Job ID: 289978532
Last Updated: 8/6/2021
Reserve - Pulmonary Disease/Critical Care Officer - 60F
United States Army Medical Department
U.S. Army Reserve Pulmonary Disease/Critical Care Officer
U.S. Army Medical Corps
PLAY A VITAL ROLE IN THE LIVES OF OUR NATIONS DEFENDERS
As a Pulmonary Disease/Critical Care Physician on the U.S. Army Reserve health care team, you'll examine and treat patients with respiratory ailments, possibly perform medical research and participate in education and training programs. Additionally, when you join the Army Medical Corps, you'll be making a difference in the lives of our Soldiers and the country at large while gaining access to invaluable opportunities, like supporting humanitarian missions, leadership training and a competitive benefit package. Also, you may continue to work in your community and serve when needed. Join us and work alongside professionals at the top of their fields while helping expand the boundaries of pulmonary medicine and critical care.
Benefits may include:
- Health professions special pay for physicians in eligible specialties
- A monthly stipend of approximately $2,400 through the Specialized Training Assistance Program (STRAP) for qualifying physicians in designated medical specialties currently enrolled in an accredited residency program.
- Health Professions Loan Repayment Program (HPLRP) which repays qualifying education loans to lending institutions up to $250,000.
- Travel opportunities.
- Enrollment in the Uniformed Services Blended Retirements System.
- Low-cost medical and dental care for you and your family.
- Commissary and post exchange shopping privileges.
- Specialized training to become a leader in pulmonary medicine.
- Doctor of medicine or doctor of osteopathy degree from an accredited U.S. school of medicine or osteopathy; foreign graduates may apply with permanent certificate from the Educational Council of Foreign Medical Graduates.
- Current license to practice medicine in the United States, District of Columbia or Puerto Rico.
- Eligibility for board certification.
- Completion of at least one year of an approved graduate medical education internship.
- Completion of a training program in pulmonary medicine.
- Between 21 and 55 years of age (waivers granted on a case-by-case basis).
- U.S. citizenship.
- Permanent U.S. residency.
To learn more, visit healthcare.goarmy.com/medical
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