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Physician Assistant

Overview: Privileged health care providers who use critical judgment to perform comprehensive health assessments, differential diagnosis, and prescribe pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic treatments in direct management of acute and chronic illness, injury or disease.

Position:  Officer

AFSC: 42GX

Specific Tasks:

  • Examines, diagnoses, and treats diseases and injuries; manages outpatient care and clinical services
  • Obtains and evaluates medical histories, performs physical examinations, performs theraputic and diagnostic procedures, and orders laboratory studies and radiographic studies as well as other special examinations
  • Counsels patients on medical conditions, expected outcomes, family planning, child care, diet, and other therpeutic preventative healh maintenance matters 
  • Coordinates patient care. Coordinates patient care in collaboration with other members of health care team. Initiates consultation requests to other health professionals. 
  • May teach residents and students of healthcare and non-healthcare fields at military or affiliated civilian institutions

Requirements:

  • For entry into this specialty, graduation from a Physician Assistant training program accredited by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA)
  • Certification by National Committee on Certification of Physician Assistants (NCCPA)

Training:

  • For those without a prior military service commission, completion of Commissioned Officer Training (COT) is mandatory. This 6-8 week course will familiarize you with military customs and courtesies, leadership, and your role as a military officer.