VA’s health care career events this December


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Right now, we’re looking for pharmacists and other health care professionals to join our growing team. If you’re interested in serving America’s Veterans and would like to explore our available positions in person, plan on meeting us at the following career event or one of many coming soon:

2017 ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting & Exhibition
December 3-7, 2017
Orange County Convention Center
9800 International Drive
Orlando, Florida

You’ll have the opportunity to learn more about our collaborative culture, inspirational leaders, state-of-the-art technology and groundbreaking research—all of which can help you perform at your best every day while continually growing as a professional. You will also be able to take a closer look at our outstanding benefits and see how our commitment to work-life balance for each employee drives positive patient outcomes. Most importantly, you’ll get a better idea of what it’s like to serve those who’ve served—an honor that comes with unmatched professional and personal fulfillment.

Ready to apply? Check out our open roles and pursue one today.

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  1. Nichole C Anderson    

    Hello,
    I would like to know when in the near future will the VA bring on Doctors of Chiropractic to assist and co-care the patients.
    I have search the site; have I overlooked the area where the Doctor of Chiropractic would be listed?
    If there is not any; I personally would be interested in a Position to help serve and heal Our Veterans.
    Thank You in Advance for your response.

    Dr. Nichole C. Anderson, D.C.

  2. Bob Johnson    

    Hello Doctor, depending on where you are, the VAMC may have a Chiropractor on staff; I know that the Syracuse NY VAMC has chiropractic care, but the Denver VAMC didn’t offer this service. Unfortunately, as is the case with many government operations, things are not always uniformly done.

  3. James C. Townsen    

    I am a disabled Veteran and Medical Doctor. After numerous applications VA wont hire me to care for other disabled veterans. The experience of having to overcome my disabilities and achieve the goal of becoming an MD on my own was hard enough, now VA says thanks but no thanks to me as an MD. The worst part is that no one has an answer, all these programs and all the effort to recruit veterans into productive careers and no body seems to know or care.

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