PREMIER PAIN & SPINE CENTER, PLLC – NPI #1164284253
Clinic/Center

PREMIER PAIN & SPINE CENTER, PLLC is a AHC clinic located in NASHVILLE, TN. NPPES recently assigned the NPI number 1164284253 to PREMIER PAIN & SPINE CENTER, PLLC on January 25, 2024. It is a Type-2 NPI, indicating this NPI number is associated with an organization. The primary taxonomy selected by this provider is 261QP3300X from the Health Care Provider Taxonomy code set, which is classified as Clinic/Center specializing in Pain

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NPI Profile for
PREMIER PAIN & SPINE CENTER, PLLC

NPI Number
1164284253
Created

(about 5 weeks ago)
Entity Type
Type-2  Organization
Organization health care providers may have a single employee or thousands of employees. An example is an incorporated individual who is an organization's only employee.
Legal Name
PREMIER PAIN & SPINE CENTER, PLLC
Primary location
2201 MURPHY AVE STE 110
NASHVILLE, TN 37203-1899
Phone: (615) 988-8100 Fax: (615) 632-2399
Mailing address
3443 DICKERSON PIKE STE 590
NASHVILLE, TN 37207-2520
Phone: (615) 988-8100 Fax:
Organization Subpart
No
Authorized Official
ALEX SCHMIDT
OWNER
Phone: (615) 988-8100
Updated
Certification Date
Jan 25, 2024

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Taxonomy Code(s)

A taxonomy code is a code that describes the health care service provider's type, classification, and the area of specialization. The primary specialty for this provider is indicated as (Primary) below.

Taxonomy Classification / Specialization State License
261QP3300X
- Clinic/Center / Pain (Primary)

The taxonomy codes are selected by the provider at the time of NPI registration. Selection of a taxonomy code does not replace any credentialing or validation process that the provider requesting the code should complete.