Setting benchmarks in caregiving Clinical Care Providers

Their jobs include everything from designing aural rehabilitation programs to helping a young hero return to independent living to heading up pharmacies aboard 1,000-bed hospital ships. These are the Clinical Care Providers of America’s Navy.

Navy Medical Service Corps Officers who pursue clinical care professions directly attend to those who defend this country and those who cannot defend themselves across the globe. Navy Clinical Care Providers can specialize in any one of 10 fields, from clinical psychology to physical therapy, dietetics to podiatry.

You may even find a generous scholarship program if you are pursuing a master’s degree in a select specialty area. Or, if you’re already a practicing professional, you may find generous educational and financial assistance offers. And no matter where you are in your career, you’ll find exceptional benefits, ongoing training opportunities, and the time and resources to treat patients as you see fit.

As an Officer on the highly respected Navy Health Care team, you'll discover the ability to make a lasting impact on people’s lives every single day.

Clinical Care Provider Specialties

Clinical Psychology
Dietitian/Food Management
Occupational Therapy
Physical Therapy
Physician Assistant
Social Work

Consider Your Service Options.

There are different ways that you can commit to serve in America's Navy. Besides full-time opportunities in Active Duty, part-time Reserve positions are also available in this career area.