Veterans rely on VA’s 111 emergency care medicine departments to come through potentially critical situations. This world-class team of physicians and acute care providers diagnoses, treats and stabilizes 2.5 million Veterans in need of unscheduled medical and mental healthcare every year.

Be on the front line of emergency care for those who served our nation! Explore a VA career in emergency medicine at the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) Scientific Assembly 2019, Oct. 27-30, in Denver.

Recruiters Tim Blakney and Hillary Garcia are at VA Careers Booth 127 to discuss your future at VA, including earning a competitive salary and benefits, reducing student loan debt for VA service and improving the lives of Veterans from every era.

“Conference attendees can meet with Tim and Hillary to discuss the blockbuster components of our total rewards package, which includes market-based pay, premium-support group health insurance, generous leave, a pension and a 401(k)-type retirement savings plan,” said Darren Sherrard, Associate Director of Recruitment Marketing at VA. “Emergency medicine professionals are encouraged to share their contact information and learn how they can contribute to Veterans’ care.”

Sharpen your skills while exploring a new career

ACEP advocates for over 38,000 emergency physicians and patients, working to promote the highest quality of care in the field of emergency medicine. ACEP’s Scientific Assembly is the world’s largest emergency medicine conference, providing clinicians with the opportunity to focus on areas of interest, develop policy, share information on new technology and network.

At ACEP19, access around 300 course offerings and explore how to advance your career as an emergency medicine professional. By choosing a VA career, you can fill a mission-critical occupation, become a principal investigator, elevate into a leadership role and make an impact on policy.

You are compensated based on training, experience and the local labor market and are eligible for up to $15,000 in additional annual performance pay. And every two years, you’ll be eligible for salary reviews and longevity increases.

Other perks that come with choosing a VA career as an emergency medicine physician include:

  • Access to employment assistance programs.
  • Career training and enhancement opportunities.
  • Diversity and inclusion policies.
  • Flexible work schedules and shifts.
  • Free liability coverage.
  • Low patient-provider ratios.
  • Dining options and a tax-free retail store.
  • A smoke/drug-free workplace.

Choose VA at #ACEP2019

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Published on Oct. 24, 2019

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