Multidisciplinary Professional Assessment

 PRC offers

flexible 2 to 5 day

multidisciplinary assessment with

weekend programming

aimed to minimize impact on our client's work schedule.


Common Issues Leading to Evaluation

  • Burnout
  • Disruptive Behavior
  • Aging Physician concerns
  • Medical Conditions that could be impacting performance
  • Sexual Misconduct/Professional Sexual Misconduct
  • Poor boundaries around prescribing patterns
  • Lack of timely charting
  • Professionalism concerns
  • Concerns related to non-professional behavior in personal life or juxtaposition of personal and professional lives
  • Concerns about substance use disorders

Potential Elements of the Multidisciplinary Assessment

  • Clinical interviews (psychiatrist, psychologist, social worker, addiction specialist)
  • Neuropsychological Testing
  • Observational data based on interactions in group process
  • Collateral Data collection
  • Record review

  • Focused physical evaluation

  • Laboratory Testing

Final report includes:

  • Findings from each component
  • Diagnoses
  • Overall Summary
  • Recommendations
  • Fitness for duty statement