The New Mexico Disability Determination Services (DDS) is currently looking for New Mexico licensed physicians, psychiatrists and/or psychologists who would like to contract with the DDS to review medical information and assist in making medical determinations on claimants who have applied for Social Security Disability benefits. Respondents must be licensed to practice Medicine/Psychiatry and/or Psychology in the State of New Mexico.
The DDS provides for paid training on how to evaluate Social Security Disability claims, office space, collegial relationships with other medical and psychological consultants, flexibility of hours and minimal liability. This is a great opportunity to supplement current income.
If you would like more information on this exciting opportunity or you would like to review and download a copy of the Request for Proposal (RFP) #18-6601-0002, you can go to the following link and access a copy of the RFP:
(Scroll down a bit to “Latest News” and watch for scroll to show “Medical/Psychiatric and Psychological Assessment and Consultative Services”, and click on the scroll)
You can also contact Tammy Kesler, Procurement Manager, New Mexico Division of Vocational Rehabilitation, 435 St. Michaels Drive, Building D, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505, (505)954-8532, Tammy.firstname.lastname@example.org and request a copy of RFP #18-6601-0002 – Medical Consultant Services.
The deadline to submit a proposal is no later than 3:00 PM Mountain Time on Wednesday, March 28, 2018. Proposals received after this deadline will not be accepted.
Licensed in New Mexico: Physicians - MD or DO Psychiatrists - MD or DO Psychologists - PhD
Internal Number: 316
About State of NM, Division of Vocational Rehabilitation, Disability Determination Services
We are New Mexico's professional organization for medical and osteopathic doctors. We were formed in 1882 to, as our bylaws say, "secure enactment and enforcement of just medical laws, to promote friendly relations among our members, to uphold the principles of medical ethics of the American Medical Association, to extend medical knowledge and the standard of medical education, to uphold the obligations each member assumed under the Hippocratic Oath, all the while being cognizant of our unique influence on society."