40 Years of QTC

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Over the last 40 years, QTC grew from a small medical center to 70 medical clinics nationwide, six mobile medical units, and administrative offices in California, Texas, Pennsylvania, and Tennessee.

We are now the nation’s leading provider of medical, disability, and occupational health examinations.

Below is a timeline of some of our most important milestones.


1980s — When It All Began

1981 – Dr. Kay opened Kay’s Medical Evaluation Center (KMEC) in Whittier, California.

1982 – Inspired by our mission of providing Quality, Timely, and Customer-focused medical evaluations, we changed our named from KMEC to QTC.

1985 – We established our headquarters in Whittier, California.

1985 – QTC Management, Inc was officially founded.


1990s — Road to Expansion

1995 – QTC won our first federal contract award from the Railroad Retirement Board (RRB) Medical Record Review.

1997 – We opened our second administrative office in San Antonio, Texas.

1998 – Veterans Affairs (VA) tapped QTC to provide Compensation and Pension (C&P) exams to Veterans.


2010s — Finding a Home

2005 – Spectrum Equity acquired QTC.

2011 – Lockheed Martin acquired QTC.

2016 – QTC merged with Leidos in Lockheed Martin’s IT and services spinoff.

2018 – QTC moved our headquarters to San Dimas, California.

2018 – Our Mobile Medical Clinics hit the road and began providing services across the country.

2019 – Leidos acquired IMX Medical Management Services (IMX) and its affiliated businesses to operate under QTC.


2020s — New Territory

2020 – QTC opened a ninth new administrative office in Nashville, Tennessee.

2021 – QTC began working with Reserve Health Readiness Program, Secret Service, and FBI.




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