2 LT Matt DeShazo Medical Service Corps, United States Navy Navy Medical Officer Program Manager Office: (410) Cell: (215)
3 NAVY MEDICINE More than 4,300 physicians, 1,200 dentists and 3,900 nurses provide world-class, hands-on care. More than 2,600 administrative, research and clinical specialists offer vital support in labs and research facilities in the U.S. and around the world. No matter their roles or locations, all are doing what they love for the sake of country and common good.
4 NAVY MEDICINE The world of Navy Health Care is a vast caregiving network, supporting the diverse needs of service members and their families, and spreading goodwill and good health to people in need at home and abroad. At the same time, it is accomplished professionals who set the highest standards of excellence in their respective healthcare careers, in any of four Corps units: Medical Corps (physicians) Nurse Corps Dental Corps Medical Service Corps
5 NAVY MEDICAL SERVICE CORPS HEALTHCARE ADMIISTRATION Take your ability to manage complex systems and put it to use for incredible causes: ensuring that systems are in place to maintain the health of Navy and Marine service members and their families. Then contribute to humanitarian relief efforts around the world, managing projects that are as exciting as they are varied. HEALTHCARE SCIENCES Take your enthusiasm for science and research, and use it to help others around the world. The Navy Medical Service Corps can take you beyond the cutting edge in more than 11 research specialties, from aerospace physiology to microbiology and more. Work with unrivaled support and funding, utilizing technology the private sector may not even know about. CLINICAL CARE PROVIDWERS Whether it s caring for infants or the elderly or treating various conditions that affect the human body, the 10 specialties in Navy Clinical Care are similar to the private sector. But Navy opportunities include access to cutting-edge technology, experience on a whole new level and impressive rewards for making a difference in the world.
6 NAVY MEDICAL SERVICE CORPS HEALTHCARE SCIENCES MICROBIOLOGY BIOCHEMISTRY RADIATION HEALTH ENTOMOLOGY ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH INDUSTRIAL HYGIENCE MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH PSYCHOLOGY PHYSIOLOGY AEROSPACE PHYSIOLOGY CLINICAL CARE PROVIDERS PHYSICIAN ASSISTANTS OPTOMETRY PHYSICAL THERAPY PHARMACY SOCIAL WORK PODIATRY OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY DIETETICS CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY AUDIOLOGY HEALTHCARE ADMINISTRATION GENERAL HCA FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT MEDICAL LOGISTICS PATEINT ADMINISTRATION INFORMATION MANAGEMENT MANPOWER MANAGEMENT EDUCATION & TRAINING MEDICAL CONSTRUCTION OPERATIONS RESEARCH PLANS, OPERATIONS, AND MEDICAL INTELLIGENCE
7 HCA As a Navy Health Care Administrator, you can concentrate your career in one or more of the following areas: Education and Training Management Financial Management General Health Care Administration Health Care Facilities Planning Information Management Manpower Systems Analysis Medical Logistics Management Operations Research Patient Administration Plans, Operations, and Medical Intelligence As an integral part of the Navy Medical Service Corps, you could lead personnel at one of the highly acclaimed National Naval Medical Centers in Bethesda, Maryland; Portsmouth, Virginia; and San Diego, California. Or you could provide administrative support aboard an aircraft carrier, aboard one of two dedicated hospital ships the USNS Comfort and USNS Mercy or in operational units worldwide. No matter where you serve, you ll provide leadership and expertise to support your country, the men and women who defend it, their families and the world at large.
8 Science and Research Specialties As a Navy Health Care Scientist, you can specialize in any one of 11 fields, including everything from aerospace physiology to research psychology, environmental health to industrial hygiene and biochemistry to microbiology. Health Care Science and Research Specialties Aerospace Experimental Psychology Aerospace Physiology Biochemistry Entomology Environmental Health Industrial Hygiene Medical Technology Microbiology Research Physiology Radiation Health Research Psychology
9 BENEFITS COMPETITIVE PAY SCHEDULED PAY INCREASES TAX FREE ALLOWANCES 30 DAYS ANNUAL LEAVE 100% MEDICAL AND DENTAL COVERAGE PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT & TRAINING WORLD-WIDE OPPORTUNITIES AND TRAVEL LOW COST LIFE INSURANCE EXCELLENT RETIREMENT BENEFITS FREE RECREATIONAL FACILITIES PRIDE AND RESPECT PRICELESS!
10 More on Benefits Utilize the latest techniques and technology in state-of-the-art facilities, such as a national naval hospital Collaborate with skilled, dedicated colleagues using unrivaled resources Have the opportunity to support medical relief and education efforts around the globe Attend Officer Development School instead of Boot Camp Take on a leadership role among leaders, giving you unrivaled management experience Few occupations will earn more trust and respect than those related to health care. And in the Navy, your nation s admiration is a validation you ll experience on a whole new level.
11 Educational Opportunities Wherever you are in your professional career, the Navy can help ease your financial burdens and advance your career with generous scholarships, financial assistance and continuing education programs. If you re a student, you can concentrate on your education or training with no military/training obligation until after your program is completed. Depending on where you are in your education or career, you may be eligible for one of these programs: Navy Health Professions Scholarship Program (HPSP) Receive tuition coverage plus a monthly stipend and possibly even a sign-on bonus. Navy Health Services Collegiate Program (HSCP) Receive a monthly salary and housing allowance while finishing your degree. Navy Health Professions Loan Repayment Program (HPLRP) Receive funds to help repay your graduate school loans.