Officer Accessions
The Officer Medical Corps

MEDICAL CORPS

Consider the following:

  • Take your medical career to the next level. Be a leader. Be a pioneer. Apply the energy and enthusiasm that first inspired you to study and practice it every day with other focused and committed professionals.
  • As a Physician and Officer in the Army National Guard, you'll join as a leader. You'll also do much more than practice medicine. You'll be given the opportunity to participate and innovate. In short, you'll have a chance to “make your mark.”
  • Becoming an Army National Guard Officer gives you an experience unmatched anywhere in the civilian world. Depending on your specialty, it can help you get where you want to be financially, professionally and personally through generous financial incentives, continuing education courses, seminars and conferences.

Requirements:

To qualify for an Officer appointment in the Army National Guard Medical Corps, you must:

  • Meet the prescribed medical and moral standards for appointment as a commissioned Officer;
  • Be a United States citizen;
  • Be a graduated of an accredited U.S. school of medicine or osteopathy, or have a certificate from the Education Council of Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG);
  • Have completed a graduate medical education program approved by Accreditation Council of Graduate Medical Education;
  • Have a current unrestricted license to practice medicine in a state of the United States, District of Columbia, Puerto Rico or a territory of the United States;
  • Be able to obtain a secret security clearance.

Serious Commitment, Serious Benefits:

MEDICAL STUDENT PROGRAMS

As a Medical Student in the Army National Guard, there are many ways you can serve and earn money while you are in medical school:

RESOURCES: