Posted on Feb 27, 2020
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I'm currently trying to get my biology degree with the gi bill, but when I'm finished, was wondering how to go become a navy pa?
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What's up? I'm going to university this year. I would like you to congratulate me, but I have to pass quite difficult exams in the main areas. This is chemistry and biology. I found a service with professional tutors. I carefully read their recommendations and signed up for a consultation https://studymind.co.uk/ . What do you think about it?
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LTC Jason Mackay
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The Army has special medical recruiters, i imagine the Navy does too. This isn’t an ROTC thing.
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So can you directly walk into a medical recruiters office the way you walk into a regular recruiters?
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CPT Clinical Provider
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Yes. Just look up the recruiter and ask them to meet with you. They will come to you SPC (Join to see)
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LTC Jason Mackay
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SPC (Join to see) unless you teleport, yes. They are regional so there may be phone and email.
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MAJ Byron Oyler
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There is the Interservice PA program. https://www.cs.amedd.army.mil/ipap/
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Is this only available for active servicemembers? When I finish my degrewin a year, i wont be active
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MAJ Byron Oyler
MAJ Byron Oyler
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Talk to a Navy medical recruiter and do some research on the site I provided. I have been part of the Nurse Corps for 16 years so I do not have the answers to IPAP policies.
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SPC Medic
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SPC (Join to see) - Not true army PA program is open to reserves as well. I am stationed at tripler i have seen plethora of folks who were finishing second phase pf their clinical training after finishing phase 1 at fort sam.
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