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Minnesota National Guard
Medical Careers
Medical Careers

The National Guard offers physicians and medical students the opportunity to broaden their professional horizons.  National Guard physicians train side-by-side with some of the country's - and the world's - premiere physicians.  They utilize unique medical equipment designed to meet the rigorous conditions of military medicine.
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Become an Army Medical Department Officer

The Army National Guard offers physicians and medical students the opportunity to broaden their professional horizons. Army National Guard physicians train side-by-side with some of the country's - and the world's - premiere physicians. They utilize unique medical equipment designed to meet the rigorous conditions of military medicine. Professional development and training are foundations of the Army Medical Corps. Army National Guard physicians have the opportunity to attend many specialized courses and seminars not always available to civilians. Military training courses are also available to prepare physicians for key leadership and staff positions.

Medical and dental students and licensed professionals click here for an in-depth look at the incentives available to you as an appointed Medical Corps Officer in the Army National Guard.  These include up to $240,000 in loan repayment, up to $75,000 in special pay and multiple student officer programs.

Physician Assistant, Physical Therapist, Family Nurse Practitioner, Social Work and Clinical Psychology students and licensed professionals click here for an in-depth look at the incentives available to you as an appointed Specialty Corps or Medical Services Corps Officer in the Army National Guard.  These include up to $75,000 in loan repayment and up to $60,000 in special pay.

Please contact Capt. Tony Hodgkins for assistance at tony.d.hodgkins.mil@mail.mil, or (651) 281-3817.

Specialties

Major Duties
- The medical specialist provides emergency and outpatient and inpatient medical care/treatment for battle and non-battle casualties in both wartime and peacetime environments. 

Entry Level- Administers emergency medical treatment to battlefield casualties, assists with outpatient care and treatment or assists with inpatient care and reattempt under supervision of physician, nurse, physician's assistant or noncommissioned officer. 

Skill Level 2
- Administers emergency and routine medical treatment to battle and non-battle casualties, assists with outpatient care and treatment and supervises field and clinical medical facilities under supervision of physician, nurse or physician's assistant.

 

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