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Make 2024 the year you join VA, starting with these February events

February may be the shortest month of the year, but that only means we’ll be using every available moment to spread the word about jobs at VA while attending several influential events around the country.

This is your chance to meet with our recruiters and learn about what we have to offer, so come on down! We’ll be attending events with:

Embrace your passion for primary care

Pri-Med South will host its Primary Care CME/CE Conference and Expo on Feb. 8-10, 2024.

Offering continuing medical education and continuing education credits for busy primary care providers, Pri-Med will welcome attendees to in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, where expert faculty will provide the latest primary care updates, and offer keynote addresses to inspire and rejuvenate you. 

Alongside the brand-new curriculum, our team will be there to discuss the opportunities available for primary care providers at VA, and how working at VA is different than other health care organizations. If you’re inclined to put patients over profits, joining our team can be just the change you need.

You can register for this event here.

Help us break down barriers

AMSUS, The Society of Federal Health Professionals is heading to National Harbor, Maryland, for its 2024 annual meeting on Feb. 12-15, 2024.

Supporting the work of federal health professionals and their missions at the Departments of Defense, Veterans Affairs, Health and Human Services, and Homeland Security, the event will offer individuals of all health care disciplines the opportunity to communicate and collaborate.

VA recruiters will be available during the meeting to discuss our unparalleled work/life balance, opportunities to grow your skills, and meaningful service to the nation’s heroes. Talk with our experts and see where VA can make a difference in your career.

You can register for this event here.

Be part of a bigger community

The American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons take the ASOS Annual Meeting to San Francisco from Feb. 12-16, 2023. In the shadow of the Golden Gate Bridge, attendees can expect a powerful week of education, innovation, and collaboration from across the global orthopaedic community. It’s the only time of the year that all the specialties are in one place, so you won’t want to miss your chance to work together to improve patient care.

Members of VA’s national recruiting team will be in attendance as well, offering an introduction to the perks of a career serving Veterans. Learn about all the ways we can help you change the landscape of Veteran health care with an organization that embraces who you are and what you have to offer.

You can register for this event here.

What our recruiters are saying

There’s a lot to be said about everything VA has to offer health care professionals, from our mission to care for Veterans nationwide to employment benefits unlike those available in any other health care system.

“VA offers the opportunity to be part of an all-encompassing team of professionals with a singular goal, which is to provide unparalleled medical service to those who have served our nation. In doing so, our physicians are able to have a work/life balance unlike any in the civilian sector,” said Brad Cargill, a physician provider recruiter at VA.

“Working in primary care for VA means you’ll be treating our nation’s heroes. You’ll be caring for those who have served our nation in wartime and peacetime,” said Samuel Wright of VA’s National Recruitment Service. “What greater satisfaction can you get from practicing medicine?”

Work at VA

Are you ready to take the first step toward a rewarding VA career? Join our recruiters at these upcoming events.

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