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QTC Management, Inc. Nurse Practitioner Staff-Vancouver, WA - NURSE015906 in Vancouver, Washington

Leidos QTC Health Services is the nations largest provider of disability and occupational health examination services. We are passionate about our countrys veterans and service members, united as a team and inspired to make a difference. Leidos QTC Health Services is dedicated to provide quality, timeliness, and excellent customer service to these service members and you could be a part of that mission.

We are seeking a Nurse Practitioner at our Vancouver, WA Clinic to help ensure our service members get the best care possible. You will play a vital role in the continued care of these men and women.

Your Role with Leidos QTC Health Services:

As a Nurse Practitioner with Leidos QTC Health Services, you will conduct a variety of general medicine, occupational, and disability health examinations including, but not limited to:

- - Reviewing medical history and associated records

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``` - - Interpreting clinical data

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``` - - Completing written reports and generating independent medical opinions (IMO)

The examinations may be completed in-person (in a clinic setting), in the examinees home, telephonically, at large event settings for the Reserve Health Readiness Program, or using telehealth platforms.

You will be traveling (up to 30%) to provide physical examinations for veterans and service members in multiple locations throughout the country.

All travel expenses are covered and a per diem will be received.

Pay Range:

Salary: $130,000-$170,000 (based on years of experience and education) with a potential annual bonus up to 30%.

Leidos- QTC Health services employees also receive an annual merit increase as well as benefits being available upon first day of hire.

Work Schedule, Location, What to expect:

- - Mon-Fri 8:00am-5:00 pm with a 1-hour lunch from 12:00-1:00 pm.

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``` - - Vancouver, WA clinic

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``` - - 3 weeks onboarding / training

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``` - - 4-5 VA patients daily with 4 hours of admin time, 10-12 patients daily with other lines of business

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``` - - 30% national travel

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``` - - We will pay for licensing in 12 state licenses and CME costs.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

- - Physical examinations for the following lines of business: Department of Defense, Department of Justice, and Department of Labor.

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``` - - Occupational health exams to include pre- and post-employment and annual physicals.

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``` - - Generalist approach to multi-system disability evaluations to include evaluations of conditions specific to the military operational environment like Gulf War and Prisoner of War

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``` - - Most examinations are in-person evaluations, but some may be completed virtually or by medical record review only.

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``` - - Housebound physical examinations

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``` - - Completion of Veterans Benefits Administration Disability Benefit Questionnaires (DBQs)

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``` - - Provide primary medical evaluations to include, but not limited to, initial review of laboratory, pulmonary function and ECG studies Documentation of examinee records in appropriate systems.

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``` - - Collaboration with other professional and support staff as needed and communicate with internal and client team members in determining the most effective and evidence-based way forward on behalf of the examinee populations

Competencies:

Demonstrates compassion, professionalism, and a commitment to providing excellent custom

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