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Flight Medicine Physician — Scott AFB, IL

Flight Medicine Physician
Scott AFB, IL

The flight medicine physician shall provide health care to beneficiaries assigned to the Flight Medicine Clinic, Occupational Health Clinic, or other civilian Flight Medicine physician positions as defined by the MTF. These tasks include performing primary care and occupational health clinician duties and the associated administrative tasks.

Care shall include but not be limited to continuing, comprehensive health maintenance and provision of medical care, including preventive medicine, behavioral health, occupational health, and community health.

The civilian Flight Medicine physician may become the primary care manager (PCM) for a panel of patients. As a PCM, the flight medicine physician will be the primary person responsible for the management of the health and wellness of his/her assigned patients.

Hours: M-F, excluding Federal Holidays and Family Days (normally 5 days per year)
The 8 hour shift will be determined and scheduled by the MTF and be scheduled between the hours of 0730am – 1630pm


  • Possesses a doctor of medicine degree or a doctor of osteopathy degree from an approved school of medicine or osteopathy.

  • Current board certification in Aerospace Medicine is highly recommended. If not board certified in Aerospace Medicine, then must show proof of completion of any medical residency program and must have a minimum of 3 years of U.S. military Flight Surgeon experience.

  • Possess current, unrestricted Medical License to practice Medicine

  • Possess current DEA

  • Possess BLS and ACLS

  • The applicant must have a minimum of 35 hours of direct patient care in the past year. Applicant must have a minimum of 3 years’ experience in the last 10 years having served as a privileged flight surgeon at a US Military installation, with experience in:

    1. U.S. military medical standards to conduct special operational evaluations, including (but not limited to) PHA for flyers/special duty personnel, initial certification exams for flying/special duty applicants.

    2. Aeromedical disposition for flying/special operational duty.

    3. Conducting adaptability rating assessment for military special duty applicants.

    4. Applying medical, fitness and profiling standards IAW AFIs 48-123, 36-2905 and 10-203 (including profiling and duty restrictions as Profile Officer).

    5. Providing primary care for active duty personnel and their family members.

  • The applicant must be able to locate, interpret and apply current regulations including: AFI 48-123, AFI 36-2905, AFI 10-203, DoD 5210.42R, and AFMAN 13-501.

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For details and to apply, please contact Pamela Patton at pfp@argenttech.net or 210.888.1876