For more than 35 years we have been performing medical examinations to our nation’s heroes and workforce. Our goal is to build strong partnerships with our network of providers that support and enhance QTC’s commitment to quality, timeliness, and customer service.
Benefits of being a QTC Provider:
Our clinic / Your clinic
Low legal risk
Let's Work Together.
Our demand is high for qualified independent and staff examiners, which is why we want to hear from you.
Approximately 70 QTC-owned clinic locations through the United States
A flexible work schedule, either in our clinics or your private practice
It’s difficult to provide an exact number, but QTC does work with various clients. However by
becoming a part of our preferred provider network, you will be given as much business as we have
and as much as you're willing to accept.
You will have the opportunity to evaluate a variety of individuals including our nation's veterans,
soldiers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan, Federal Air Marshals, Secret Service personnel and many
The nature of the examinations you perform through QTC does not permit treatment nor prescribing
of medication. However, in the event of a life-threatening emergency, you are entrusted to seek help
and perform any necessary procedures to sustain the patient's life.
Yes, QTC's exams require a narrative report. Depending on the requesting agency, you have three ways to
submit the report: 1) utilize QTC's secure website to deliver the report, 2) utilize QTC's transcription
services, 3) utilize your own transcription services.
We contract with a wide range of specialties including internal medicine, orthopedic surgery,
occupational medicine, psychiatry, otolaryngology, ophthalmology, audiology, dentists, family
practice, optometry, cardiology and more.
A current, active, unrestricted license in the state of practice with no disciplinary action. You are required to maintain good standing throughout the duration of the contract and to ensure compliance; we perform periodic credential checks.
Select your state for a list of available provider opportunities near you.