Flying From the Cockpit to the Clinic in Air Force Medicine

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There is no shortage of career opportunities in the United States Air Force. As a result airmen and women in the service can start their time of service in one field and end in a completely new one with a rewarding future as a result.

There is no shortage of career opportunities in the United States Air Force. As a result airmen and women in the service can start their time of service in one field and end in a completely new one with a rewarding future as a result.

Lt. Colonel Sarah Vick of the 87th Medical Group at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst discussed her progression in the service and what she hopes to accomplish during a recent interview with MD Magazine.

The role of the family medicine doctor may be viewed as a diminishing field in the civilian world but in military medicine it is still a key component in treating not only those serving their country but also their family members as well.

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