U.S Army Medical Recruiting Station -Birmingham

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Our Premier Virtual Career fair is still happening! Don't miss your chance to talk one-on-one with recruiters and learn ...
06/08/2021

Our Premier Virtual Career fair is still happening! Don't miss your chance to talk one-on-one with recruiters and learn about the variety of healthcare careers, opportunities and signing bonuses the US Army has to offer!

Join us today!

#armymedicine #armynationalhiringdays2021 #goarmy

Our Premier Virtual Career fair is still happening! Don't miss your chance to talk one-on-one with recruiters and learn about the variety of healthcare careers, opportunities and signing bonuses the US Army has to offer!

Join us today!

#armymedicine #armynationalhiringdays2021 #goarmy

*Big news* Today we are kicking off our Premier Virtual Career Fair! This virtual event is scheduled to run today, until...
06/01/2021

*Big news* Today we are kicking off our Premier Virtual Career Fair! This virtual event is scheduled to run today, until June 14th. You will gain the opportunity to chat with recruiters and explore the opportunities and benefits Army medicine has to offer.

Join us today!

#ArmyMedicine #armynationalhiringdays2021 #goarmy

*Big news* Today we are kicking off our Premier Virtual Career Fair! This virtual event is scheduled to run today, until June 14th. You will gain the opportunity to chat with recruiters and explore the opportunities and benefits Army medicine has to offer.

Join us today!

#ArmyMedicine #armynationalhiringdays2021 #goarmy

During U.S. Army National Hiring Days we are giving future candidates the chance to learn more about all the opportuniti...
05/11/2021

During U.S. Army National Hiring Days we are giving future candidates the chance to learn more about all the opportunities #armymedicine has to offer through various virtual career fair events.

From now until June 14th, we will host our Premier Virtual Career Fair featuring each station in your district. During this event you will be able to talk one-on-one with an Army recruiter and learn about the variety of job opportunities and signing bonuses available.

Sign up today at goarmy.com/hiringdays to find your path with the U.S. Army.

#armynationalhiringdays2021 #ArmyMedicine #goarmy #ArmyHiringDays21

During U.S. Army National Hiring Days we are giving future candidates the chance to learn more about all the opportunities #armymedicine has to offer through various virtual career fair events.

From now until June 14th, we will host our Premier Virtual Career Fair featuring each station in your district. During this event you will be able to talk one-on-one with an Army recruiter and learn about the variety of job opportunities and signing bonuses available.

Sign up today at goarmy.com/hiringdays to find your path with the U.S. Army.

#armynationalhiringdays2021 #ArmyMedicine #goarmy #ArmyHiringDays21

JOIN US May 10-June 14 for Army National Hiring Days 2021! During this five-week hiring extravaganza, recruiters will ho...
05/11/2021

JOIN US May 10-June 14 for Army National Hiring Days 2021! During this five-week hiring extravaganza, recruiters will host virtual career fairs across the country to discuss full-time and part-time career options and benefits offered through service with the U.S. Army
and U.S. Army Reserve

https://recruiting.army.mil/.../army-national-hiring.../
#JoinUs | #ArmyHiringDays21

JOIN US May 10-June 14 for Army National Hiring Days 2021! During this five-week hiring extravaganza, recruiters will host virtual career fairs across the country to discuss full-time and part-time career options and benefits offered through service with the U.S. Army
and U.S. Army Reserve

https://recruiting.army.mil/.../army-national-hiring.../
#JoinUs | #ArmyHiringDays21

Lt. Col. Susan Tallman and Command Sgt. Maj. Corey Coubal had a chance to spend time with the teams from the Birmingham ...
04/27/2021

Lt. Col. Susan Tallman and Command Sgt. Maj. Corey Coubal had a chance to spend time with the teams from the Birmingham and U.S. Army Medical Recruiting Station- Mobile. Tallman and Coubal handed at “Gladiator Medals” to show their appreciation for the hard work the two stations contributed in helping the battalion being the top in the US Army Medical Recruiting Brigade during fiscal year 2020. #ArmyMedicine #goarmy US Army Recruiting Command (USAREC) US Army 2nd Medical Recruiting Battalion

"Earth Day isn't just what we do on Apr. 22, it's what the U.S. Army does every day where informed leaders take actions ...
04/22/2021

"Earth Day isn't just what we do on Apr. 22, it's what the U.S. Army does every day where informed leaders take actions to protect Army facilities, infrastructure, & environmental resources." - J.E. Surash, Assistant Secretary of the Army for Installations, Energy & Environment

"Earth Day isn't just what we do on Apr. 22, it's what the U.S. Army does every day where informed leaders take actions to protect Army facilities, infrastructure, & environmental resources." - J.E. Surash, Assistant Secretary of the Army for Installations, Energy & Environment

The 2nd Medical Recruiting Battalion is hosting a Virtual Career Fair on March 18, 2021. We are seeking Practicing Physi...
03/16/2021

The 2nd Medical Recruiting Battalion is hosting a Virtual Career Fair on March 18, 2021. We are seeking Practicing Physicians, Medical Residents, Medical Students, and prospective Medical Students.

#ArmyMedicine #servingtoheal #physician

#OnThisDay in 1942, Army Emergency Relief was founded to help Soldiers and their Families. 79 years later, we remain a S...
02/05/2021

#OnThisDay in 1942, Army Emergency Relief was founded to help Soldiers and their Families. 79 years later, we remain a Soldier's first choice for help. Soldiers helping Soldiers - a lifelong commitment.

#OnThisDay in 1942, Army Emergency Relief was founded to help Soldiers and their Families. 79 years later, we remain a Soldier's first choice for help. Soldiers helping Soldiers - a lifelong commitment.

National Women Physicians Day celebrates the birthday of the first female medical doctor in the U.S., Dr. Elizabeth Blac...
02/03/2021

National Women Physicians Day celebrates the birthday of the first female medical doctor in the U.S., Dr. Elizabeth Blackwell.

Today, we say thanks to those hard-working, trailblazing professionals who provide us with incredible care!

#armymedicine #servingtoheal #physician #freshstart

National Women Physicians Day celebrates the birthday of the first female medical doctor in the U.S., Dr. Elizabeth Blackwell.

Today, we say thanks to those hard-working, trailblazing professionals who provide us with incredible care!

#armymedicine #servingtoheal #physician #freshstart

February is Black History Month -- a time to reflect on more than 400 years of African-American history and heritage. Th...
02/01/2021

February is Black History Month -- a time to reflect on more than 400 years of African-American history and heritage. This month, join us in commemorating the pioneers in military medicine, whose advances have made such an impact on the world today.

#BlackHistoryMonth2021 #armymedicine

February is Black History Month -- a time to reflect on more than 400 years of African-American history and heritage. This month, join us in commemorating the pioneers in military medicine, whose advances have made such an impact on the world today.

#BlackHistoryMonth2021 #armymedicine

01/21/2021
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U.S. Army Health Professions Scholarship Program - Learn how we can help you achieve your medical school goals!

Message us today to start the conversation.

Practice your passion and make a difference. With the U.S. Army and Army Reserve health care team, you can make a differ...
01/19/2021

Practice your passion and make a difference. With the U.S. Army and Army Reserve health care team, you can make a difference in the lives of Soldiers and their families. Message us today to learn how.

healthcare.goarmy.com

#armymedicine #servingtoheal

The #USArmy is working every day to locate, study, and defeat viruses like COVID-19. If you want to join in that fight, ...
01/15/2021

The #USArmy is working every day to locate, study, and defeat viruses like COVID-19. If you want to join in that fight, go to goarmy.com and find your local recruiter today!
#WhatsYourWarrior
#JoinUs

Happy National Pharmacist Day! Today we recognize and honor all pharmacists across the nation. Monitoring the health and...
01/12/2021

Happy National Pharmacist Day! Today we recognize and honor all pharmacists across the nation. Monitoring the health and progress of patients, pharmacists can then ensure the safe and effective use of medication.

Congratulations to LT Ben Memmott, medical student at Rocky Vista University, on matching into the Psychiatry Program at...
01/08/2021

Congratulations to LT Ben Memmott, medical student at Rocky Vista University, on matching into the Psychiatry Program at Darnall Military Medical Center!

#militarymatch #futureofarmymedicine

Congratulations to LT Chelsea Ingle, medical student at Lincoln Memorial University Debusk College of Osteopathic Medici...
01/07/2021

Congratulations to LT Chelsea Ingle, medical student at Lincoln Memorial University Debusk College of Osteopathic Medicine, on matching into the Emergency Medicine Program at San Antonio Military Medical Center-SAMMC!

#militarymatch #armymedicine

Congratulations to LT Regina Parker, a student at Harvard Medical School, on matching into the Radiology program at Walt...
01/07/2021

Congratulations to LT Regina Parker, a student at Harvard Medical School, on matching into the Radiology program at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center!

#militarymatch #armymedicine #futureofarmymedicine

12/16/2020
We're hiring! Contact us today to learn more on how to become a medical professional in the US Army.#goarmy #armymedicin...
12/14/2020

We're hiring! Contact us today to learn more on how to become a medical professional in the US Army.

#goarmy #armymedicine

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We're hiring! Contact us to learn more on how to become an Internal Medicine Physician for the US Army.#goarmy #armymedi...
12/11/2020

We're hiring! Contact us to learn more on how to become an Internal Medicine Physician for the US Army.

#goarmy #armymedicine
US Army 2nd Recruiting Brigade

Each year in the United States, National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day honors all those who lost their lives when Japan a...
12/07/2020

Each year in the United States, National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day honors all those who lost their lives when Japan attacked Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. #ArmyMedicine would like to commemorate this event by recognizing those who made a sacrifice for our country on this day.

#armymedicine #goarmy

Here's a deeper look into the requirements for our Health Professions Scholarship Program. To learn more visit goarmy.co...
12/01/2020

Here's a deeper look into the requirements for our Health Professions Scholarship Program. To learn more visit goarmy.com/amedd or call your local recruiter today!
US Army 2nd Recruiting Brigade
#goarmy #armymedicine

During this month, we recognize the contributions of Native American Soldiers, veterans, civilians, and family members. ...
11/30/2020

During this month, we recognize the contributions of Native American Soldiers, veterans, civilians, and family members. We honor and celebrate the culture of heritage of Native Americans, Alaska Natives, and Native Hawaiians who deeply enrich the quality and character of our Nation.

#NativeAmericanHeritageMonth
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100% FREE TUITION$2400+ MONTHLY STIPEND$20,000 SIGNING BONUS You can't beat that! Contact us today to learn more about H...
11/30/2020

100% FREE TUITION
$2400+ MONTHLY STIPEND
$20,000 SIGNING BONUS

You can't beat that! Contact us today to learn more about HPSP.
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Want to know more about our opportunities for students who are looking to go to medical school? Visit us at goarmy.com/a...
11/26/2020

Want to know more about our opportunities for students who are looking to go to medical school? Visit us at goarmy.com/amedd for more information about our Heath Professions Scholarship Program.

US Army 2nd Recruiting Brigade
#goarmy #armymedicine

11/25/2020

As we get ready reminisce on all we are thankful for, we want to take a moment to show our appreciation for all military families during this month. Today we honor and recognize those unique sacrifices and challenges family members make in support of their loved ones in uniform.

#goarmy #armymedice
US Army 2nd Recruiting Brigade

The Tuition-Free Path to Army Medicine
11/19/2020
The Tuition-Free Path to Army Medicine

The Tuition-Free Path to Army Medicine

From fully funded tuition to a $2,200+ monthly stipend, the Health Professions Scholarship Program allows medical students to focus on what matters most—honi...

Army Medicine Career Opportunities
11/19/2020
Army Medicine Career Opportunities

Army Medicine Career Opportunities

Looking for a job in medicine or the medical field? Check out this video and discover the endless opportunities Army medicine has to offer. Professionals in ...

Staff Sgt. Terrika Span, station commander for the Mobile Medical Recruiting Station, stands by the Hippocrates statue o...
11/17/2020

Staff Sgt. Terrika Span, station commander for the Mobile Medical Recruiting Station, stands by the Hippocrates statue on the campus of University of South Alabama while visiting the university's College of Medicine today.

The statue of the ancient Greek physician stands between the USA Medical Sciences and Health Sciences buildings.

#armymedicine #goarmy
US Army 2nd Recruiting Brigade

Learn about the difference opportunities in the Army for prospective nursing students, CRNAs, AECPs and Soldiers interes...
11/14/2020

Learn about the difference opportunities in the Army for prospective nursing students, CRNAs, AECPs and Soldiers interested in nursing.

SCAN THE CODE AND JOIN US ON OUR BATTALION FACEBOOK PAGE.

Maj. Gen. Kevin Vereen and Command Sgt. Maj. John Foley, stopped by the battalion while visiting the US Army 2nd Recruit...
11/13/2020

Maj. Gen. Kevin Vereen and Command Sgt. Maj. John Foley, stopped by the battalion while visiting the US Army 2nd Recruiting Brigade this week. Also, pictured is Lt. Col. Andi Tallman and Command Sgt. Maj. Corey Coubal.
#armymedicine #goarmy

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The Army Health Care Team is one of the largest comprehensive systems of health care in the country. It's made up of six corps, each with a specific function. DENTAL CORPS An Army Dentist does much more than practice in one area of dentistry. As an Officer and a dentist, you may have the opportunity to advance your education in areas such as: oral surgery, prosthodontics, endodontics, periodontics and orthodontics. MEDICAL CORPS The Army Medical Corps contains over 40 specialties, including internal medicine, neurosurgery, pathology, anesthesiology and psychiatry. As a physician and Officer, you'll do much more than practice medicine. You'll be trained as a leader and you'll be given the opportunity to participate in pioneering medical discovery and research. MEDICAL SERVICE CORPS Behavioral psychology, entomology, hospital administration and nuclear engineering are only some of possible fields for you to consider as a Medical Service Corps Officer. See all the varied fields in the Medical Service Corps. MEDICAL SPECIALIST CORPS As an Officer in the Medical Specialist Corps, you'll provide patient care, wellness education and injury prevention to people of all ages. Your prevention and education efforts will improve Soldier readiness, and your rehabilitation knowledge will help the injured get back on the road to recovery. The four disciplines that make up the Army Medical Specialist Corps are occupational therapy, physical therapy, dietetics and physician assistant NURSE CORPS As an Army Nurse, you'll be able to gain education and experience in such specialties as critical care nursing, medical surgical nursing, anesthesia nursing or community health nursing VETERINARY CORPS As an Army Veterinarian, you have the opportunity to utilize your professional training and experience in a wide variety of areas.

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Active Duty Programs for Physicians/Dentists and Medical/Dental Students

Health Professions Scholarship Program (HPSP)
Dental Corps:
This program provides one, three and four year scholarships for students enrolled in an ADA accredited D.D.S. or D.M.D. program.
Applicant must be a U.S. Citizen. The program provides full tuition, monthly stipend of $2088 for 10 and one-half months and
reimbursement of certain academic fees. Provides Second Lieutenant pay for 45 days during non-active or active duty training (ADT). Appointed and commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the Medical Service Corps while participating in the HPSP
program. Soldier is commissioned as a Dental Corps Captain upon graduation from
dental school. Active duty obligation is year for year for each year receiving the
scholarship with a minimum obligation of three years.

Medical Corps:
Health Professions Scholarship Program (HPSP) —
Program provides up to a four-year scholarship to students accepted to or enrolled in accredited schools of medicine or osteopathy.
Applicant must be a U.S. Citizen. HPSP provides full tuition, monthly stipend of $2088 for 10 and one-half months and reimbursement of certain academic fees. Provides Second Lieutenant pay for 45 days during non-active or active duty training (ADT). Appointed and commissioned as a Second Lieutenant in the Medical Service Corps while participating in the HPSP program. Soldiers are commissioned as Medical Corps Captains upon graduation from medical school. Soldiers incur an active duty obligation of two (2) years for the first two (2) years, or portion thereof, of program participation. Participation for more than two (2) years will result in an additional active duty obligation of one-half (1/2) year for each additional one-half (1/2) year or portions thereof. Health Professions Scholarship Program Accession Bonus (HPSP AB): MC and DC HPSP applicants, regardless of scholarship length, are eligible to receive HPSP AB. Applicants must meet the HPSP eligibility requirement. Provides $20,000 bonus (taxable) paid in three increments between first and second HPSP monthly stipend phase. Amount will be disbursed in $9,000, $9,000 and last payment of $2,000. Active duty obligation in conjunction with HPSP is four (4) years, regardless of length of HPSP participation. The HPSP AB obligation is served concurrently with the HPSP ADSO.

Health Professions Scholarship Program Accession Bonus (HPSP AB):
MC and DC HPSP applicants, regardless of scholarship length, are eligible to receive
HPSP AB. Applicants must meet the HPSP eligibility requirement. Provides $20,000
bonus (taxable) paid in three increments between first and second HPSP monthly stipend phase. Amount will be disbursed in three payments of $9,000, $9,000 and last payment of $2,000. Active duty obligation, served in conjunction with HPSP, is four (4) years, regardless of length of HPSP participation.

Financial Assistance Program (FAP):
Open to physicians at any point during their residency training, such as, Post Graduate Year (PGY) II and above. Certain individuals may be eligible to apply in PGI, based on OTSG guidance. Provides an annual grant $45,000 plus a monthly stipend of $2088. Active duty obligation is two years for the first year of FAP participation plus one-half (1/2) year for each additional one-half (1/2) year (or portions thereof) of participation with a minimum period of two years on active duty. Individuals must be U.S. citizens. Eligibility is determined on a case by case basis by OTSG/GME.

Critical Wartime Skills Accession Bonus (CWSAB)
Provides a $400,000 accession bonus for General Surgery, $400,000 for Neurosurgeon, $292,000 for Pulmonary Medicine, $280,000 for Urology, $276,000 for Emergency Room Physicians, $272,000 for Psychiatrists, $252,000 for Family Practice Physicians, $240,000 for Internal Medicine Physicians, $240,000 for Obstetrics/Gynecology and $220,000 for Preventive Medicine Physicians and Pediatricians who sign a written agreement to serve on Active Duty for not less than 4 consecutive years in exchange for receiving the CWSAB. The payments will be paid in 4 annual payments. The first payment will be requested upon completion of Basic Officer Leadership Course (BOLC) and arrival at the first duty station. The remaining three payments will be made on the anniversary date of the first payment.

Officer Accession Pilot Program (OAPP) Option C
Officer Accession Pilot Program (OAPP) Option Charlie will allow qualified medical
professionals between the ages of 42 and 60 for initial appointment in the Army as
AMEDD officers with only a two-year Military Service Obligation (MSO). Officers are
eligible for year-to-year Board Certification Pay, Additional Special Pay, and Incentive Special Pay. Officers will not be eligible for accession bonuses or multi-year specialty pay. Applicants must be able to complete the full two-year MSO prior to their 62nd birthday. Medical Corps is authorized twelve (12) personnel total from the following AOCs: (60N, 61Z, 60R, 61J, 61W, 60F, 61M, 60T, 61N, 62A, 61H, 60J, 60W, 60K, 60S, 60C, 60P)

Specialized Training Assistance Program (STRAP)
Stipend program for physicians in designated specialties currently enrolled in accredited residency programs. Participants receive a monthly stipend, currently $2088. Participants incur a 1-year obligation in the Army Reserve for every six months or portion thereof of financial assistance. STRAP participants must serve in an Army Reserve Troop Program Unit, AMEDD Professional Management Command, or the Individual Mobilization Augmentee Program after completing residency; must be a U.S. citizen. Eligible AOCs are 60C, 60J, 60K, 60N, 60S, 60T, 60W, 61H, 61J, 61K, 61M, 61N and 62A

Health Professionals Loan Repayment Program (HPLR)
Program provides up to $250,000 for repayment of education loans for physicians in certain specialties (60C, 60J, 60K, 60N, 60S, 60T, 60W, 61H, 61J, 61K, 61M, 61N and 62A) who are serving in an AR Troop Program Units, AMEDD Professional
Management Command, or the Individual Mobilization Program. For each year of
satisfactory service in an Army Reserve Troop Program Unit, AMEDD Professional
Management Command, or the Individual Mobilization Augmentee Program, a
maximum of $40,000 will be applied to an education loan, up to a total of $250,000. Individuals may be eligible, if qualified, to apply for one other Army Reserve incentive. HPLR and STRAP may be offered at the same time.

Medical/Dental School Stipend Program (MDSSP)
Provides a monthly stipend of $2088 to individuals accepted into an accredited medical program. Participants are assigned the primary AOC of 00E67 and branched into the Medical Service Corps as a Second Lieutenant. Must be a US citizen. Incurs a one year obligation in the AR for each 6 months (or partial 6 month period) of financial assistance. Upon completion of residency training must serve in an AR Troop Program Unit, AMEDD Professional Medical Command (APMC) or the Individual Mobilization Augmentee Program.

Nurse Opportunities Active and Reserve

Psychiatric Nurse Health Professions Scholarship Program (HPSP): Active
Active Duty Psychiatric Nurse Program will pay a stipend of $2088 and full tuition
towards obtaining a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner MSN with prescriptive privileges.
Obligation for HPSP is three (3) years Army Reserve

Specialized Training Assistance Program (STRAP): Reserve
MSN STRAP is available as a Recruitment tool for 66B Community Health Nurses, 66CM8 Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner, and 66F Nurse Anesthetists. All MSN STRAP applicants must provide proof of unconditional acceptance to an accredited graduate program. Participants receive a monthly stipend, currently over $2088. Participants incur a 1-year obligation in the Army Reserve for each six months or less of financial assistance and must serve in an Army Reserve Troop Program Unit, AMEDD Professional Management Command, or Individual Mobilization Augmentee Program upon completion of training. Individuals may be eligible, if qualified, to participate in one other Army Reserve incentive program; must be a U.S. citizen.

Eligibility Update Special Pay:
Provides a special pay of $60,000 ($20,000 per year/ max 3 years) for Community Health Nurse (66B), Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner (66CM8), Operating Room Nurses (66E) with BSN or higher, and Nurse Anesthetists (66F) with a BSN or higher. Participants must serve in a U.S. Army Reserve Troop Program Unit (TPU), AMEDD Professional Management Command (APMC), or Individual Mobilization Augmentee (IMA) Program. Individuals may be eligible, if qualified, to participate in one other Army Reserve incentive program. 66H accessions with a BSN or higher are eligible for HPLR only.



Health Professional Loan Repayment Program (HPLR):
Provides education loan repayment for nurses qualified as Nurse Anesthetists,
Community/Public Health, Medical-Surgical and Perioperative Nurses who are serving in an Army Reserve Troop Program Unit, AMEDD Professional Management Command, or the Individual Mobilization Augmentee Program. For each year of satisfactory service in an Army Reserve Troop Program Unit, AMEDD Professional Management Command, or Individual Mobilization Program, a maximum of $20,000 will be applied to an education loan for each of the first two years and $10,000 for the third year for a total of $50,000. First payment is made on the anniversary date upon completion of a good year. Individuals may be eligible, if qualified, to participate in one other Army Reserve incentive program.

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