Preparing for a Career Break
U.S. Army Medical Corps
THE STRENGTH TO HEAL OUR NATION’S DEFENDERS.
When you become a urologist and officer on the U.S. Army health care team, your diagnostic and surgical skills will help improve the lives of our Soldiers and their families. Working in one of the world’s largest and most advanced health care organizations, you’ll have access to the latest technology and most advanced procedures. You’ll also rapidly build your career in a ready-made practice with no concerns about overhead costs and malpractice insurance premiums. And, perhaps most importantly, you’ll know that you are making a difference every day.
- $75,000 special pay, paid annually in increments of $25,000 for up to a total of three years. Must have completed a residency program in your specialty
- Receive up to $250,000 for repayment of education loans (up to $40,000 maximum per year)
- Specialized training assistance and a monthly stipend while enrolled in an accredited residency program. Recipients must be a U.S. citizen and will serve in the Army Reserve for a determined amount of time after completing their residency
- Doctor of medicine or doctor of osteopathy degree from an accredited U.S. school of medicine or osteopathy; foreign graduates may apply if they have a 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 (GME) internship
- Completion of a training program in urology
- Between 21 and 42 years of age
- U.S. citizenship
Numerous positions are available worldwide.
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