As a part of the Army Medical Department (AMEDD), the National Guard Medical Team offers a number of avenues for service and professional growth. The Guard can be a great place to start your healthcare career or an inspiring place to lead others with your experience and expertise. Either way, it's an outstanding way to serve your country and help others. Learn about all the opportunities and benefits for healthcare professionals. Healthcare Officers
Learn about opportunities, training requirements, general eligibility requirements, benefits and other details for medical professionals including physicians, dentists, registered nurses (RN) and family nurse practitioners (FNP). There are also openings for medical and dental students serving as Medical Service Student Professional Officers.
Medical Service Corps
Discover career and leadership opportunities for Medical Service Corps Officers working as medical administrators (Human Resources, Operations, Logistics, Medical Records Managers), social workers (LISW, LCSW), clinical psychologists (Ph.D., Psy.D.), environmental engineers, nuclear physicists and Medevac pilots.
Physician Assistants (PA-C) and Physical Therapists (PT) work side-by-side with Guard physicians as the primary medical officers of their state medical command, infantry, battalion, armored cavalry squadron or other combat arms or support units.
Healthcare Bonuses and Loans
The National Guard offers a bonus and/or student loan repayment program for just about every medical professional specialty or field.
If you don't have your degree, you can still serve in the medical field as an enlisted Soldier