Classification: Military Hospital
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A health care facility operated by the Department of Defense.
Additional Taxonomy Codes from Military Hospital Classification
Military General Acute Care Hospital
A Department of Defense (DoD) health care organization furnishing inpatient care 24 hours per day in “fixed” facilities, primarily for DoD beneficiaries. Entity is Defense Health Program (DHP) funded. A “fixed” facility is a non-temporary, non-deployed facility usually used for health care services. It includes mobile specialty units such as Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) units that may furnish services at the “fixed” facility. It includes those services and institutional costs usually included in a Diagnosis Related Group as well as “pass-through” items.
Military General Acute Care Hospital. Operational (Transportable)
A Department of Defense (DoD) health care organization furnishing inpatient care 24 hours per day in “non-fixed” or deployed facilities. Entity is not Defense Health Program funded. Services are primarily intended for DoD active duty though some services may be furnished for non-DoD active duty. “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 hospital ships.
Volume numbers are based on primary as well as secondary taxonomy codes of Organizations.