Active/Army Reserve Psychiatrist.
When you become a psychiatrist and an officer on the U.S. Army health care team, you will have the opportunity to immerse yourself into a special culture and environment in which your diagnoses and treatments will support the readiness of our military's efforts and improve the lives of Soldiers and their families.As part of our collaborative, multi-disciplinary health care team, you'll enter a comprehensive, international system of care with no concerns about overhead expenses and malpractice insurance. You'll have opportunities to work with some of the most innovative technologies and treatments in the industry and practice at world-class medical facilities that train future Army behavioral health leaders, all while developing advanced skills. If you choose to serve in the Army Reserve, you can continue to work in your community and serve when needed. Whichever you choose, you'll train to become a leader in your specialized field while enjoying the privileges that come with being an officer.Benefits include:Active duty -Full-tuition scholarship for those qualifying specialties, which includes a monthly stipend of over $2,200.00Receive up to $120,000 to repay qualifying loans to lending institutions (paying up to $40,000 annually over a maximum three-year period) through the Active Duty Health Professions Loan Repayment Program (ADHPLRP). Active Duty Obligation is 1 year-for-year receiving loan repayment with a minimum period of 2 years on Active Duty$272,000 signing (accession) bonus. The payments will be paid in four annual payments. The first payment will be requested upon completion of Basic Officer Leadership Course (BOLC) and arrival at first duty station. The remaining three payments will be made on the anniversary date of the first paymentTravel opportunities, to include humanitarian missions30 days of paid vacation earned annuallyA military retirement system that blends the traditional legacy retirement pension with a d...