Navy Medical Jobs for Officer Applicants (2024)

Last Updated on November 16, 2023

This guide provides useful information for those who wish to pursue a medical career in the U.S. Navy as a Naval Officer during Fiscal Year 2024.

There are many medical jobs in the Navy, both Officer and Enlisted. However, this article covers the healthcare-related jobs available for Navy Officer applicants.

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Naval Officer Medical Jobs

Navy Medical Corps Officer

A Medical Corps Officer is a Staff Corps Officer in the Navy who provides care to military members and their families in the same manner that a civilian doctor would. The Navy Officer designator code for Medical Corp Officer is 2100.

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Navy Medical Service Corps Officer

A Medical Service Corps (MSC) Officer is a Staff Corps Officer in the Navy who is a member of the most diversified Corps within Navy Medicine, serving either in healthcare administration, healthcare science, or clinical healthcare. The Navy Officer designator code for the Medical Service Corps is 2300.

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Navy Dental Corps Officer

A Dental Corps Officer is a Staff Corps Officer in the Navy who provides high-quality dental care to Sailors, Marines, and other service members, as well as their families, wherever duty takes them. The Navy Officer designator code for Navy Dental Corps Officer is 2200.

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Navy Nurse Corps Officer

A Navy Nurse Corps Officer is a Staff Corps Officer in the United States Navy. They deliver exceptional nursing care wherever it is needed, from Navy medical treatment facilities and ships to humanitarian relief operations all over the world. The designator code for Navy Nurse Corps Officer is 2900.

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More Information

If you want more information about a medical-related career in the Navy as a Naval Officer, the next logical step is to contact a Naval Officer Recruiter.

Let us start figuring out how you can benefit from becoming an Officer in Navy Medicine – or if it is even the right career move for you.

If you’re interested in learning other opportunities, you may find other commissioning programs in the Navy here.

Hope you found this helpful to your career planning.

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