Caller ID data is set by the service provider. There isn't anything that the end user can do other than call Customer Service and see what changes Verizon Wireless can/will make.
Having said that, I believe, at one time, users could control what was displayed on someone else's Verizon Wireless phone when you called them. I don't know if that feature still exists today...and it doesn't apply when calling a landline.
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Please re-read the initial question! The OP had a question about how to change what is displayed when a cellphone calls a LANDLINE.
Caller ID Share name only applies to cellular-to-cellular calling.
That's right. My caller ID is coming up as a large Medical Center on landlines. I called the Verizon help desk and, while being very willing to assist me, had no idea how to fix it. I thought this would be an easy fix but apparently it is not. I have had my number since the advent of cell phones so not sure what is going on. There must be other folks who have this problem. If your calls are being screened, this could be your problem.
The LIDB is the name of the database that contains telephone numbers and names. Communication companies that can assign telephone numbers has the ability to change names associated with telephone numbers.
My guess is that the medical facility has a telephone number that is similar to your cellphone, and, someone "fat fingered" when updating the LIDB (pronounced LID bee).
If the medical facility is local to you, try reaching out to them and see if they can get their local service provider involved. Also, continue working on Verizon Wireless as some department in the company has access to the LIDB.