the NPPES Downloadable File) has now been revised to include deactivated NPIs and the date of deactivation within the file. The deactivated NPIs in the file can be displayed by filtering on the column name “NPI Deactivation Date”. In addition, CMS will also make available a weekly incremental NPI file and a full replacement monthly NPI deactivation file.

Since the data dissemination file is greater than 4 GB older file compression utilities may not be able to extract this file properly. To avoid any problems extracting this file we have processed it into the database and created downloadable products that are much easier to handle. The downloadable products come in ZIP format, containing 51 CSV files, one for each US state. Prices starting at $39 USD.

As of our last update of November 1, 2017, the complete list of doctors contains 1,455,329 records. These include professionals such as chiropractors, internists, pediatricians, family doctors, internists, obstetricians, surgeons and more.

We invite you to download a free and complete Wyoming Nurses and Physician Assistants Mailing List to see for yourself what the data looks like.

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Hidden Dangers to Our Health

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Make Yourself Better

From a conversation recorded in Jan 2016 by Hilda Labrada Gore, for the Wise Traditions Podcast. Philip Weeks is one of the leading natural health experts in the UK and gives practical ideas on how to make yourself better. A naturopath, herbalist, and acupuncturist, he has traveled the world and has been trained in a myriad of healing traditions. He discusses the importance of our individual constitution, the environment, the food we eat, and movement. Philip communicates clearly fundamental steps we can take to improve our well-being. He is a master herbalist, registered acupuncturist, and naturopath. He has studied a variety of approaches to wellness all around the world and he has a real knack for communicating important health concepts in terms that are both easy to understand and easy to apply to our lives.

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A Natural Approach To Wellness – Healthy Gut Flora

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Gentle Detox Done Naturally

From a conversation recorded in Jan 2016 by Hilda Labrada Gore, for the Wise Traditions Podcast. Kim Schuette has been in private practice in the field of nutrition since 1999. In 2002, she established Biodynamic Wellness where she and her staff address digestive disorders, ADD, autism, and other health concerns. Kim recommends a host of practical tips, everything from the benefits of bone broth to dry brushing. Kim is a certified nutritionist and a certified GAPS practitioner.

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The Deeper Reasons Behind Why People Get Sick

From a conversation recorded in Jan 2016 by Hilda Labrada Gore. Dr. Tom Cowan is a holistic doctor who is extremely skeptical of current conventional, and even holistic, medical practices. Find out why you should be, too! Learn about the role of nutrition in your health and what Tom recommends for those seeking to improve their health.

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Weston A Price Foundation

From a conversation recorded in Jan 2016 by Hilda Labrada Gore. Sally Fallon, the President of the Weston A. Price Foundation explains the importance of eating nutrient-dense food to maintain health. Good nutrition is critical for wellness and avoiding chronic and acute disease. This episode sheds light on the purpose behind the Weston A. Price Foundation and the Wise Traditions podcast.

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Dr Paul Thomas On Vaccines

From a conversation recorded in Jan 2017 by JB Handley. Dr. Paul Thomas is a well-versed, outspoken Portland-based Pediatrician. He will challenge much of the conventional wisdom on pediatrics. Why is his Portland practice booming? Because he practices true informed consent, and because he tells the truth that vaccines have risks AND benefits.

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