2013 Arizona Revised Statutes
Title 42 - Taxation
§ 42-11105 Exemption for health care property
42-11105. Exemption for health care property
A. Hospitals for the relief of the indigent or afflicted, appurtenant land and their fixtures and equipment are exempt from taxation if they are not used or held for profit.
B. Property that is used to operate a health care institution that provides medical, nursing or health related services to persons who are handicapped or sixty-two years of age or older is exempt from taxation if the property is not used or held for profit.
C. Qualifying community health centers as defined in section 36-2907.06, appurtenant land and their fixtures and equipment are exempt from taxation if they are not used or held for profit.
D. Property that is owned by a health care provider, recognized under section 501(c)(3) of the internal revenue code and organized as a nonprofit corporation is exempt from taxation if the property is used to provide health care services and the property is not used or held for profit. An exemption under this subsection includes all buildings, appurtenant land, fixtures, equipment and other reasonably required property, including property used for the administration of services. For the purposes of this subsection, " health care provider" means a health care institution as defined in title 36 or an entity that provides health care services directly to patients through health care providers who are licensed pursuant to title 32.
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