Working behind the scenes or on the front line of health-care delivery. Caring for the physical or mental health needs of servicemembers or those in a third world country hit by catastrophe. Researching a better way of life or guarding against a threat to human health. It’s how thousands of people perform their Navy Health Care jobs each day.
As a health-care professional, you know how rewarding caring for others can be. In the world of Navy Health Care, you can continue your everyday practice – even as you move beyond the routine.
Serving part-time as a health-care professional in the Navy Reserve, you will encounter unique experiences that will improve your skills and increase your knowledge. You’ll find a level of teamwork that some say is missing in the civilian world. And you can do all of this while working close to home – and according to a schedule that fits your life.
Potential affiliation or sign-on bonuses now available
You may qualify to earn a bonus from $5,000 to $20,000 when you join the Navy Reserve. Contact a Navy Reserve Recruiter for details. Currently serving in the Navy? Contact your Career Counselor or the Career Transition Office (CTO) for details.
Enlisted or Officer – what's the difference?
All members of the Navy and Navy Reserve are Sailors, first and foremost. Beyond that, Sailors are classified as either Enlisted or Officer. Find out why and what it means.