In Florida, after the electrical inspector is done they have an ACHA inspection that enforces everything but NFPA70 and the standard building code.
Those guys are the ones who have the Medical/Bio analyser.
They don't need the the analyzer, the installers must show these results, the form must include the meter used, (it used to have to include the last calibration date)location of device tested, path around room, ground reference point, leakage in millivolts, and impedances.
This is true of everywhere I have done hospitals or healthcare facilities including Fl, ACHA was HRS back then.
This is no different than the Isolation Power System commissioning that is required by ACHA, they do not show up on site with the necessary meters and test sets for this either, it must be done or contracted out by the EC doing the project.
You are right that they do not inspect for NFPA 70 but, these requirements are not NFPA 70 requirements.