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  1. passing on as an FYI- NYCMedics is currently in the process of obtaining a contract through the WHO to deliver a comprehensive pre-hospital training program in Iraq. As a result, we are beginning to recruit instructors to teach this program. We are currently seeking 16 volunteers who will deploy to Erbil, Iraq from June 14, 2018 through June 30, 2018. The program will include both didactic and hands on skills which instructors will facilitate. The program will be delivered in seven sessions simultaneously in three different locations (Erbil, Mosul, and Dohuk). Students will also part
  2. I've been home from Mosul for 16 days and still wish I was there. It is tough going from a situation in which you are working 24/7 doing meaningful, life saving work back to the regular practice of medicine, which typically involves a few cool cases per week. In Iraq we were dealing with 20-60 significant trauma presentations per 24 hr period. many burns, shootings, IED victims, etc. I wish I could do this kind of work all the time. I've actually been looking longingly at positions with RMI and other govt contractors in Afghanistan, Iraq, Alaska, etc. hard to do as a married person with a fami
  3. Does anyone have any experience working for CHSi doing contract work either in Iraq or Afghanistan?
  4. After many twists and turns in my life, I understand now why I want to be a physicians assistant. Many years ago while going to college majoring in animation, I began to feel that the road I was on wasn’t the right one. While studying I began working at a nursing home and made the realization that, in working with my patients, I wanted to be able to do more. I wanted to be able to help others in a more profound way, which left a lasting memory in their hearts. After leaving college abruptly, I joined the Navy in the pursuit of a more developed career in medicine. After graduating from
  5. Like most veteran benefits (GI Bill, VA loans, Health care) information about health care coverage from the VA is very vague and typically you're stuck gathering all the details yourself. I served 6 yrs from 2001-2007 and just last week found out that the VA will provide you coverage for 5 years AFTER you were discharged (and 180 days of dental coverage). For those of us that exited the military without any OBVIOUS health issues (or issues we failed to recognize or admit at the time) you can get FREE treatment from the VA for medical issues related to your service. The KICKER to this whole dea
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