Clinical Neuropsychologist - Jayna Mercado, Ph.D.
As a civilian, there is opportunity for advancement and access to unique jobs. You are rewarded for your performance and can grow within the organization.
Want to learn more about the Civilian Corps? View any of the employee profiles below to hear about our experiences and find out if this exciting opportunity is the right match for you.
The manner in which technology is presented in the laboratory is constantly evolving – there is always something new to learn. Every military facility is a teaching environment.
Amy Bowles, MD
Traumatic Brain Injury is a new service for the army. We have the responsibility to learn and do things the right way. I have a great deal of support and an incredible team to work with.
Brian Barthol, Pharm.D.
Working for the Civilian Corps has provided me with an educational opportunity to learn and to teach. The availability of electronic medical charts has enabled us to access information, formulate a plan and make recommendations to the medical team.
Everyday that I come to work, I feel extremely proud of the progress I witness. The accessibility to advancements in prosthetics and opportunity to work with individuals, who are willing to sacrifice for our country, means a lot to me.
The patients, families and retirees under my care have served selflessly. I find this type of care very rewarding. Working as an army civilian has given me an opportunity to do both in- and out-patient care.
Kristen Gold Hammer, MD
This is a cause I believe in - I enjoy working with the military community. Civil service has offered me so many opportunities to work in my area of expertise.
Luz Marina Drouillard
I have had the opportunity to work for a Level 1 Trauma Center. Working as a civilian for the Army, we work as a team with organization and structure.
We are focused on patient care and team work. From traumas, to cardiac studies, to focused studies, we are at the cutting edge of medicine.