Veterans Evaluation Services is seeking highly qualified health care providers to join our global network to perform medical disability examinations on behalf of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). Grow your practice by conducting medical disability exams for Veterans and transitioning service members — on your own schedule, from your office or one of ours.
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Our mission is to assist VA in helping Veterans and transitioning service members receive the benefits they have earned.
Our specially trained providers conduct exams to assess whether a Veteran’s condition is service connected or whether a service-connected condition has worsened. The exams include basic diagnostic tests to evaluate the condition(s), with no treatment prescribed.
Working with VES enables you to:
Earn significant additional income by scheduling exams throughout the week.
Schedule exams whenever they fit into your practice — anywhere from a half day to 5 full days per week.
Connect with and serve Veterans and transitioning service members without prescribing treatment.
VES handles all billing through an automated billing process.
Join our network of 6,500+ VES clinicians around the world and make connections that support your professional development.
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Interested in joining our team? VES is looking to hire specialists in the following areas, with the following qualifications.
Active license; active board certification or board eligibility; minimum 2 years of experience, ideally 3+.
Active and unrestricted psychology license; Ph.D. or Psy.D. from an APA-accredited school.
Active and unrestricted psychiatry license; active board certification or board eligibility; experience evaluating traumatic brain injuries; minimum 2 years of experience, ideally 3.
Active and unrestricted neurology license; active board certification or board eligibility; experience evaluating traumatic brain injuries; minimum 2 years of experience, ideally 3.
Active and unrestricted neurosurgery license; active board certification or board eligibility; experience evaluating traumatic brain injuries; minimum 2 years of experience, ideally 3.
Active and unrestricted PM&R or physical medicine and rehabilitation license; active board certification or board eligibility; experience evaluating traumatic brain injuries; minimum 2 years of experience, ideally 3.
Active and unrestricted ophthalmologist or optometrist license.
Active and unrestricted dental license.
Active and unrestricted audiologist license; Au.D., M.A., or M.S. in an audiology-related field.
Please note: Current malpractice or liability insurance is required for all specialties.
Undergo pre-screening with our recruitment team
Submit your application
Wait for the results of your background check
Participate in free training
Start performing exams
It is our belief that building empathy and understanding about conditions unique to Veterans leads to better exams and outcomes. That’s why VES provides a range of robust training opportunities, from online training to an immersive, weeklong, in-person learning experience. Our training helps develop highly productive, empathetic, and skilled clinicians who understand the unique concerns of Veterans and transitioning service members.
In our immersive training, select providers visit the work environments of the U.S. Marine Corps and the U.S. Navy and learn from service members firsthand about their injuries and health conditions sustained during work, training, deployment, and combat. These providers get hands-on practice facilitating an exam from start to finish, along with coaching from VES clinicians and trainers.
“I joined VES after hearing about the huge backlog preventing our Nation’s Veterans from receiving the benefits they deserve. The opportunity to really make a difference, all while generating a significant income stream is priceless!” — Leslie Fields M.D., Kansas City, Missouri
“It is rewarding to me to be able to accurately evaluate disabled Veterans the way they should be evaluated. To stay in a military system taking care of my own with a company that is so pro Veteran feels like I am in the right place. It feels like family.” — Diane Zier, FNP-C, San Antonio, Texas
“After more than 15 years of practicing general medicine, I was exhausted and burnt out from the constant battle with administration on quality patient care! I decided to take a leap of faith — best decision I ever made for my medical career! Now I have the flexibility of my own schedule, better salary and still provide a needed service to the Veterans in my community!!” — Karen J. Olivero, MMS, PA-C, Tampa, Florida