The U.S. Army Medicine Civilian Corps is comprised of civilian healthcare professionals employed by the Federal Government. Civilian Corps employees serve our country by caring for Army service members but are not subject to military requirements such as "boot camp," military uniforms, or deployment.
U.S. Army Medicine Civilian Corps employees work closely alongside their military counterparts within the United States Army Medical Command (MEDCOM), a division of U.S. Army Medicine. In clinics and hospitals across the world, they facilitate the care of active Army personnel, veterans, and their families.
The United States Army Medical Command, an agency sub-component of the Department of the Army, was listed as one of The Best Places to Work in the Federal Government in 2014 by employees.
To hear from current Civilian Corps employees and to learn more about the organization, visit our Video Gallery.
- Promote, Sustain and Enhance Solider Health
- Train, Develop and Equip a Medical Force that Supports Full Spectrum Operations
- Deliver Leading Edge Health Services to Our Warriors and Military Family to Optimize Outcomes
- Selfless Service
- Personal Courage
Our Strategic Themes
- Maximize Value in Health Services
- Provide Global Operational Forces
- Build the Team
- Balance Innovation with Standardization
- Optimize Communication and Knowledge Management