Physician (Pediatrics)

Location Multiple Locations
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Very Competitive
Recruitment Bonus
Relocation Assistance
Student Loan Repayment


This position will be open on or about March of 2018.


Bavaria Medical Activity(BMEDDAC) headquarters is located at Rose Barracks in Vilseck, Germany.


This healthcare treatment facility has earned the Gold Seal of Approval from The Joint Commission, a nationally recognized healthcare accreditation organization. Click the Gold Seal to see The Joint Commission's Quality Report for Landstuhl Regional Medical Center and its outlying health clinics in Germany, Belgium and Italy.


BMEDDAC provides the command and control for an ambulatory network of seven primary care health clinics throughout Bavaria that, combined, support over 40,000 Soldiers and Family Members in the Grafenwoehr, Hohenfels, Illesheim, Katterbach, and Vilseck communities.

The clinics are out-patient primary care or ambulatory clinics and are capable of providing urgent care, routine care, and wellness examinations.  Ambulatory care is defined as medical services that are provided as an out-patient.  Services include diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation.  The health clinics do provide some special resources such as physical therapy, optometry, audiology, and behavioral health.

Resources are shared in the BMEDDAC footprint.  When Soldiers are redeployed, providers and staff are often rerouted to the redeploying community to help the returning Soldiers during the reintegration period.


This specialty examines, diagnoses, treats and/or prevents all diseases and related total health care of newborns, infants, children and adolescents, and young adults. Care may also include young adults, typically with disabilities, who have required care from childhood for certain conditions. A pediatrician is concerned with a broad spectrum of health services ranging from preventative health care to the diagnosis and treatment of acute and chronic diseases. A pediatrician deals with biological, social, and environmental influences on the developing child, and with the impact of disease and dysfunction on development. A pediatrician may specialize in adolescent medicine is a multi-disciplinary health care specialist trained in the unique physical, psychological, and social characteristics of adolescents, their health care problems and needs in a number of other subspecialties.


US Citizenship Required


Degree: Doctor of Medicine or Doctor of Osteopathy from a school in the United States or Canada approved by a recognized accrediting body in the year of the applicants graduation. [A Doctor of Medicine or equivalent degree from a foreign medical school that provided education and medical knowledge substantially equivalent to accredited schools in the United States may be demonstrated by permanent certification by the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG) (or a fifth pathway certificate for Americans who completed premedical education in the United States and graduate education in a foreign country).


Graduate Training: Subsequent to obtaining a Doctor of Medicine or Doctor of Osteopathy degree, a candidate must have had at least 1 year of supervised experience providing direct service in a clinical setting, i.e., a 1-year internship or the first year of a residency program in an institution accredited for such training.


Specialized Experience:4 years of residency training in the specialty of Pediatrics or equivalent experience and training. Experience with examinations, diagnostic and/or treatment services for patients in ages ranging from infant through adolescent, who have pediatric and medical problems characteristic of the pediatric discipline.


Licensure: For positions involving patient care, candidates must have a permanent, full, and unrestricted license to practice medicine in a State, District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, or a territory of the United States.


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