Dr Richard Woolley, DC - Medicare Chiropractor in Anchorage, AK

Dr Richard Woolley, DC is a medicare enrolled "Chiropractor" provider in Anchorage, Alaska. He went to Logan College Of Chiropractic and graduated in 2015 and has 7 years of diverse experience with area of expertise as Chiropractic. He is a member of the group practice Arctic Chiropractic East Mat-su Llc and his current practice location is 3330 Eagle St, Anchorage, Alaska. You can reach out to his office (for appointments etc.) via phone at (907) 561-2330.

Dr Richard Woolley is licensed to practice in Alaska (license number 110663) and he also participates in the medicare program. He accepts medicare assignments (which means he accepts the Medicare-approved amount; you will not be billed for any more than the Medicare deductible and coinsurance) and his NPI Number is 1023475340.

Contact Information

Dr Richard Woolley, DC
3330 Eagle St,
Anchorage, AK 99503-4146
(907) 561-2330
Not Available



Healthcare Provider's Profile

Full NameDr Richard Woolley
GenderMale
SpecialityChiropractic
Experience7 Years
Location3330 Eagle St, Anchorage, Alaska
Accepts Medicare AssignmentsYes. He accepts the Medicare-approved amount; you will not be billed for any more than the Medicare deductible and coinsurance.
  Medical Education and Training:
  • Dr Richard Woolley attended and graduated from Logan College Of Chiropractic in 2015
  NPI Data:
  • NPI Number: 1023475340
  • Provider Enumeration Date: 01/16/2016
  • Last Update Date: 08/13/2020
  Medicare PECOS Information:
  • PECOS PAC ID: 6507162534
  • Enrollment ID: I20160627001993

Medical Identifiers

Medical identifiers for Dr Richard Woolley such as npi, medicare ID, medicare PIN, medicaid, etc.
IdentifierTypeStateIssuer
1023475340NPI-NPPES

Medical Taxonomies and Licenses

TaxonomyTypeLicense (State)Status
111N00000XChiropractor 110663 (Alaska)Primary

Group Practice Association

Group Practice NameGroup PECOS PAC IDNo. of Members
Arctic Chiropractic East Mat-su Llc51930016006

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Medicare Part D Prescriber Enrollment

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Mailing Address and Practice Location

Mailing AddressPractice Location Address
Dr Richard Woolley, DC
1619 N Linder Rd,
Kuna, ID 83634-5400

Ph: (208) 994-4519
Dr Richard Woolley, DC
3330 Eagle St,
Anchorage, AK 99503-4146

Ph: (907) 561-2330

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