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Non-accredited or Unlicensed Training Provider Application Supplemental Requirements

Used by non-accredited or unlicensed training providers in order to be reviewed for approval to become a training provider for Washington injured workers. Must be submitted with the Provider Account Application (F248-011-000).


Non-Network Provider Application

Includes the F248-036-000 Statewide Payee Registration and W-9 form. For providers to complete that do not want to become a Labor and Industries network provider, or for a specialty that L&I is not accepting network applications for at this time. If you are applying to be a Labor and Industries network provider, please complete application process at


Out of Country Provider Application

This application is for providers outside the United States. Providers who treat injured workers must have a provider number to bill the department.


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Provider Account Application - Independent Medical Examiner (IME)

In order to do independent medical exams a provider must obtain a provider account number with L&I. This packet includes the application and agreement with instructions, IME Provider Exam sites form (F245-047-000) and Request for Taxpayer ID and Certification - Form W-9 (F248-036-000) (10 pages). If you have questions, please email or call 360-902-6815.


Submission of Provider Credentials for Interpretive Services

Used to apply as a interpretive service provider and to show what language(s) you hold credentials for. F248-011-000 Provider Application and Notice is added to this form.


Washington Practitioner Application

Washington Practitioner Application is used by providers applying for the L&I Provider Network.



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