Division Chief, Hearing Center of Excellence, Research and Development Directorate (J-9), Defense Health Agency – O5/O6
They are looking for an ENT Surgeon, Neurologist, Flight Surgeon, or Occ Med Physician to fill this position:
Anyone interested in applying needs to send me their CV and military bio by COB 25 SEP 2020 at joel.m.schofer.mil < at > mail.mil.
Military.com – Bypassing Pentagon Pleas, Lawmakers Say Military Health System Reforms Will ‘Stay the Course’
Here’s a link to this article:
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Here’s the portion about military medicine:
Military Health Care
Despite the success of MOAA’s Virtual Storming the Hill, efforts to include a halt to military medical end strength cuts and the realignment of military treatment facilities (MTFs) in the NDAA remain at risk. While the House version has language supporting these provisions, the Senate version does not.
MOAA is pivoting its focus to the Senate to ensure the House provisions make it through conference. Contact your senator today to express your support for the House provisions.
Even though the Defense Health Agency has announced a delay to all MTF restructuring and billet cuts, we believe legislation is needed to not only slow the process but also bolster reporting requirements and oversight mechanisms at every possible juncture to ensure DHA conducts qualified analysis and planning for any patient care moved out of MTFs.
Here are two good documents that explain the recent PCS/travel updates:
Here is a newsletter with an article on the restarting of promotion boards:
In brief, it says:
- Although the boards were postponed, those who are selected for promotion can expect to be assigned the original date of rank and receive any back pay and allowances they’re warranted.
- Sailors’ Official Military Personnel Files will be reviewed as of the original board convening date and their eligibility will remain the same.
- Deadlines for letters to the board remain the same as originally set, except for the Reserve E-7 Board, which had a deadline of May 18, 2020, to compensate for delays in their eligibility determination. The remaining deadlines remain the same to maintain a fair and impartial balance across the fleet, but Sailors are encouraged to submit a letter if they feel their eligibility is unclear.
- Officer promotion boards require additional reviews and results are expected to be approved and announced 100 days after a board adjourns.
Here’s a link to Military.com and Federal News Network articles about MHS changes:
LTG Place is looking for a new Aide de Camp. This is open to an O-4 from any Corps; the PD is here. Candidates must be PCS eligible to Falls Church, Virginia and report NLT Jan 1, 2021. If Medical Corps, they should be post-residency training and preferably in an overmanned specialty. Packages should be submitted to CAPT Anthony Keller NLT 1 July 2020 (contact is in the global) and should include CV, Bio and OSR/PSR (single PDF file) along with PERS’ concurrence for the move.
There is a short fuse opportunity for an O-6 to become the Principal Deputy to the Assistant Director for Management, DHA. The desired report date is June 1, 2020; duty station is Defense Health Headquarters in Falls Church, VA. Although the position description says they want an MSC officer, it is open to applicants from any Corps. Nominations are due to DHA on April 1, so any potential applicants should reach out to CDR Melissa Austin (contact in the global) immediately.
There is a video that is about 90 minutes long that you can watch, or you can read this summary article from Military Times: