Military Nursing US Navy Careers

One of the hottest job fields in the US military is the medical field, and working to become a nurse is an individual job that is also very popular. Choosing to serve as a Navy trained Nurse means you will have a chance to work in a variety of different situations dealing with and helping patients. You may be called upon to provide emergency care in the field, serving on a response team to a combat or battlefield situation, or you may work more established in a hospital or medical facility. You will often have an opportunity to use technology, materials and state of the Art facilities to assist wounded and medically needy personnel, to help their healing and recovery.

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There are generous programs for financial assistance and scholarships, as well as programs with Navy ROTC to obtain training to become a nurse in the Navy. If you qualify, you can receive up to four years of training paid for by the government, in return for service in the Navy for a specific period as a nurse. Working in the Navy is a challenging and rewarding career, one where you will have the respect of your co-workers as well as being able to perform as a trained Navy Commissioned Nursing specialist. The United States Navy trains different medical personnel, and serving in the Navy means that you will have access to state of the art equipment, and training.

The Navy Nursing program is one that has a rich heritage of assisting military personnel as well as defending and serving their country. You will work with physicians, surgeons, therapists, cardiologists and other medical professionals in dealing with health and illness of Navy and military personnel. The Navy Nursing program is one that has a rich heritage of assisting military personnel as well as defending and serving their country. You will work with physicians, surgeons, therapists, cardiologists and other medical professionals in dealing with health and illness of Navy and military personnel. You will work side by side with doctors and nurses, and other medical Navy Professionals, and work as part of a well oiled medical team.

As you work to help patients you will learn and experience a new meaning of the word “Teamwork.” You will learn and train with some of the best, and you will become close to many of your patients, learning about the brave Sailors, Airmen, Marines, and Soldiers that come into your medical treatment field.

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military dot image Jennifer Tenaglia    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

I’m interested in becoming a Navy Nurse. I am finishing my sophmore year at Chesapeake High School in Pasadena, MD. Can you give me information that will help me in planning the right path to take to reach my goal?


military dot image lauran    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

im joining the navy and im going to be in the medical field right now im only 13 but i was wanting to know some about it before i got older its my dream to help the country and save the ones fighting for it and i no it teaches well behanvor.i have a cousin in it right now named joshua gregory.please give me more information about nursing fields at my emial thank you.


military dot image Brittany    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

Okayy soo i wanna be a Navail Nurse!:D one that is counted as a Marine but a nurse can i get some advice and some help too guide me in the right direction with that plzzz! thanks!!


military dot image Manuel    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

im a filipino and i want to join the us navy.is there any requirements if im not an american?


military dot image Joel Esmenda    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

I am a filipino, and a registered nurse in the Philippines. I have expirience in a medical-surgical unit as a nurse and would like to apply as a Nurse for the navy. I’m hardworking and flexible in any working environment, hoping for your kind response. Thank you.

Sincerely,

Joel Esmenda


military dot image Abiola    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

Dear Sir,
I am interested in pursuing Nursing Career with US Navy. I am not a US citizen but a legal resident.
Please let me know about the admission requirements, Scholarships/grants ( if available).
Looking forward to hearing from you soon.
Best regards.
Abiola


military dot image brittany    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

i am interested in being a nurse in the navy. how can i make this possible? i would like to join as soon as possible


military dot image Krystal    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

One possible path to take would be to apply to a college or university with accredited nursing programs and get a bachelor’s or master’s degree in nursing.
Join ROTC at whatever school you choose to get ready for the military. (They also have scholarships for that.)
Then you gotta apply for a nursing license from your state board of nursing for them to decided whether or not you meet the standards. If you pass the exam and recieve your license, speak to a recruiter for a commission in the military branch of your choice. (Army, Air Force or Navy)


military dot image Jan Harold Kirby G. Gutierrez    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

Dear Sir,
I am a Filipino and a registered nurse here in the Philippines. I would like to apply as a nurse for the navy.
As a nurse, I have experience different cases in the medical surgery and I am very flexible in performing my duty.
Looking forward to hearing from you soon,
Sincerely,
Jan Harold Kirby G. Gutierrez


military dot image tiffany    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

how do u become a nurse in the service.


military dot image medical assistant salary    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

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military dot image Joy Vitor    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

I am Joymarie Vitor 31 years of age, a graduate of Bachelor of science in Nursing and finish also my Master of Arts in Nursing. I am a Filipino and it is my greatest dream to join the US army. I am presently working here in King Fahad Armed Forces Hospital in KSA. serving military personnel here in the kingdom in times of war and at peace.. I am really interested to apply. If given a chance.. I will do my best to serve the US army with all my heart.


military dot image Kirsten    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

Im 16 and im a junior. i want to be a navy nurse and help the wounded soilders. what do i do to become a navy nurse?


military dot image Enalyn Pelomiano    Thumb up 0 Thumb down 0

Hi. I am a registered nurse here in the Philippines and currently working as a Nurse Reviewer and Researcher. I am interested to apply and become part of the US Navy medical team. What should I do to be part of the team? Thank you and hope to hear from you soon.


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