Medical Surgical Nurse
Minimum Education Requirement:
Bachelor's or Master's degree in Nursing from a school accredited by the NLN or CCNE
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From working in a full-size medical center to working interdependently with medical providers in a small clinic, life as an Air Force Medical Surgical Nurse is never dull. As an officer and a nurse, you'll be an indispensable and highly respected member of our medical team providing state-of-the-art healthcare to Airmen and their families. And while you're already an expert in your field, you'll have the opportunity to further your training and education while serving.
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- Plan, implement and evaluate nursing care for both outpatients and inpatients along the health continuum
- Collaborate with all members of the team to ensure your patients and their families receive the finest state-of-the-art healthcare
- Touch every aspect of healthcare from bedside nursing, community initiatives, leadership, research, education and disaster preparedness
Becoming a Commissioned Officer
To ease your transition into the Air Force, you'll enter a five-week training regimen designed to educate you on the ways of both the military and military healthcare. You'll participate in physical conditioning five days a week, leadership training and classroom studies.