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Medical Delivery Driver        Kreg Therapuetics        Wilmington

Description: Kreg Therapeutics, a provider of specialty medical equipment, is seeking to hire a Medical Delivery Driver. This position is responsible for the delivery, service, and pick-up of Kreg Therapeutics' rental medical equipment. MDDs must be able to communicate with Central Dispatch and mindfully assist with customer needs. MDD's prepare equipment for patient use with meticulous maintenance, disinfecting and testing. Physical Demands: While performing the duties of this job, the employee will be required to stand and walk during the majority of his/her shift. Must be able to carry and move 50 lbs. Must be able to load a 1000lb hospital on to a truck. which may require bending, laying on the floor or kneeling to secure the bed before and after transport. Must be able to apply the required force to maneuver and stop the movement of a 1000lb hospital bed. Must be able to push, turn or pull a 1000lb bed throughout the facility to a patient care room. May be required to drive 10-250 miles daily. Must be able to stand, kneel, stoop for up to 8hrs daily to clean and disinfect equipment. Must be able to climb up and down a two-foot step from the truck deck to ground level multiple times per day. Requirements: Deliver, service and pick-up medical equipment from facilities. Become skilled at testing, troubleshooting, repairing, operating all Kreg Therapeutics products. Maintain company vehicles in a clean and orderly manner. Clean and disinfect rental equipment in accordance with Kreg Therapeutics policies and procedures. Accurately complete daily reporting requirements. Initiate and maintain positive interactions with all customers. Responsible for completing orders in the designated time frame. Meet all competency expectations to operate a 26-foot box truck. Meets all company safe driving expectations. Maintain communication with central dispatch at all times regarding customer orders. Kreg Therapeutics, Inc. offers: Comprehensive training. Medical. Dental. 401K. Vision. Life, Short & Long Term Disability. Pet Insurance. Rapid opportunity for advancement based on performance in a fast-growing medical device industry. PI203188217
2023-02-05T13:31:19Z        

Medical HPSP        United States Army        Claymont

THE ARMY HEALTH CARE ADVANTAGE As a member of the Army health care team, you’ll receive benefits that you won’t 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. The U.S. Army Medical Department 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. THE ARMY MEDICAL COMMAND IS COMPOSED OF SIX CORPS Each Medcom Corps has a specific function that works together as a team to maintain the U.S. Army’s high standards in patient care. Caucasian female Anesthesiologist providing anesthesia to patient while Caucasian male general Surgeon performs surgery in hospital operating room. ARMY MEDICAL CORPS Contains over 40 specialties, from internal medicine and neurosurgery to pathology, anesthesiology, and psychiatry. Army Medical Corps physicians practice in three main areas: Operational Medicine Clinical Medicine Research Medicine ARMY MEDICAL JOBS Caucasian male SPC Lab Technician wearing OCP holding test tubes inside a medical office. MEDICAL SERVICE CORPS The Medical Service Corps is the most diverse branch of the U.S. Army. This Corps is home to medical administrative, scientific, and provider specialties, from direct patient care to management of the U.S. Army’s health service system. Disciplines include: Behavioral Sciences Health Services Laboratory Sciences Optometry Pharmacy Podiatry Preventative Medicine MEDICAL SERVICE JOBS Male Physical Therapist wearing OCP training with a male soldier wearing APFU inside during the daytime. MEDICAL SPECIALIST CORPS The Medical Specialist Corps is home to four distinct specialties: Physical Therapists Occupational Therapists Clinical Dietitians Physician Assistants MEDICAL SPECIALIST JOBS Caucasian female CPT Veterinarian wearing OCP kneeling in Veterinary office with a dog. VETERINARY CORPS The Veterinary Corps conducts and oversees all Department of Defense veterinary service activities. Army Veterinary Corps Officers are responsible for preventing contagious and zoonotic diseases, providing care to military working dogs, caring for ceremonial horses, treating family pets, and even supporting Human-Animal Bond Programs at military hospitals. Veterinary Preventative Medicine Laboratory Animal Medicine Veterinary Pathology Veterinary Comparative Medicine Veterinary Clinical Medicine VETERINARY JOBS Emergency Medical Staff examining patient wearing OCP inside an Emergency Room. ARMY NURSE CORPS The Army Nurse Corps represents more than 11,000 Soldiers dedicated to providing high-tech, quality health care for military personnel, their families, and military retirees all over the world. They support humanitarian missions and respond to natural disasters, experiences unmatched as a civilian nurse. Army nurses choose one of five specialties: Critical Care Mental Health Perioperative Emergency Trauma Gynecology/Obstetrics ARMY NURSE JOBS Female Dental Specialist and Dentist holding dental equipment with patient indoors. ARMY DENTAL CORPS The Army Dental Corps teaches more residents than any other institution in the country. It maintains modern dental facilities both in the U.S. and abroad in diverse countries. The Army’s Specialty Residency Programs produce graduates regularly scoring in the top 95th percentile. The Army Dental Corps is comprised of nine specialties: Comprehensive Dentistry Oral Surgery Maxillofacial Surgery Orthodontistry Prosthodontistry General Dentistry Oral Pathology Public Health ARMY DENTAL JOBS Caucasian male ROTC Cadet wearing graduation robe standing facing Major in dress blues and family outside during the day. WE’LL HELP PAY FOR YOUR EDUCATION The Army will fund medical school for those aspiring to serve. Through the U.S. Army’s Health Professions Scholarship Program (HPSP), you can: Graduate from medical school debt-free Earn a $2,400 monthly allowance Receive a $20,000 sign-on bonus HPSP & NURSE SCHOLARSHIPS
2023-02-01T04:32:57Z        

Medical HPSP        United States Army        Wilmington

THE ARMY HEALTH CARE ADVANTAGE As a member of the Army health care team, you’ll receive benefits that you won’t 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. The U.S. Army Medical Department 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. THE ARMY MEDICAL COMMAND IS COMPOSED OF SIX CORPS Each Medcom Corps has a specific function that works together as a team to maintain the U.S. Army’s high standards in patient care. Caucasian female Anesthesiologist providing anesthesia to patient while Caucasian male general Surgeon performs surgery in hospital operating room. ARMY MEDICAL CORPS Contains over 40 specialties, from internal medicine and neurosurgery to pathology, anesthesiology, and psychiatry. Army Medical Corps physicians practice in three main areas: Operational Medicine Clinical Medicine Research Medicine ARMY MEDICAL JOBS Caucasian male SPC Lab Technician wearing OCP holding test tubes inside a medical office. MEDICAL SERVICE CORPS The Medical Service Corps is the most diverse branch of the U.S. Army. This Corps is home to medical administrative, scientific, and provider specialties, from direct patient care to management of the U.S. Army’s health service system. Disciplines include: Behavioral Sciences Health Services Laboratory Sciences Optometry Pharmacy Podiatry Preventative Medicine MEDICAL SERVICE JOBS Male Physical Therapist wearing OCP training with a male soldier wearing APFU inside during the daytime. MEDICAL SPECIALIST CORPS The Medical Specialist Corps is home to four distinct specialties: Physical Therapists Occupational Therapists Clinical Dietitians Physician Assistants MEDICAL SPECIALIST JOBS Caucasian female CPT Veterinarian wearing OCP kneeling in Veterinary office with a dog. VETERINARY CORPS The Veterinary Corps conducts and oversees all Department of Defense veterinary service activities. Army Veterinary Corps Officers are responsible for preventing contagious and zoonotic diseases, providing care to military working dogs, caring for ceremonial horses, treating family pets, and even supporting Human-Animal Bond Programs at military hospitals. Veterinary Preventative Medicine Laboratory Animal Medicine Veterinary Pathology Veterinary Comparative Medicine Veterinary Clinical Medicine VETERINARY JOBS Emergency Medical Staff examining patient wearing OCP inside an Emergency Room. ARMY NURSE CORPS The Army Nurse Corps represents more than 11,000 Soldiers dedicated to providing high-tech, quality health care for military personnel, their families, and military retirees all over the world. They support humanitarian missions and respond to natural disasters, experiences unmatched as a civilian nurse. Army nurses choose one of five specialties: Critical Care Mental Health Perioperative Emergency Trauma Gynecology/Obstetrics ARMY NURSE JOBS Female Dental Specialist and Dentist holding dental equipment with patient indoors. ARMY DENTAL CORPS The Army Dental Corps teaches more residents than any other institution in the country. It maintains modern dental facilities both in the U.S. and abroad in diverse countries. The Army’s Specialty Residency Programs produce graduates regularly scoring in the top 95th percentile. The Army Dental Corps is comprised of nine specialties: Comprehensive Dentistry Oral Surgery Maxillofacial Surgery Orthodontistry Prosthodontistry General Dentistry Oral Pathology Public Health ARMY DENTAL JOBS Caucasian male ROTC Cadet wearing graduation robe standing facing Major in dress blues and family outside during the day. WE’LL HELP PAY FOR YOUR EDUCATION The Army will fund medical school for those aspiring to serve. Through the U.S. Army’s Health Professions Scholarship Program (HPSP), you can: Graduate from medical school debt-free Earn a $2,400 monthly allowance Receive a $20,000 sign-on bonus HPSP & NURSE SCHOLARSHIPS
2023-02-01T04:32:57Z        

Medical HPSP        United States Army        Elsmere

THE ARMY HEALTH CARE ADVANTAGE As a member of the Army health care team, you’ll receive benefits that you won’t 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. The U.S. Army Medical Department 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. THE ARMY MEDICAL COMMAND IS COMPOSED OF SIX CORPS Each Medcom Corps has a specific function that works together as a team to maintain the U.S. Army’s high standards in patient care. Caucasian female Anesthesiologist providing anesthesia to patient while Caucasian male general Surgeon performs surgery in hospital operating room. ARMY MEDICAL CORPS Contains over 40 specialties, from internal medicine and neurosurgery to pathology, anesthesiology, and psychiatry. Army Medical Corps physicians practice in three main areas: Operational Medicine Clinical Medicine Research Medicine ARMY MEDICAL JOBS Caucasian male SPC Lab Technician wearing OCP holding test tubes inside a medical office. MEDICAL SERVICE CORPS The Medical Service Corps is the most diverse branch of the U.S. Army. This Corps is home to medical administrative, scientific, and provider specialties, from direct patient care to management of the U.S. Army’s health service system. Disciplines include: Behavioral Sciences Health Services Laboratory Sciences Optometry Pharmacy Podiatry Preventative Medicine MEDICAL SERVICE JOBS Male Physical Therapist wearing OCP training with a male soldier wearing APFU inside during the daytime. MEDICAL SPECIALIST CORPS The Medical Specialist Corps is home to four distinct specialties: Physical Therapists Occupational Therapists Clinical Dietitians Physician Assistants MEDICAL SPECIALIST JOBS Caucasian female CPT Veterinarian wearing OCP kneeling in Veterinary office with a dog. VETERINARY CORPS The Veterinary Corps conducts and oversees all Department of Defense veterinary service activities. Army Veterinary Corps Officers are responsible for preventing contagious and zoonotic diseases, providing care to military working dogs, caring for ceremonial horses, treating family pets, and even supporting Human-Animal Bond Programs at military hospitals. Veterinary Preventative Medicine Laboratory Animal Medicine Veterinary Pathology Veterinary Comparative Medicine Veterinary Clinical Medicine VETERINARY JOBS Emergency Medical Staff examining patient wearing OCP inside an Emergency Room. ARMY NURSE CORPS The Army Nurse Corps represents more than 11,000 Soldiers dedicated to providing high-tech, quality health care for military personnel, their families, and military retirees all over the world. They support humanitarian missions and respond to natural disasters, experiences unmatched as a civilian nurse. Army nurses choose one of five specialties: Critical Care Mental Health Perioperative Emergency Trauma Gynecology/Obstetrics ARMY NURSE JOBS Female Dental Specialist and Dentist holding dental equipment with patient indoors. ARMY DENTAL CORPS The Army Dental Corps teaches more residents than any other institution in the country. It maintains modern dental facilities both in the U.S. and abroad in diverse countries. The Army’s Specialty Residency Programs produce graduates regularly scoring in the top 95th percentile. The Army Dental Corps is comprised of nine specialties: Comprehensive Dentistry Oral Surgery Maxillofacial Surgery Orthodontistry Prosthodontistry General Dentistry Oral Pathology Public Health ARMY DENTAL JOBS Caucasian male ROTC Cadet wearing graduation robe standing facing Major in dress blues and family outside during the day. WE’LL HELP PAY FOR YOUR EDUCATION The Army will fund medical school for those aspiring to serve. Through the U.S. Army’s Health Professions Scholarship Program (HPSP), you can: Graduate from medical school debt-free Earn a $2,400 monthly allowance Receive a $20,000 sign-on bonus HPSP & NURSE SCHOLARSHIPS
2023-02-01T04:32:02Z        

Medical HPSP        United States Army        Smyrna

THE ARMY HEALTH CARE ADVANTAGE As a member of the Army health care team, you’ll receive benefits that you won’t 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. The U.S. Army Medical Department 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. THE ARMY MEDICAL COMMAND IS COMPOSED OF SIX CORPS Each Medcom Corps has a specific function that works together as a team to maintain the U.S. Army’s high standards in patient care. Caucasian female Anesthesiologist providing anesthesia to patient while Caucasian male general Surgeon performs surgery in hospital operating room. ARMY MEDICAL CORPS Contains over 40 specialties, from internal medicine and neurosurgery to pathology, anesthesiology, and psychiatry. Army Medical Corps physicians practice in three main areas: Operational Medicine Clinical Medicine Research Medicine ARMY MEDICAL JOBS Caucasian male SPC Lab Technician wearing OCP holding test tubes inside a medical office. MEDICAL SERVICE CORPS The Medical Service Corps is the most diverse branch of the U.S. Army. This Corps is home to medical administrative, scientific, and provider specialties, from direct patient care to management of the U.S. Army’s health service system. Disciplines include: Behavioral Sciences Health Services Laboratory Sciences Optometry Pharmacy Podiatry Preventative Medicine MEDICAL SERVICE JOBS Male Physical Therapist wearing OCP training with a male soldier wearing APFU inside during the daytime. MEDICAL SPECIALIST CORPS The Medical Specialist Corps is home to four distinct specialties: Physical Therapists Occupational Therapists Clinical Dietitians Physician Assistants MEDICAL SPECIALIST JOBS Caucasian female CPT Veterinarian wearing OCP kneeling in Veterinary office with a dog. VETERINARY CORPS The Veterinary Corps conducts and oversees all Department of Defense veterinary service activities. Army Veterinary Corps Officers are responsible for preventing contagious and zoonotic diseases, providing care to military working dogs, caring for ceremonial horses, treating family pets, and even supporting Human-Animal Bond Programs at military hospitals. Veterinary Preventative Medicine Laboratory Animal Medicine Veterinary Pathology Veterinary Comparative Medicine Veterinary Clinical Medicine VETERINARY JOBS Emergency Medical Staff examining patient wearing OCP inside an Emergency Room. ARMY NURSE CORPS The Army Nurse Corps represents more than 11,000 Soldiers dedicated to providing high-tech, quality health care for military personnel, their families, and military retirees all over the world. They support humanitarian missions and respond to natural disasters, experiences unmatched as a civilian nurse. Army nurses choose one of five specialties: Critical Care Mental Health Perioperative Emergency Trauma Gynecology/Obstetrics ARMY NURSE JOBS Female Dental Specialist and Dentist holding dental equipment with patient indoors. ARMY DENTAL CORPS The Army Dental Corps teaches more residents than any other institution in the country. It maintains modern dental facilities both in the U.S. and abroad in diverse countries. The Army’s Specialty Residency Programs produce graduates regularly scoring in the top 95th percentile. The Army Dental Corps is comprised of nine specialties: Comprehensive Dentistry Oral Surgery Maxillofacial Surgery Orthodontistry Prosthodontistry General Dentistry Oral Pathology Public Health ARMY DENTAL JOBS Caucasian male ROTC Cadet wearing graduation robe standing facing Major in dress blues and family outside during the day. WE’LL HELP PAY FOR YOUR EDUCATION The Army will fund medical school for those aspiring to serve. Through the U.S. Army’s Health Professions Scholarship Program (HPSP), you can: Graduate from medical school debt-free Earn a $2,400 monthly allowance Receive a $20,000 sign-on bonus HPSP & NURSE SCHOLARSHIPS
2023-02-01T04:31:56Z        

Medical HPSP        United States Army        Hockessin

THE ARMY HEALTH CARE ADVANTAGE As a member of the Army health care team, you’ll receive benefits that you won’t 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. The U.S. Army Medical Department 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. THE ARMY MEDICAL COMMAND IS COMPOSED OF SIX CORPS Each Medcom Corps has a specific function that works together as a team to maintain the U.S. Army’s high standards in patient care. Caucasian female Anesthesiologist providing anesthesia to patient while Caucasian male general Surgeon performs surgery in hospital operating room. ARMY MEDICAL CORPS Contains over 40 specialties, from internal medicine and neurosurgery to pathology, anesthesiology, and psychiatry. Army Medical Corps physicians practice in three main areas: Operational Medicine Clinical Medicine Research Medicine ARMY MEDICAL JOBS Caucasian male SPC Lab Technician wearing OCP holding test tubes inside a medical office. MEDICAL SERVICE CORPS The Medical Service Corps is the most diverse branch of the U.S. Army. This Corps is home to medical administrative, scientific, and provider specialties, from direct patient care to management of the U.S. Army’s health service system. Disciplines include: Behavioral Sciences Health Services Laboratory Sciences Optometry Pharmacy Podiatry Preventative Medicine MEDICAL SERVICE JOBS Male Physical Therapist wearing OCP training with a male soldier wearing APFU inside during the daytime. MEDICAL SPECIALIST CORPS The Medical Specialist Corps is home to four distinct specialties: Physical Therapists Occupational Therapists Clinical Dietitians Physician Assistants MEDICAL SPECIALIST JOBS Caucasian female CPT Veterinarian wearing OCP kneeling in Veterinary office with a dog. VETERINARY CORPS The Veterinary Corps conducts and oversees all Department of Defense veterinary service activities. Army Veterinary Corps Officers are responsible for preventing contagious and zoonotic diseases, providing care to military working dogs, caring for ceremonial horses, treating family pets, and even supporting Human-Animal Bond Programs at military hospitals. Veterinary Preventative Medicine Laboratory Animal Medicine Veterinary Pathology Veterinary Comparative Medicine Veterinary Clinical Medicine VETERINARY JOBS Emergency Medical Staff examining patient wearing OCP inside an Emergency Room. ARMY NURSE CORPS The Army Nurse Corps represents more than 11,000 Soldiers dedicated to providing high-tech, quality health care for military personnel, their families, and military retirees all over the world. They support humanitarian missions and respond to natural disasters, experiences unmatched as a civilian nurse. Army nurses choose one of five specialties: Critical Care Mental Health Perioperative Emergency Trauma Gynecology/Obstetrics ARMY NURSE JOBS Female Dental Specialist and Dentist holding dental equipment with patient indoors. ARMY DENTAL CORPS The Army Dental Corps teaches more residents than any other institution in the country. It maintains modern dental facilities both in the U.S. and abroad in diverse countries. The Army’s Specialty Residency Programs produce graduates regularly scoring in the top 95th percentile. The Army Dental Corps is comprised of nine specialties: Comprehensive Dentistry Oral Surgery Maxillofacial Surgery Orthodontistry Prosthodontistry General Dentistry Oral Pathology Public Health ARMY DENTAL JOBS Caucasian male ROTC Cadet wearing graduation robe standing facing Major in dress blues and family outside during the day. WE’LL HELP PAY FOR YOUR EDUCATION The Army will fund medical school for those aspiring to serve. Through the U.S. Army’s Health Professions Scholarship Program (HPSP), you can: Graduate from medical school debt-free Earn a $2,400 monthly allowance Receive a $20,000 sign-on bonus HPSP & NURSE SCHOLARSHIPS
2023-02-01T04:35:52Z        

Medical HPSP        United States Army        Greenville

THE ARMY HEALTH CARE ADVANTAGE As a member of the Army health care team, you’ll receive benefits that you won’t 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. The U.S. Army Medical Department 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. THE ARMY MEDICAL COMMAND IS COMPOSED OF SIX CORPS Each Medcom Corps has a specific function that works together as a team to maintain the U.S. Army’s high standards in patient care. Caucasian female Anesthesiologist providing anesthesia to patient while Caucasian male general Surgeon performs surgery in hospital operating room. ARMY MEDICAL CORPS Contains over 40 specialties, from internal medicine and neurosurgery to pathology, anesthesiology, and psychiatry. Army Medical Corps physicians practice in three main areas: Operational Medicine Clinical Medicine Research Medicine ARMY MEDICAL JOBS Caucasian male SPC Lab Technician wearing OCP holding test tubes inside a medical office. MEDICAL SERVICE CORPS The Medical Service Corps is the most diverse branch of the U.S. Army. This Corps is home to medical administrative, scientific, and provider specialties, from direct patient care to management of the U.S. Army’s health service system. Disciplines include: Behavioral Sciences Health Services Laboratory Sciences Optometry Pharmacy Podiatry Preventative Medicine MEDICAL SERVICE JOBS Male Physical Therapist wearing OCP training with a male soldier wearing APFU inside during the daytime. MEDICAL SPECIALIST CORPS The Medical Specialist Corps is home to four distinct specialties: Physical Therapists Occupational Therapists Clinical Dietitians Physician Assistants MEDICAL SPECIALIST JOBS Caucasian female CPT Veterinarian wearing OCP kneeling in Veterinary office with a dog. VETERINARY CORPS The Veterinary Corps conducts and oversees all Department of Defense veterinary service activities. Army Veterinary Corps Officers are responsible for preventing contagious and zoonotic diseases, providing care to military working dogs, caring for ceremonial horses, treating family pets, and even supporting Human-Animal Bond Programs at military hospitals. Veterinary Preventative Medicine Laboratory Animal Medicine Veterinary Pathology Veterinary Comparative Medicine Veterinary Clinical Medicine VETERINARY JOBS Emergency Medical Staff examining patient wearing OCP inside an Emergency Room. ARMY NURSE CORPS The Army Nurse Corps represents more than 11,000 Soldiers dedicated to providing high-tech, quality health care for military personnel, their families, and military retirees all over the world. They support humanitarian missions and respond to natural disasters, experiences unmatched as a civilian nurse. Army nurses choose one of five specialties: Critical Care Mental Health Perioperative Emergency Trauma Gynecology/Obstetrics ARMY NURSE JOBS Female Dental Specialist and Dentist holding dental equipment with patient indoors. ARMY DENTAL CORPS The Army Dental Corps teaches more residents than any other institution in the country. It maintains modern dental facilities both in the U.S. and abroad in diverse countries. The Army’s Specialty Residency Programs produce graduates regularly scoring in the top 95th percentile. The Army Dental Corps is comprised of nine specialties: Comprehensive Dentistry Oral Surgery Maxillofacial Surgery Orthodontistry Prosthodontistry General Dentistry Oral Pathology Public Health ARMY DENTAL JOBS Caucasian male ROTC Cadet wearing graduation robe standing facing Major in dress blues and family outside during the day. WE’LL HELP PAY FOR YOUR EDUCATION The Army will fund medical school for those aspiring to serve. Through the U.S. Army’s Health Professions Scholarship Program (HPSP), you can: Graduate from medical school debt-free Earn a $2,400 monthly allowance Receive a $20,000 sign-on bonus HPSP & NURSE SCHOLARSHIPS
2023-02-01T04:35:47Z        

Medical HPSP        United States Army        Camden

THE ARMY HEALTH CARE ADVANTAGE As a member of the Army health care team, you’ll receive benefits that you won’t 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. The U.S. Army Medical Department 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. THE ARMY MEDICAL COMMAND IS COMPOSED OF SIX CORPS Each Medcom Corps has a specific function that works together as a team to maintain the U.S. Army’s high standards in patient care. Caucasian female Anesthesiologist providing anesthesia to patient while Caucasian male general Surgeon performs surgery in hospital operating room. ARMY MEDICAL CORPS Contains over 40 specialties, from internal medicine and neurosurgery to pathology, anesthesiology, and psychiatry. Army Medical Corps physicians practice in three main areas: Operational Medicine Clinical Medicine Research Medicine ARMY MEDICAL JOBS Caucasian male SPC Lab Technician wearing OCP holding test tubes inside a medical office. MEDICAL SERVICE CORPS The Medical Service Corps is the most diverse branch of the U.S. Army. This Corps is home to medical administrative, scientific, and provider specialties, from direct patient care to management of the U.S. Army’s health service system. Disciplines include: Behavioral Sciences Health Services Laboratory Sciences Optometry Pharmacy Podiatry Preventative Medicine MEDICAL SERVICE JOBS Male Physical Therapist wearing OCP training with a male soldier wearing APFU inside during the daytime. MEDICAL SPECIALIST CORPS The Medical Specialist Corps is home to four distinct specialties: Physical Therapists Occupational Therapists Clinical Dietitians Physician Assistants MEDICAL SPECIALIST JOBS Caucasian female CPT Veterinarian wearing OCP kneeling in Veterinary office with a dog. VETERINARY CORPS The Veterinary Corps conducts and oversees all Department of Defense veterinary service activities. Army Veterinary Corps Officers are responsible for preventing contagious and zoonotic diseases, providing care to military working dogs, caring for ceremonial horses, treating family pets, and even supporting Human-Animal Bond Programs at military hospitals. Veterinary Preventative Medicine Laboratory Animal Medicine Veterinary Pathology Veterinary Comparative Medicine Veterinary Clinical Medicine VETERINARY JOBS Emergency Medical Staff examining patient wearing OCP inside an Emergency Room. ARMY NURSE CORPS The Army Nurse Corps represents more than 11,000 Soldiers dedicated to providing high-tech, quality health care for military personnel, their families, and military retirees all over the world. They support humanitarian missions and respond to natural disasters, experiences unmatched as a civilian nurse. Army nurses choose one of five specialties: Critical Care Mental Health Perioperative Emergency Trauma Gynecology/Obstetrics ARMY NURSE JOBS Female Dental Specialist and Dentist holding dental equipment with patient indoors. ARMY DENTAL CORPS The Army Dental Corps teaches more residents than any other institution in the country. It maintains modern dental facilities both in the U.S. and abroad in diverse countries. The Army’s Specialty Residency Programs produce graduates regularly scoring in the top 95th percentile. The Army Dental Corps is comprised of nine specialties: Comprehensive Dentistry Oral Surgery Maxillofacial Surgery Orthodontistry Prosthodontistry General Dentistry Oral Pathology Public Health ARMY DENTAL JOBS Caucasian male ROTC Cadet wearing graduation robe standing facing Major in dress blues and family outside during the day. WE’LL HELP PAY FOR YOUR EDUCATION The Army will fund medical school for those aspiring to serve. Through the U.S. Army’s Health Professions Scholarship Program (HPSP), you can: Graduate from medical school debt-free Earn a $2,400 monthly allowance Receive a $20,000 sign-on bonus HPSP & NURSE SCHOLARSHIPS
2023-02-01T04:31:57Z        

Medical HPSP        United States Army        Edgemoor

THE ARMY HEALTH CARE ADVANTAGE As a member of the Army health care team, you’ll receive benefits that you won’t 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. The U.S. Army Medical Department 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. THE ARMY MEDICAL COMMAND IS COMPOSED OF SIX CORPS Each Medcom Corps has a specific function that works together as a team to maintain the U.S. Army’s high standards in patient care. Caucasian female Anesthesiologist providing anesthesia to patient while Caucasian male general Surgeon performs surgery in hospital operating room. ARMY MEDICAL CORPS Contains over 40 specialties, from internal medicine and neurosurgery to pathology, anesthesiology, and psychiatry. Army Medical Corps physicians practice in three main areas: Operational Medicine Clinical Medicine Research Medicine ARMY MEDICAL JOBS Caucasian male SPC Lab Technician wearing OCP holding test tubes inside a medical office. MEDICAL SERVICE CORPS The Medical Service Corps is the most diverse branch of the U.S. Army. This Corps is home to medical administrative, scientific, and provider specialties, from direct patient care to management of the U.S. Army’s health service system. Disciplines include: Behavioral Sciences Health Services Laboratory Sciences Optometry Pharmacy Podiatry Preventative Medicine MEDICAL SERVICE JOBS Male Physical Therapist wearing OCP training with a male soldier wearing APFU inside during the daytime. MEDICAL SPECIALIST CORPS The Medical Specialist Corps is home to four distinct specialties: Physical Therapists Occupational Therapists Clinical Dietitians Physician Assistants MEDICAL SPECIALIST JOBS Caucasian female CPT Veterinarian wearing OCP kneeling in Veterinary office with a dog. VETERINARY CORPS The Veterinary Corps conducts and oversees all Department of Defense veterinary service activities. Army Veterinary Corps Officers are responsible for preventing contagious and zoonotic diseases, providing care to military working dogs, caring for ceremonial horses, treating family pets, and even supporting Human-Animal Bond Programs at military hospitals. Veterinary Preventative Medicine Laboratory Animal Medicine Veterinary Pathology Veterinary Comparative Medicine Veterinary Clinical Medicine VETERINARY JOBS Emergency Medical Staff examining patient wearing OCP inside an Emergency Room. ARMY NURSE CORPS The Army Nurse Corps represents more than 11,000 Soldiers dedicated to providing high-tech, quality health care for military personnel, their families, and military retirees all over the world. They support humanitarian missions and respond to natural disasters, experiences unmatched as a civilian nurse. Army nurses choose one of five specialties: Critical Care Mental Health Perioperative Emergency Trauma Gynecology/Obstetrics ARMY NURSE JOBS Female Dental Specialist and Dentist holding dental equipment with patient indoors. ARMY DENTAL CORPS The Army Dental Corps teaches more residents than any other institution in the country. It maintains modern dental facilities both in the U.S. and abroad in diverse countries. The Army’s Specialty Residency Programs produce graduates regularly scoring in the top 95th percentile. The Army Dental Corps is comprised of nine specialties: Comprehensive Dentistry Oral Surgery Maxillofacial Surgery Orthodontistry Prosthodontistry General Dentistry Oral Pathology Public Health ARMY DENTAL JOBS Caucasian male ROTC Cadet wearing graduation robe standing facing Major in dress blues and family outside during the day. WE’LL HELP PAY FOR YOUR EDUCATION The Army will fund medical school for those aspiring to serve. Through the U.S. Army’s Health Professions Scholarship Program (HPSP), you can: Graduate from medical school debt-free Earn a $2,400 monthly allowance Receive a $20,000 sign-on bonus HPSP & NURSE SCHOLARSHIPS
2023-02-01T04:32:00Z        

Medical HPSP        United States Army        New Castle

THE ARMY HEALTH CARE ADVANTAGE As a member of the Army health care team, you’ll receive benefits that you won’t 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. The U.S. Army Medical Department 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. THE ARMY MEDICAL COMMAND IS COMPOSED OF SIX CORPS Each Medcom Corps has a specific function that works together as a team to maintain the U.S. Army’s high standards in patient care. Caucasian female Anesthesiologist providing anesthesia to patient while Caucasian male general Surgeon performs surgery in hospital operating room. ARMY MEDICAL CORPS Contains over 40 specialties, from internal medicine and neurosurgery to pathology, anesthesiology, and psychiatry. Army Medical Corps physicians practice in three main areas: Operational Medicine Clinical Medicine Research Medicine ARMY MEDICAL JOBS Caucasian male SPC Lab Technician wearing OCP holding test tubes inside a medical office. MEDICAL SERVICE CORPS The Medical Service Corps is the most diverse branch of the U.S. Army. This Corps is home to medical administrative, scientific, and provider specialties, from direct patient care to management of the U.S. Army’s health service system. Disciplines include: Behavioral Sciences Health Services Laboratory Sciences Optometry Pharmacy Podiatry Preventative Medicine MEDICAL SERVICE JOBS Male Physical Therapist wearing OCP training with a male soldier wearing APFU inside during the daytime. MEDICAL SPECIALIST CORPS The Medical Specialist Corps is home to four distinct specialties: Physical Therapists Occupational Therapists Clinical Dietitians Physician Assistants MEDICAL SPECIALIST JOBS Caucasian female CPT Veterinarian wearing OCP kneeling in Veterinary office with a dog. VETERINARY CORPS The Veterinary Corps conducts and oversees all Department of Defense veterinary service activities. Army Veterinary Corps Officers are responsible for preventing contagious and zoonotic diseases, providing care to military working dogs, caring for ceremonial horses, treating family pets, and even supporting Human-Animal Bond Programs at military hospitals. Veterinary Preventative Medicine Laboratory Animal Medicine Veterinary Pathology Veterinary Comparative Medicine Veterinary Clinical Medicine VETERINARY JOBS Emergency Medical Staff examining patient wearing OCP inside an Emergency Room. ARMY NURSE CORPS The Army Nurse Corps represents more than 11,000 Soldiers dedicated to providing high-tech, quality health care for military personnel, their families, and military retirees all over the world. They support humanitarian missions and respond to natural disasters, experiences unmatched as a civilian nurse. Army nurses choose one of five specialties: Critical Care Mental Health Perioperative Emergency Trauma Gynecology/Obstetrics ARMY NURSE JOBS Female Dental Specialist and Dentist holding dental equipment with patient indoors. ARMY DENTAL CORPS The Army Dental Corps teaches more residents than any other institution in the country. It maintains modern dental facilities both in the U.S. and abroad in diverse countries. The Army’s Specialty Residency Programs produce graduates regularly scoring in the top 95th percentile. The Army Dental Corps is comprised of nine specialties: Comprehensive Dentistry Oral Surgery Maxillofacial Surgery Orthodontistry Prosthodontistry General Dentistry Oral Pathology Public Health ARMY DENTAL JOBS Caucasian male ROTC Cadet wearing graduation robe standing facing Major in dress blues and family outside during the day. WE’LL HELP PAY FOR YOUR EDUCATION The Army will fund medical school for those aspiring to serve. Through the U.S. Army’s Health Professions Scholarship Program (HPSP), you can: Graduate from medical school debt-free Earn a $2,400 monthly allowance Receive a $20,000 sign-on bonus HPSP & NURSE SCHOLARSHIPS
2023-02-01T04:32:01Z        



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