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We’ve partnered with The Salvation Army this year for a Christmas Toy Drive – Sharing with The Shield! Bring or ship new, unopened toys for children ages birth-2 years and 9-12 years to FMRT Offices located in Asheville, Charlotte, Greenville, Raleigh, and Winston-Salem by December 14th!  Lend a hand in ‘Sharing with The Shield’ this holiday season!

Post-Hire and Pre-hire evaluations for Charlotte emergency personnel

Why FMRT Is A Perfect Fit For Charlotte!

Charlotte, nicknamed the “Queen City,” is the largest city in North Carolina and a major transportation hub in the Southeast. This central location allows FMRT to efficiently serve a large region encompassing both North and South Carolina.

Charlotte boasts a thriving economy with a significant presence of safety-sensitive industries. FMRT caters to these industries, such as public safety departments (police, fire, EMS) and other organizations requiring pre-employment and post-hire psychological evaluations. Having an office in Charlotte allows FMRT to be readily accessible to these potential clients.

By having an office in Charlotte, FMRT can tap into this talent pool to recruit psychologists, medical professionals, and other staff members crucial to their operations.  Additionally, Charlotte offers a high quality of life with a vibrant culture and attractions like the Bank of America Corporate Center, the NASCAR Hall of Fame, and the Spectrum Center, home to the Charlotte Hornets. This can be an attractive factor for FMRT when recruiting and retaining employees.

First Responder Well-Being with Expert Psychological and Medical Support

FMRT’s dedicated Charlotte team is steadfast in our commitment to fortifying the mental and physical resilience of our first responders. Our culturally competent approach, comprising licensed psychologists and advanced medical professionals, adheres to the highest standards of care. Following the principles of the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) guidelines, we specialize in comprehensive pre-hire psychological and medical evaluations for public safety and safety-sensitive occupations. Under the supervision of a board-certified police and public safety psychologists, our multi-skilled clinical team brings a wealth of knowledge to ensure the well-being of those who protect our community.

Advocation and Support in
the Queen City

FMRT Charlotte goes beyond conventional fitness for duty evaluations (FFDE). We seamlessly integrate our expertise with the IACP guidelines, considering objective evidence and department concerns to determine an employee’s ability to safely and effectively perform their essential job functions.

Our evaluations include in-depth clinical consultations, mental status examinations, a thorough review of relevant records, and, when necessary, psychological and laboratory testing. We pride ourselves on delivering concise, written reports that directly address the critical question: Is this employee able to safely perform essential job functions at this time?

As advocates for first responders, we extend our support not only through comprehensive evaluations but also through post-hire psychological and medical services, training, and ongoing assistance. FMRT Charlotte is your dedicated partner in fostering a resilient and thriving first responder community.


The FMRT Group sets the standard for safety-sensitive employers when it comes to comprehensive psychological and medical evaluations.

Our Vision

The FMRT Charlotte seeks to provide its clients with the ability to make the most informed hiring decision possible and to maximize their human capital investment post-hire. Through a combination of providing world-class psychological services, of having deep industry knowledge and cultural awareness, and through constant learning, The FMRT Group will deliver safety-sensitive employers unmatched levels of service, information, and support. This will make The FMRT Group the clear choice when employers seek to hire and retain personnel that holds a position of authority.

Our Core Values

  • Professional – Exude professionalism when interacting with clients, clinicians, and with each other.


  • Positive – Our offices are a positive environment in which we have the ability to communicate and share ideas with each other.


  • Solution-Oriented – Take intelligent risks and have positive ideas to remove obstacles.


  • Compliant – Follow the standard operating protocol, guidelines, standards, and the laws for which we are expected to comply.


  • Committed – Act like owners. Take ownership of the processes that are yours. Demand excellence from yourself and others.


  • Caring – Relationships matter. Be honest, open, and have constructive conversations with each other. Be respectful to one another and all the stakeholders.
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