U.S. Department of Navy
Naval Medical Command
Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
You don't have to join the military to provide medical care to the men and women who serve our Nation.
WE ARE...Civilian Physicians, Dentists, Pharmacists, LCSW, Clinical Psychologists, Occupational Health Nurses, Occupational and Physical Therapists, Speech Pathologists, Audiologists, and many of the professional and allied health care professionals dedicated to providing high quality, economical health care to approximately 700,000 active duty Navy and Marine Corps members, as well as 2.6 million retired and family members.
OUR PHILOSOPHY...Treat the patient and care for the entire family. Our focus is on providing patient- and family-centered care using a multi-disciplinary approach to provide total health care services...not processing insurance paperwork.
WE WORK...In more than 40 world-wide locations in major medical centers, teaching and training hospitals, community hospitals, and clinics, and offer wonderful opportunities to live and work overseas like Japan and Europe.
WE OFFER...Exceptional salary, financial, and work-life benefits such as:
* Malpractice insurance.
* Potential pay incentives (e.g., recruitment pay, relocation pay, retention pay, student loan repayment.
* Health insurance (Navy pays 2/3 of your premium, you pay 1/3 with pre-taxed dollars) you can carry into retirement and cover your spouse.
* Health/dependent care flexibilities
* 401K-type package with employer matching and flexibility to collect an annuity at age 55-57 after 10 years of employment.
* Life insurance (Navy pays 1/3 of your basic insurance premium).
* Long term care insurance.
* 13-26 paid vacation days, 13 paid sick days, 10 paid Federal holidays, and unused vacation/sick days carry over year to year.
* Employee Friendly workplace flexibilities.
* Part-time permanent employees are eligible, on a pro-rated basis, for the same benefits as full-time employees.
Overseas opportunities offer extraordinary benefits such as these:
* In addition to your pay, potential monetary allowances to help defray certain expenses, and some of these allowances are not subject to Federal income tax.
* Extra monetary allowances to cover your temporary lodging expenses, meals, and laundry; housing expenses such as rent, heat, light, fuel, gas, electricity, and water; cost of living; home leave to be taken in the U. S.; and much more.
* DOD schools are available overseas to provide primary and secondary education if you have children.
* Special medical or educational services for family members.
* Access to base facilities including medical facilities, commissary, and Exchange privileges.
* Local and cultural events organized and hosted by the Morale, Welfare, and Recreation Office.
A list of current openings can be found at DON-Physician.usajobs.gov.
NAVY MEDICINE. WORLD CLASS CARE...ANYTIME...ANYWHERE.