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    Almost all academic medical centers are "non-profit." To qualify for PSLF the hospital needs to have 501c3 status which means its recognized as non-profit by the IRS. It looks like you can use this website: Nonprofit Explorer - ProPublica though I don't know about it's credibility. You can also just google 501c3 and the hospital name and find documentation that stating 501c3 status.
     
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      Almost all academic medical centers are "non-profit." To qualify for PSLF the hospital needs to have 501c3 status which means its recognized as non-profit by the IRS. It looks like you can use this website: Nonprofit Explorer - ProPublica though I don't know about it's credibility. You can also just google 501c3 and the hospital name and find documentation that stating 501c3 status.
      That’s exactly what I was trying to find. Thank you!
       
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