Not unless you tell it to. Overall I don’t condone this method as the result might as well be a 3DM import, both of which have workflow issues downstream if you aren’t careful. Nothing is BIM about the results, and you can’t do much with it. Likely something like the FamilyInstance.ByGeometry Node from the spring nodes package is the way to get it done though. Name might be wrong but package isn’t.
Typically a better solution is to use your Rhino geometry to create native Revit elements (ie: walls, floors, roofs, etc.) using the the defining characteristics. Keep in mind that the defining characteristics might be as simple as (no particular order):
Panel/similar multi point elements: Series of points (typically 4) and a type.
Million/similar linear elements: Line, profile type, and normal.
Wall/similar linear elements: line, type, and extruded height
Floor/similar sketch elements: Boundary lines, and a type.
Planning how to break down your model in advance (ie: creating points for the panels, lines for the walls, with types on their own layer to make getting the right type of data easier) help quite a bit too.