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Vacancies for Civilian Medical Officers.—
The Military District of Washington has vacancies for civilian medical officers to work in the Washington, D. C., area at $7,040 to $9,360 per annum. Vacancies are U. S. Civil Service positions in the fields of general medicine and surgery, internal medicine, pediatrics, and obstetrics and gynecology with the Civilian Employee Health Service of the Department of the Army. Applicants require the degree of doctor of medicine and completion of internship or residency in specialty, except that active duty as a commissioned medical officer with the Veterans Administration may be substituted for the required internship. Except in the case of retired medical officers of the military or Public Health Service, applicants must possess a current license to practice medicine and surgery in a state or territory of the United States. For information write or phone the Civilian Personnel Office, Military District of Washington, Washington
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