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    Are hospitals/physician[& extenders] & nurse practicioner/clinics off limits by law or by their policy?
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    I have heard this during my concealed carry course however it was put to me a bit vauge so I will only state what i recall. If those locations have educational facilities such as a nursing school in conjunction with a college then it is off limits because it is educational.

    I also belive I heard that private health care facilities were off limits. maybe I was hearing things

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    hospitals have a no wepons sign at doors private doctors dont have any signs at least the ones i have visit

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    Custodian wrote:
    Are hospitals/physician[& extenders] & nurse practicioner/clinics off limits by law or by their policy?
    I really don't think there's a law that makes them off limits. Every hospital I've been to has signs, so I carry concealed. I have been into a doctor's office carrying openly before without incident.

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