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C&P GM and C&P NP. Does anyone know if this is General Medicine and maybe NP for??? The only thing I can think of is nurse practitioner or something. I know I will find out when I have them but I would like to know what to prepare for if there is such a thing.

By the way this should be for my gulf war claim.

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Could be Gastro and Neurology clinic. I have both of those C&P exams next Friday, and that is what mine says. But every VA list exams differently.

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Well according to evet and the hospital directory. One is a primary care provider and the other is mental/behavioral health provider. Hmm I wonder if they think I am unstable or something. Hmm. has me very curious indeed. I wonder if they screwed up.

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You should be able to call them and verify what exactly the C&P exams are for. Seriously, just call and ask.

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NP stands for Nurse Practitioner. That can go wither way.

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Well just as I was finishing my lunch the VA hospital called to confirm appointments. I am seeing a nurse practioner and and mental health professional related to my gulf war claim. A doc or a nurse practioner I understand but a mental health professional, I didn't claim any mental health issues. If I was a little more paranoid I'd think they would be trying do a psych profile on me and have some angle to use against me. A short time after my tour I did see a social worker and psychiatrist for bit, was on antidepressants but after some time I dealt with my issues and was taken off meds and was good to go after that. I am just gonna have to wait until the exams but I can't help to think what the raters are needing or looking for. Hmm this inquring mind wants to know.

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