TN: QTC to Establish Operations in Nashville, Bringing 410 Jobs
17 Jun, 2020
Tennessee Governor Bill Lee and Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bob Rolfe announced that QTC, a subsidiary of Leidos Holdings, Inc., will invest approximately $5 million to establish an operations center in Nashville. The investment will create approximately 410 jobs in Davidson County over the next five years.
QTC provides disability and occupational health examination services for veterans, federal employees, and the commercial industry. QTC offers a full suite of employment-focused medical exams and diagnostic testing services. Its network is supported by more than 1,700 experienced clinical, corporate and operational associates, over 90 clinic locations, and partnerships with more than 12,000 physicians and allied health professionals.
Since 2015, TNECD has supported 76 economic development projects in Davidson County, representing more than 23,000 job commitments and $2.2 billion in investment.
“Now more than ever, we need to ensure that Tennesseans have access to quality job opportunities, and we are proud to support QTC’s plan to create 400 jobs in Nashville. This is tremendous news as we work to get Tennesseans back to work and our state economy back in full swing.” – Governor Bill Lee
“First and foremost, TNECD remains committed to attracting quality family-wage jobs for our residents. I thank QTC for its commitment to create 400 jobs in Nashville. Investments like this will help lay the foundation for Tennessee’s economic recovery and bring much-needed job opportunities to Middle Tennessee.” – TNECD Commissioner Bob Rolfe
“QTC is excited to expand our operational services in Nashville. We look forward to joining the vibrant Nashville community, onboarding local talent and demonstrating our mission of making the world safer, healthier and more efficient with the surrounding community.” – QTC CEO Grant Kim
“TVA and Nashville Electric Service congratulate QTC on its decision to locate and create hundreds of new job opportunities in Nashville. Helping to foster new jobs and investment in the Valley is fundamental to TVA’s mission of service and we are proud to partner with the Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce and Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development to further that mission.” – John Bradley, TVA Senior Vice President of Economic Development
“Nashville is a tremendous destination for individuals, families and companies looking for a great place to live, work and play. With unemployment up over the last several months due to Covid-19, these new jobs are very welcome. I congratulate QTC on its decision to locate its operations center here and look forward to many years of success. I also appreciate the work done by Governor Lee, Commissioner Rolfe, our local official and others who helped to bring these jobs home.” – Sen. Steve Dickerson (R – Nashville)
"We welcome QTC to Nashville and look forward to the more than 400 new jobs coming to our city. QTC will soon find they will be hiring a talented workforce that will thoroughly enjoy the quality of life of living, working and playing in Nashville, Tennessee. I look forward to QTC continuing to invest in the future of our community." – Rep. Darren Jernigan (D – Old Hickory)
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