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Physician Assistant: Commissioned Corps of the US Public Health Service Opportunity

Posted almost 4 years ago by Camille Dyer

Please see attached link:  Physician Assistant | Commissioned Corps of the U.S. Public Health Service
On Sunday, June 28, 2020, 01:23:34 PM EDT, Camille <> wrote:
Check out the new website of the US Public Health Service Commissioned Corps. 

If you (or someone you know) are looking for amazing professional opportunities (with national and international impact) as one of the nation’s elite public health responders - THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY! If you’re looking to protect, promote, and advance the health and safety of the nation - THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY! If you’re looking to join a uniformed service who values leadership, science, and rapid response to public health needs around the world - THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY! The diversity of the Corps and its leadership is unmatched and I’m proud to be one of the elite 6100 USPHS Commissioned Officers! 

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USPHS is looking for:

Physicians (of all specialties)
Pharmacists (PharmD)
Nurses (BSN/RN)
Nurse Practitioners 
Physician Assistant 
Medical Technologist or Clinical Laboratory Scientist
Respiratory Therapists  
Licensed Clinical Social Workers
Clinical Psychologists
Dental Hygienists
Health Information Management Specialists (Health IT)
Health Informatics Specialists
Healthcare Administrators
Medical Healthcare Administrators
Industrial Hygienists
Environmental Health Specialists (BS/MS/PhD in Env Health)
Public Health Professionals (MPH)
Occupational Health and Safety Specialists
Occupational Therapists
Physical Therapists
Speech Language Pathologists

BENEFITS: Free or low cost health and dental care for the service member and dependents (Tricare); Monthly Tax-free housing (BAH) and meal allowances (BAS); Retirement pension plan (Military Retirement after 20 yrs service and Thrift Savings Plan [401K]); Post-9/11 VA GI Bill financial support for education - that you can transfer to spouse or dependent children); Career advancement and pay increases with years of service; College loan repayment; mobility between government agencies  and flexibility to work in a variety of settings.