No! Any provider that meets the qualifications for the open position can be considered as a candidate. Military experience is always helpful, but not a requirement.
No! You are able to use ANY current, full, active and unrestricted license to practice for any military base.
Our contract positions are minimum 1 year and up to 5 years.
Yes, you need to be a United States citizen to receive security clearance to work on base.
The credentialing process for the base is extensive. It will take 60-90 days to get you started in a civilian contractor position.
Here is a list of items/supporting documents that you will need to provide once you are offered the position and in credentialing:
Immunization records including:
Yes! After your first year of your contract, you are able to accept GS positions on base. Oftentimes, if the base has a GS opening, the contractors hear about them first and have been offered the positions.
We realize this is a goal for most contractors and are happy for our providers that eventually are hired for GS.