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    I am employed by the Department of the Army, based in the state of Virginia.
    I was placed on Workmens Comp in 2002 following the diagnosis of PTSD after checking on a person I supervised who had been killed by his son, and the son had then killed himself. I took some leave time following the incident but did not charge it to workers comp. I have kept all the responsibilities of my job except that I have not pulled weekend call for the hospital ER. I work in behavioral health and would pull about 14 days of call per year, going in if there was a suicidal or homocidal patient. I have now been told that even though my psychiatrist says that I am not ready to return to full duty, if I don't then my supervisor will attempt to place me on the impared provider list and remove me from my leadership position. Can this be done to me? I have had superior ratings since 1995 to include the year 2002, 2003, 2004, and 2005. Can you guide me in what I might do?
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