Army Medical department (AMEDD)

As an officer in one of the six corps encompassed by the Army medical Department, you’ll be a member of one of the best health care teams in the world.

In the Medical Corps, Army physicians and surgeons work in some of the finest medical facilities, including Brooke, Walter Reed, Madigan, and Tripler Army Medical Centers. Positions exist in patient care, teaching, research, and management.

In the Army Nurse Corps, nurses are given opportunities not readily available in the civilian world. When you become an Army nurse, you will have many opportunities for professional growth, including clinical specialty courses.

As a practitioner in the Army dental Corps, dentists will find chances to expand their careers in all specialties, including preventive, surgical, and restorative dentistry.

The Army Medical Specialist Corps and the Medical Service Corps span a wide range of allied health services from physical therapists, dieticians, and pharmacists, to psychologists and more.

Finally, the Veterinary Corps focuses on medical and surgical care, food safety, and defense, and biomedical research and development. This translates into the care of not only working animals and the pets of serve members, but also into overall health of soldiers and the public.