About the Organization
ARMY MEDICAL DEPARTMENT (AMEDD) Pursue a successful health care career at one of the largest and most advanced medical facilities while providing a meaningful service to your country in one of six Army Medical Branches: Medical/Dental/Veterinary/Nurse/Specialty/Medical Service.
As a member of the Army health care team, youll receive benefits that you wont be able to get in a civilian career.
CHALLENGING WORK: Feel inspired with great case diversity and over 40,000 visits coming into the U.S. Army medical facilities and clinics around the world every day. See and study diseases that are not usually encountered in the private sector, and work on vaccines for viruses like Zika and COVID-19 that can have a global impact.
FEWER BARRIERS: Practice medicine with fewer limitations by treating patients not on their ability to pay, but by the treatment you see necessary. AMEDD is one of the few places in the world where comprehensive patient care is the top priority.
SERVE A PURPOSE: Enjoy the deep satisfaction of performing an important service for your country. Make not only a profound difference in the lives of Soldiers in the Army, but in the lives of their families, friends, and the general public.
WORK WITH SUPERIOR TECHNOLOGY: Work with some of the most sophisticated medical technologies available in superior facilities. With more than 300 patents from spray-on skin to operating room robotics, AMEDD professionals develop technologies and tools that reduce recovery times and increase quality of life for patients.
FINANCIAL BENEFITS: Student Loan Repayment, Incentive Pay, Board Certification Pay, Sign on Bonuses, Inexpensive Medical, Dental and Life Insurance for you and your family, housing allowances, plus more!
About the Community
As an AMEDD Healthcare Provider, you will have the opportunity to work in one of the 8 medical centers:
Walter Reed Medical Center (Washington, DC)
Madigan Army Medical Center (Fort Lewis, WA)
Brooke Army Medical Center (Fort Sam Houston, TX)
Womack Army Medical Center (Fort Bragg, NC)
William Beaumont Army Medical Center (Fort Bliss, TX)
Dwight D. Eisenhower Army Medical Center (Fort Gordon, GA)
Landstuhl Army Medical Center (Landstuhl, GE)
Tripler Army Medical Center (Honolulu, HI)
If not placed in one of these locations, there are 19 community hospitals and 65 medical clinics in sites all over the country!
Or, you can choose to stay local and serve in your community as a civilian, and serve as a Healthcare Provider in the Army Reserve part time.
The possibilities are endless!