Army Medicine’s global network of facilities employs nurses, physicians, and allied health professionals whose  dedication to the Army Medicine mission promote a collaborative work environment and rewarding careers. 

Learn more about your opportunities to work alongside the medical field’s top specialists, all while taking pride in caring for Army service members, beneficiaries, and their families. 


As a Civilian Corps physician, you’ll practice in state-of-the art facilities with full access to the resources and unmatched expertise of the Army Medicine organization.

Doctors, physicians, and surgeons employed by the U.S. Army Medicine Civilian Corps are fully-licensed, practicing professionals with years of experience in their fields.  We employ professionals across all medical specialties, and are always seeking qualified:

  • Family Practice Physicians
  • Surgeons
  • Pediatricians
  • Emergency Medicine Physicians
  • Psychiatric Physicians
  • Internal Medicine and Sub-Specialties Physicians


The U.S. Army Medicine Civilian Corps proudly employs licensed nurses across all specialties whose skills are vital to providing personalized treatment for Army servicemen and their families.

  • Registered Nurses
  • Licensed Practical Nurses
  • Licensed Vocational Nurses
  • Behavioral Health Nurses
  • Pediatric Nurses
  • Clinical Nurses
  • ICU Nurses

Allied Health Professionals

U.S. Army Medicine Civilian Corps allied health professionals work closely with other medical professionals in Army facilities and their expertise ensures integrated care for service members and their families.

No matter your specialty, there is a place in the Civilian Corps where you can develop your skills while serving those who serve our country.

Behavioral Health

Behavioral health care in the U.S. Army continues to improve thanks to dedicated employees and widespread efforts to reduce the stigma associated with seeking treatment. The U.S. Army Medicine Civilian Corps has career opportunities in the fields of, psychiatry, psychology, social work, and counseling.

By working directly with patients and other experts, behavioral health professionals in the Civilian Corps strive to provide comprehensive treatment for Army service members, veterans, and their families.