Job ID: 289150949
Last Updated: 1/12/2015
U.S. Air Force
SSgt Sean Pitts
Recently the Surgeon General of the United States Air Force tasked Air Force Recruiting Service to go out and find Physicians who want to serve their country in the United States Air Force. That task has now become my mission. Caring for the men and women of the Air Force, their families and retirees is the responsibility of thousands of doctors and specialists like you. As an Air Force Internist, youll do everything you do now, only youll do it without the worries of running a practice, managing overhead expenses or waiting on insurance approvals. Your sole worry will be providing the best care possible to your patients.
Treat and evaluate a wide range of disease processes by caring for the majority of retirees and their families
Inpatient, outpatient and clinical duties
Serve in several ancillary positions, all vital to the operation of a medical center:
o Pharmacy and therapeutics committee member
o Subject matter expert for process improvement teams
o Affiliate faculty of advanced cardiac life support training
Take part in refresher training at The Centers for Sustainment of Trauma and Readiness Skills in a wartime
Participate in graduate medical education, available at several sites for both internal medicine and family
medicine residency programs
Conduct periodic technical seminars for other professional staff for continued delivery of world-class
healthcare to beneficiaries
The reality is this; heroes serving their country today can't afford not to have people like you in the Air Force. Would you consider becoming one of the elite few and make a difference for your country? Complicated procedures and saving lives is nothing new to you. Would you consider treating and saving the lives of deserving Airmen, Soldiers, Sailors, and Marines?
Call me today if there's a patriot in you, then we can discuss your tomorrow. You may send your Curriculum Vitae to me and I will be in contact with you. Or if you would like to speak with me, I am available via phone or email. You may also visit www.airforce.com/healthcare for more information on life in the United States Air Force.
Have a great day and I look forward to hearing from you soon.
John Johnson Jr., TSgt, USAF
Health Professions Director
Office 724-743-5852 Ext. 107
Air Force Recruiting Services
550 D. Street West, Suite 1
Randolph AFB, TX 78150
COMPANY DESCRIPTION - Air Force Recruiting Service - The world's greatest Air Force -- powered by Airmen, fueled by innovation.
Practice medicine not paperwork-Air Force physicians provide medical care for our nations heroes. They work with state-of-the-art medicine in a group practice and participate in humanitarian and aeromedical missions worldwide. You too, can enjoy career growth with great benefits, no malpractice insurance worries or overhead expenses.
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