Physician career events this June

Pursue your opportunity to advance Veteran care


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Our search for top talent is heating up, as we’re hosting a number of career events for physicians this month. Mark your calendar and come take a closer look at the many advantages of working at VA—from our outstanding culture and benefits to our groundbreaking research, state-of-the-art technology and more.

CareerMD Sacramento Career Fair

June 6, 2017

Vizcaya

2019 21st St

Sacramento, California

 

CareerMD St. Louis Career Fair

June 13, 2017

The Norman K. Probstein Golf Course Clubhouse

6141 Lagoon Drive (Forest Park)

St. Louis, Missouri

 

CareerMD Reno Career Fair

June 14, 2017

The Grove at South Creek

95 Footfill Rd

Reno, Nevada
As the nation’s largest integrated health care system, VA offers physicians a wide range of practice options and locations, including primary care and virtually all medical specialties and subspecialties, as well as medical centers in big cities, rural towns and everywhere in between. We also offer generous paid time off and predictable scheduling to support a healthy work-life balance.

Above all, we give you the unique opportunity to advance care for and improve the lives of America’s Veterans. It’s an honor that can enhance your own life as well. If you’re ready to make a difference, explore our available positions and apply online today.

 

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VA Careers

Comments

  1. Patrick T. Waters, D.O.    

    I would like this message to go to Dr. David Shulkin, who was a colleague of mine at the University of Pennsylvania.

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  2. Android    

    This message should be helpful to my sister shes a Physician.

  3. Donald L Yarbe    

    As a veteran, I am concerned about the number of VA Doctors that are employed from nations other than America. I am not saying that there are some very qualified people in the employ of VA, what I am saying is that I would like to know who qualifies medical degrees from universities in India, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Libya, Iran, Iraq and other places. Is there a proper vetting of qualifications? Are there schools as strict as our schools? Is there such a shortage of qualified physicians in America that we must import them from foreign nations?

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