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185 9th Calvary Regiment Avenue, Bldg. 206, Fort Knox, KY, 40121Leon Artis Goddard, Healthcare Recruiter888 710 2769

          AMEDD Officers Health care professionals who serve as Officers in the U.S. Army Medical Department (AMEDD) enjoy a wide range of opportunities and financial incentives. There are benefits, tangible and intangible, available to Officers who choose to serve full-time in the Army. Active Army professionals are members of a multidisciplinary team focused on providing the best health care possible. Training begins at the AMEDD Center & School and offers a wide array of experience and opportunities within your respective field. You`ll also have opportunities to develop even more specialized skills than those you already have. From continuing education courses and seminars to clinical research and teaching you`ll be able to enhance your level of expertise. The AMEDD Center & School offers 5 Masters Degree Programs and 7 Doctoral Programs to those who qualify.


Army CRNA Opportunities

The US Army has prepared top quality Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs) for nearly 50 years. The US Army Graduate Program in Anesthesia Nursing (USAGPAN) graduates began earning a Masters Degree through University-based affiliations in 1981. The USAGPAN produces the majority of the active duty Army CRNAs and provides specialized training in field anesthesia to ensure that graduates ar...[more]


Contact an Army Healthcare Recruiter on 15 August

To speak to a representative call or text: Sergeant First Class Gilbert Jimenez at (714) 371-6231 or email Staff Sergeant Christopher Sczesny at (714) 380-4950 or email ...[more]


Contact an Army Healthcare Recruiter on 16 August

To speak to a representative call or text: Sergeant First Class Tony Carrizale at (310) 363-2149 or email Sergeant First Class Marlon Johnson at (702) 219-1311 or email[more]

Army Medical Careers

Five Health Care Corps. Endless Career Opportunities. There are more benefits to being part of the U.S. Army health care team than you think. Benefits that can advance your skills and knowledge, shape your perspective, and provide you a comfortable and rewarding lifestyle. Whether you choose the U.S. Army as your career or serve in the U.S. Army Reserve while maintaining your existing practice, you’ll enter as a commissioned Officer. Here's who wer're seeking for a medical career, like no other.

The Army CRNA Experience

Maj. Bethany Parker, CRNA, Commander of 946th FRST, discusses her commissioning in the Army.

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The USAGPAN trains independent CRNAs to function as respected members of the military healthcare team. Army CRNAs provide full-spectrum anesthesia at Army hospitals across the continental United States, Hawaii, Europe, Korea, and anywhere in the world they are needed. ... Consider the, tuition-paid program, USAGPAN as a means to becoming a CRNA! Download the flyer.