Nevada
Property Tax Exemption
Nevada law exempts from taxation the property of nonprofit hospitals.

Nevada law exempts from taxation the property and buildings owned by a nonprofit corporation and used by “a hospital … for the care or relief of … sick, infirm, or indigent persons.” Nev. Rev. Stat. §361.083.

Also exempt is the property of any corporation “prohibited by its articles of incorporation from declaring or paying dividends” where its income is “devoted to the general purposes of charity” without private inurement and “where indigent persons without regard to race or color may receive medical care and attention without charge or cost.” Nev. Rev. Stat. §361.140(b).