U.S Army Medical Recruiting Station -Birmingham

U.S Army Medical Recruiting Station -Birmingham


Happy 2nd Birthday to the newest U.S. armed service, the United States Space Force
#USAREC Recruiting professionals don't usually yell at their televisions, but when they do it's #GoArmyBeatNavy 🏈 💛 🖤
Go Army!!!! Beat Navy!!!!! The 122nd playing of Army-Navy is set for Dec. 11 and will be held at MetLife Stadium with a CBS broadcast starting at 3 p.m. ET. #goarmy
80 years ago today, Japan attacked the U.S. naval base at Pearl Harbor, killing 2,403 service members and civilians and bringing the U.S. into WWII. On Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day, we honor the service and sacrifice of those who gave their lives on Dec. 7, 1941. #PearlHarbor
Military and veterans families serve too, and face many unique challenges. During National Veterans and Military Family Month, we thank you for all the ways you support service members! #milfam #vetfam
Washing your hands with soap and water is one of the easiest and most effective ways to prevent the spread of germs and is never more important than now as we fight the #COVID-19 pandemic. https://www.cdc.gov/handwashing/global-handwashing-day.html #IWashMyHands
Coming this Fall! From the creators of #HealthoftheForce comes a new report to explore the Health of the Army Family. https://phc.amedd.army.mil/topics/campaigns/armyfamily/Pages/default.aspx #HealthoftheArmyFamily #ArmyPublicHealth
October is #BreastCancerAwarenessMonth. Do not wait for symptoms to appear. One of the best ways to detect breast cancer early and improve outcomes is to get routine screenings. https://health.mil/News/Articles/2020/10/22/Proactive-screening-and-detection-help-to-battle-breast-cancer
October is #NationalBullyingPreventionAwarenessMonth. Learn more about your role in prevention and join efforts to #StopBullying! https://www.cdc.gov/injury/features/stop-bullying/
Army installations like U.S. Army Fort Knox are overhauling their dining facilities to expand food choices and incorporate nutritious and health-conscious preparation techniques. https://go.usa.gov/xMG4f #PerformanceTriad
Psychologists at Defense Health Agency Connected Health branch have developed a new mobile app to give frontline health care providers the tools to keep themselves emotionally healthy and productive as they serve our military communities. https://www.health.mil/News/Articles/2021/09/30/DHAs-Mobile-Apps-Can-Help-You-with-Overall-Wellness
Calling all University of Alabama - Huntsville Students and Staff!!! We are on your campus today at your Grad. and Prof. School Fair. Come find out about scholarships and internship opportunities within the United States Army Medical Department! Looking forward to meeting you all!

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Army Service Week aims to address the current awareness challenge using events and social media to reconnect with communities and provide information about career opportunities, current recruiting incentives and employment benefits.

With careers ranging from the well-known infantry and Special Forces roles to positions in information technology and medicine, the Army provides training and education to ensure each Soldier is successful in their chosen career field and more marketable when they transition out of the service.



Explore the possibilities service in the U.S. Army can offer.

The Army and Army Reserve offer more than 150 different full-time and part-time career specialties with training and certifications that make Soldiers more competitive in the private sector. More than 50 health care specialties, ranging from nurses to cardiothoracic surgeons!

More than 1,600 different credentials and certifications are available to Soldiers to help increase employability when the transition out of the force.

Future Soldiers can choose their career path with the U.S. Army and receive technical training to become an expert in their field. And if they want to change careers down the line, that is an option, too.




Maj. Gen. Kevin Vereen and Command Sgt. Maj. John Foley presented the top two station commanders from each recruiting brigade and the top station commander from the Special Operations Recruiting Battalion with a Meritorious Service Medal, a coin and an Uncle Sam watch for their achievements.

Congratulations to all, especially the station commanders from the ! Way to go!

Sgt. 1st Class Ewan Brown
Sgt. 1st Class Kelly Morris



Thomas Jefferson Day on April 13 celebrates the birthday of Thomas Jefferson — the third president of the United States. He held office from 1801 to 1809, he was the principal author of the Declaration of Independence in 1776, and he was one of the most influential Founding Fathers. Jefferson is also known for his promotion of the ideals of Republicanism in the United States. During his presidency, he oversaw major events in American history such as the Louisiana Purchase in 1803 and the Lewis and Clark Expedition. Jefferson is remembered for many remarkable achievements. His most significant achievement was signing the Declaration of Independence.

We can only understand the significance of Thomas Jefferson Day once we understand how significant he was in the building of the United States. As a political philosopher, Jefferson associated himself with many intellectual leaders in Britain and France. Jefferson advocated for the separation of the church and state and wrote the Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom.

Jefferson was renowned as, among other things, a horticulturist, statesman, architect, archaeologist, author, inventor, and founder of the University of Virginia! In the early stages of his career, Jefferson practiced law and served in the Virginia House of Burgesses. In 1794, Jefferson wrote A Summary View of the Rights of British America. This was intended as instructions for the Virginia delegates to a national congress. The pamphlet was a powerful argument for American independence. The summary also stated why Britain should relinquish its powers. The summary helped speed up the path to independence and marked Jefferson as one of the Founding Fathers of the new nation. Since Jefferson was the primary author of the Declaration of Independence and a significant contributor to American political and civil culture, it was decided that Jefferson would write the first draft of the Declaration. Later on, the draft underwent some alteration but remained largely Jefferson’s work.

After Jefferson retired from public office, he founded the University of Virginia. Jefferson passed away on Independence Day, July 4, 1826. This day was also the 50th anniversary of the adoption of the Declaration of Independence.



Army medical school scholarships and other educational programs help you graduate with a secure career in a medical profession, without the burden of a big financial debt. Get financial support and other incentives to help you navigate the unique and challenging opportunities of medical school and serve on the Army Medical team.

These benefits are offered in exchange for your commitment to serve on the Army Medical team, where you’ll support the well-being of America’s Army, at home and abroad.

HPSP provides you with:
o Full tuition for up to four years, depending on specialty
o Funding for books, equipment, and other school fees
o Monthly stipend of $2,000+ plus a monthly allowance for food and housing
o Up to a $20,000 sign-on bonus, plus Officer’s pay during school breaks
o Salary increases with promotions, time in service, and cost-of-living adjustments

Requirements for HPSP:
o U.S. citizenship
o Active duty status in the Army
o Qualification as a commissioned Officer
o In progress or completed a bachelor’s degree from an accredited school
o Acceptance to or enrollment in an accredited graduate, doctoral, or medical school program in the U.S. or Puerto Rico
o Full-time student status during the length of the prograM

Call us today at (256) 450-9634 to discuss this and other opportunities available in Army Medicine.


Month of the Military Child is observed each April to honor and celebrate military children and youth for their service, commitment, and sacrifice in support of the Army's mission. The observance reiterates the Army’s commitment to provide quality care and positive youth development for a bright future. The April 2022 observance has the theme, “Military Children and Youth: Standing Strong and Proud"


has begun! In addition to a basic salary, licensed medical professional can receive up to $400,000 in incentives. The also provides financial allowances to offset the cost of housing and meals, 30 vacations days annually, comprehensive health care, money for education, family services, and even career support after you serve. Call (256) 450-9634 today to learn how you can join the world's most elite health care team!


March 29 is National Vietnam War Veterans Day. It commemorates the sacrifices and service of Vietnam veterans and their families. The commemorative honors all veterans who served on active duty in the U.S. Armed Forces at any time from November 1, 1955 to May 15, 1975, regardless of location. No distinction exists between veterans who served in-country, in-theater, or who were stationed elsewhere during the Vietnam War period. Take the time to thank a Vietnam Veteran.


As a member of the Army health care team, you’ll receive benefits that you won’t be able to get in a civilian career.

Feel inspired with great case diversity and over 40,000 visits coming into the U.S. Army medical facilities and clinics around the world every day. See and study diseases that are not usually encountered in the private sector, and work on vaccines for viruses like Zika and COVID-19 that can have a global impact.

Practice medicine with fewer limitations by treating patients not on their ability to pay, but by the treatment you see necessary. The U.S. Army Medical Department is one of the few places in the world where comprehensive patient care is the top priority.

Enjoy the deep satisfaction of performing an important service for your country. Make not only a profound difference in the lives of Soldiers in the Army, but in the lives of their families, friends, and the general public.


During March to Service, Army leaders will work to reconnect communities to their Army through engagements with community and organization leaders, school personnel, and veterans groups across the country to inspire them to know their Army and ensure young people understand their options when making career decisions.


During March to Service, Army leaders will work to reconnect communities to their Army through engagements with community and organization leaders, school personnel, and veterans groups across the country to inspire them to know their Army and ensure young people understand their options when making career decisions.


During March to Service, Army leaders will work to reconnect communities to their Army through engagements with community and organization leaders, school personnel, and veterans groups across the country to inspire them to know their Army and ensure young people understand their options when making career decisions.



Lt. Gen. Nadja West
Surgeon general of the U.S. Army

Lt. Gen. Nadja Y. West is the 44th surgeon general of the United States Army and commanding general, U.S. Army Medical Command.

West is a graduate of the United States Military Academy with a bachelor of science in engineering. She earned a doctorate of medicine from George Washington University School of Medicine in the District of Columbia.

Her last assignment was as the Joint Staff surgeon at the Pentagon. In that capacity, she served as the chief medical advisor to the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and coordinated all health services issues to include operational medicine, force health protection, and readiness.

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Wednesday 9am - 5pm
Thursday 9am - 5pm
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Jefferson County Council on Aging Jefferson County Council on Aging
3712 4th Ave S
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Lawson State Community College Radio & TV Production Department Lawson State Community College Radio & TV Production Department
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Birmingham, 35221

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Regional Planning Commission of Greater Birmingham Regional Planning Commission of Greater Birmingham
2 20th St N, Ste 1200
Birmingham, 35203

Working to improve transportation, community development, and economic development in the heart of Alabama. www.rpcgb.org

Birmingham VA Medical Center Birmingham VA Medical Center
700 19th St S
Birmingham, 35233

The Birmingham VA Health Care System provides for the health care needs of Veterans in the greater Birmingham area and it's surrounding communities. For more details about our services visit our website at http://www.birmingham.va.gov.

City of Birmingham, Division of Social Justice and Racial Equity City of Birmingham, Division of Social Justice and Racial Equity
710 North 20th Street
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The official page for the City of Birmingham, Office of Social Justice and Racial Equity.

Black Alabamians for Education Black Alabamians for Education
1116 20th Street South Suite #403
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710 North 20th Street
Birmingham, 35203

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