Many former active duty personnel who are now U.S. Army Medicine Civilian Corps employees often state, “Going from active duty service to civilian service is the right career move without a doubt.”
As a leading staffing source in the Army Medicine workforce, the U.S. Army Medicine Civilian Corps recognizes PTSD Awareness Month with persistent recruitment efforts, seeking qualified candidates to staff the Behavioral Health Service Line as well as other positions worldwide.
The U.S. Army Medicine Civilian Corps has recognized National Mental Health Awareness Month with continued dedicated recruitment efforts to staff Army Medicine’s Behavioral Health Service Line (BHSL). The Civilian Corps assists Army Medicine with the staffing of EBH clinics across the command and continues to seek qualified health care providers for these and other positions nationwide.
The U.S. Army Medicine Civilian Corps continues to seek health care providers with its 2014 recruitment efforts.
Known as “an integral and inseparable component” of Army Medicine, the Civilian Corps celebrates 18 years of dedicated service on Wednesday, March26, 2014.
Scheduling multiple dental visits will soon be unnecessary for most Soldiers thanks to the Go First Class (GFC) program led by the U.S. Army Dental Command (DENCOM). Under the new initiative, Soldiers will receive routine oral care procedures including exams, cleanings, tooth varnishing, and simple fillings in a single appointment.
The Civilian Corps of the United States Army Medical Command (MEDCOM) is dedicated to spreading awareness of opportunities for those with disabilities. Civilian Corps representatives will attend the Careers and the disABLED Career Expo for People with Disabilities Friday, July 19 at 10:00 a.m. The event will be held at The New Yorker Hotel in New York, N.Y. Event attendees will have the opportunity to interact with Civilian Corps representatives and learn more about rewarding opportunities with the Civilian Corps.
The Civilian Corps of the United States Army Medical Command (MEDCOM) recognizes June as National Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Awareness Month and continues to pursue qualified behavioral health candidates to staff Army hospitals and clinics worldwide. Behavioral Health remains a priority focus within Army Medicine and specifically for Civilian Corps as they continue to provide the best quality of care to Army Soldiers, beneficiaries and their families.
Dr. Joseph Harrison, Chief of Civilian Recruitment and Retention, Headquarters U.S. Army Medical Command (MEDCOM), attends the 2013 Amputee Coalition National Conference in Orlando, Fla. The event will be held at the Renaissance Orlando at Sea World June 27-29.
The grand opening of 4th Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division’s Embedded Behavioral Health Center was held June 18 at bldg 1170, behind Glory Chapel. Col. Mark C. Wilhite, Bayne-Jones Army Community Hospital commander, opened the event by signing the Army Medicine Health Care Covenant.