U.S. Army Medical Recruiting Station Buffalo, NY

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Are you a medical resident concerned about paying off your medical school loans? Watch this free webinar from our Educat...
04/29/2020

Are you a medical resident concerned about paying off your medical school loans? Watch this free webinar from our Education Specialist to learn how programs with the U.S. Army Reserve can provide you with a monthly stipend and loan repayment. These programs will NOT interfere with your residency training, and there is NO active duty obligation.

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/4260667337829538572

04/09/2020
STRAP

Message us today to learn about the Specialized Training Assistance Program for qualified phyisicians, dentists, prosthodontists and oral surgeons currently enrolled in accredited residency programs.

U.S. Army Medical Recruiting Station Buffalo, NY
04/08/2020

U.S. Army Medical Recruiting Station Buffalo, NY

02/03/2020

Capt. Perry Wiseman, a surgical nurse serving with the Mil/Civ Trauma Training Team Program at Cooper University Health Care in Camden, NJ talks about why he chooses to serve with the U.S. Army health care team.

01/30/2020
Capt. Victoria Blackwood, MS

Capt. Victoria Blackwood, the Medical Company Commander at McDonald Army Health Center on Fort Eustis, Virginia talks about why she choses to serve on the U.S. Army health care team.

01/23/2020

Capt. Christopher Julian, occupational therapist with the 1st Battalion, 32nd Infantry Regiment - Chosin of the 1st Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division talks about the opportunities that come with serving on the U.S. Army health care team.

10th Mountain Division

01/21/2020

Capt. Brian Rich, a 63A General Dentist at McDonald Army Health Center on Fort Eustis ,Virginia talks about his decision to serve with the U.S. Army health care team.

01/15/2020

Spc. Anthony Martinez, a Radiology Specialist at McDonald Army Health Center on Joint Base Langley-Eustis talks about why he chooses to serve with the U.S. Army.

#WhatsYourWarrior
#GoArmy
#ArmyMedicine

01/13/2020

1LT Kristina Fallin, MS, a U.S. Army Social Worker currently completing an internship at Guthrie Army Medical Center on Fort Drum, NY sat down to talk about why she chooses to serve on the U.S. Army health care team.

Fort Drum Medical Activity

https://recruiting.army.mil/News/Article-Display/Article/2051787/urgent-news-army-recruiting-discredits-military-draft-t...
01/08/2020
URGENT NEWS: Army Recruiting discredits military draft texts

https://recruiting.army.mil/News/Article-Display/Article/2051787/urgent-news-army-recruiting-discredits-military-draft-texts/fbclid/IwAR2csoV7yYTpO97a_srMsCmxKE0UOH7A2n-NWEN9YUuQT_KzUY4RhdS2-Do/

Fact check: The U.S. Army is NOT contacting anyone regarding the draft. If you are receiving texts, phone calls or direct messages about a military draft, they are not official communications from the U.S. Army.

The U.S. Army does not control the draft. Per the Selective Service System, the agency that oversees the draft, in the event that a national emergency necessitates a draft, Congress and the president would need to pass official legislation to authorize a draft.

A number of fraudulent text messages informing individuals they have been selected for a military draft have circulated throughout the country this week.U.S. Army Recruiting Command has received

01/08/2020

U.S. Army Capt. Thierry Fouapon, MS, a Public Health Officer at McDonald Army Health Center on Fort Eustis, Virginia, talks about his service with the Army Medical Department.

#WhatsYourWarrior
#GoArmy
#AMEDD
#Service
#PublicHealth
#MedicalServiceCorps

U.S. Army Medical Recruiting Station Buffalo, NY
01/06/2020

U.S. Army Medical Recruiting Station Buffalo, NY

01/06/2020

Maj. Benjamin Ingram, a Physician Assistant, and current Officer In Charge of the Elkridge Medical Recruiting Station, talks about why he decided to join the Army, and why he continues to serve.

#WhatsYourWarrior
#GoArmy
#AMEDD
#Service

07/05/2019
01/12/2019

Health Care Scholarships provided for those that are qualified. Please inquire if interested.

1LT Noble
02/23/2018

1LT Noble

Untitled Album
02/01/2018

Untitled Album

Welcome to Buffalo
01/31/2018

Welcome to Buffalo

Welcome to Buffalo
01/30/2018

Welcome to Buffalo

Erie Family Nurse Practitioner Conference
01/30/2018

Erie Family Nurse Practitioner Conference

07/20/2017

Welcome to the Buffalo Army Medical Recruiting Page. If you have questions regarding a future in the Army as a Medical or Dental Officer please feel free to contact our office we will be glad to assist you.

University of Buffalo School of Medicine 2014 BBQ, sponsored by US Army Medical Recruiting Buffalo Center
08/18/2014

University of Buffalo School of Medicine 2014 BBQ, sponsored by US Army Medical Recruiting Buffalo Center

Thank you LTC Bone and COL Fristoe for all the support
08/18/2014

Thank you LTC Bone and COL Fristoe for all the support

UB Dental School BBQ sponsored by US Army Medical Recruiting Buffalo Center
08/18/2014

UB Dental School BBQ sponsored by US Army Medical Recruiting Buffalo Center

1LT Allison Brown Commission Ceremony, Congratulations!
08/18/2014

1LT Allison Brown Commission Ceremony, Congratulations!

University of Buffalo School of Medicine white coat ceremony. Supporting our new Army HPSP recipients.
08/18/2014

University of Buffalo School of Medicine white coat ceremony. Supporting our new Army HPSP recipients.

UB Dental School BBQ sponsored by US Army Medical Recruiting Buffalo Center
08/18/2014

UB Dental School BBQ sponsored by US Army Medical Recruiting Buffalo Center

08/07/2014
Army Medicine - Surgical Specialties

Register to attend this free Virtual Career Fair to learn how you could make a difference as you work in an environment dedicated to helping our Soldiers and their families. As a physician and officer on the U.S. Army health care team, you’ll enter an established practice that provides generous benefits and no overhead or malpractice insurance costs. Surrounded by professionals that are at the top of their fields, you’ll be a part of our multidisciplinary team that shares your passion for excellence.

Benefits include:
– Paid continuing education
– $252,000 signing (accession) bonus
– 30 days of paid vacation earned annually
– Non-contributory retirement benefits with 20 years of qualifying service
– No-cost or low-cost medical and dental care for you and your family
– Commissary and post exchange shopping privileges
– Flexible, portable retirement savings and investment plan similar to a 401(k)
– Privileges that come with being an officer in the U.S. Army
– Training to become a leader in your field

http://engage.vevent.com/rt/armymedicine~surgery?code=first

U.S. Army Medical Recruiting Station Buffalo, NY's cover photo
05/21/2014

U.S. Army Medical Recruiting Station Buffalo, NY's cover photo

U.S. Army Medical Recruiting Station Buffalo, NY's cover photo
05/21/2014

U.S. Army Medical Recruiting Station Buffalo, NY's cover photo

04/02/2014

Working in Emergency Medicine, you'll treat the most appreciative patients you will ever encounter when they are in the earliest stages of trauma and disease. You will work to stabilize the patient, formulate a diagnosis and work as a team with other physicians to ensure the best possible medical outcome. This is your chance to enrich your career - and save a hero's life. You'll work hand-in-hand with some of the most talented and experienced doctors in the world. You'll have access to the latest techniques and best equipment available. The opportunities for learning and adventure are limitless. Benefits As a physician, you will enter the Reserves as a Captain. This title brings prestige and respect. As a Commissioned Officer, you will receive ongoing training that will help you inspire and encourage others. In time, you'll become a manager, problem solver, influencer and planner. Additional benefits include: Post 9/11 G.I. Bill: As a practicing physician you may be eligible for educational benefits. With six or more years in the Armed Forces, these benefits are also transferable to your spouse. Health Professionals Loan Repayment, up to $250,000, Health Professionals Special Pay, Battle Assembly and Annual Training Pay Comprehensive health care coverage Paid training and continuing education Retirement benefits 400k Life Insurance Policy

US Army Commission Ceremony, 2LT Alcalde, Dental Corps Officer
03/26/2014

US Army Commission Ceremony, 2LT Alcalde, Dental Corps Officer

Congratulations 2LT Moore on his Medical Residency Match, Emergency Medicine at Fort Sam Houston, TX
03/25/2014

Congratulations 2LT Moore on his Medical Residency Match, Emergency Medicine at Fort Sam Houston, TX

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Friday 09:00 - 15:00

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