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Accession probability. For Specialties not represented in the Reserve Component, please seek another specialty (or officer community) for paid status as a Selected Reservist.

Medical Corps

 15A

AV MED

NAVET or OSVET

Mainly billeted for Junior Officers, extremely limited training opportunities

15B

ANESTHESIA

NAVET/DCO Both

Critical Specialty

15C

GEN SURGERY

NAVET/DCO Both

15C0 Critical Skill Set. 15C1 Check on Specialty:

Need Colon-Rectal and Cardio Thoracic/CV Surgeons

15D

NEUROSURGERY

NAVET/DCO Both

Critical Specialty, but small billet base

15E

OB/GYN

NAVET/DCO Both

Very few billets—limited incentives

15F

General Medical Officer (GMO)

NAVET ONLY

Mainly billeted for Junior Officers (e.g. Fleet Marine Forces & Seabees)

Impacted specialists that can be credentialed/ privileged as a GMO may be allowed to join when their primary specialty will not allow accessions. Ask CTO, or recruiter, about starting CCPD paperwork if your scope of practice aligns with the proficiency needed for GMO.

15G

OPTHAMOLOGY

NAVET/DCO Both

Very few billets and incentives

15H

ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY

NAVET/DCO Both

Critical Skill Set, particularly 15H0, less need for specialized surgeons

15I

OTOLARYNGOLOGY

NAVET/DCO Both

Very few billets and incentives

15J

UROLOGY

NAVET/DCO Both

Very few billets and incentives

15K0

PREV/OCCUP MED

NAVET/DCO Both

Very few billets and incentives

15L

Physical Medicine & Rehab

NAVET/DCO Both

Very few billets and incentives

15M

Pathology

NAVET/DCO Both

Very few billets (clinical only)

16N

DERM

NAVET/DCO Both

Very few billets and incentives

16P

EMERG MED

NAVET/DCO Both

Critical Specialty

16Q

FAM MED

NAVET/DCO Both

Expanding billets, critical specialty

16R1

Internal Medicine(IM)

NAVET/DCO Both

Need 16R0 and some critical specialties (Critical Care; Cardiology; Infectious Disease)

16T

NEUROLOGY

NAVET/DCO Both

Very few billets and incentives

16U

UNDERSEA MED

NAVET ONLY

Very few billets and incentives

16V

PEDIATRICS

NAVET/DCO Both

Very few billets and incentives

16W

Nuclear Med

Does not exist in RC

No billets

16X

PSYCHIATRY

NAVET/DCO Both

Small billet base, but critical specialty incentives

16Y

Diagnostic Radiologist

NAVET/DCO Both

Very few billets and incentives

  Dental Corps  

1700

GENERAL  DENTIST

NAVET/DCO Both

Need some junior officers, steep competition for senior paid billets—update record for Apply Board! Large billet base.

1710

ENDODONTIST

NAVET/DCO Both

Very few billets (occasional accessions, limited to no monetary incentives)

1725

COMP DENTIST

NAVET/OSVET

Military only residency training, see note below for typical locations.

1750

ORAL MAXILLOFACIAL SURGEON

NAVET/DCO Both

Very critical skill set, may often see maximum monetary incentives possible

1760

PERIODONTIST

NAVET/DCO Both

Very few billets (occasional accessions, limited to no monetary incentives)

1769

PROSTHODONTIST

NAVET/DCO Both

Very few billets (occasional accessions, limited to no monetary incentives)


Comprehensive Dentistry Residencies:

Navy - Bethesda MD;

Air Force - Wilford Hall, San Antonio TX; Wright Patterson, Dayton OH;

Army - Womack Medical Center, Ft Bragg NC; Trippler Medical Center, Oahu HI.

DC Specialties not represented in the RC:

1720

Dental Education Programs

1740

Operative Dentistry

1785

Orofacial Pain

1724

Advanced Clinical Programs (ACP in General Dentistry)

1749

Advanced Clinical Programs (ACP in Exodontia)

1790

Dental Science and Research

1730

Maxillofacial Prosthetics

1775

Public Health Dentistry

1795

Pediatric Dentistry

1735

Orthodontics

1780

Oral Pathology







Medical Service Corps   

1800

Health Care Administrators

NAVET/DCO Both

Large billet base, heavy DCO accessions over years has reduced the need for monetary incentives for junior officers

1801

PATIENT ADMIN

NAVET/OSVET

Small billet base

1802

MATERIAL LOGISTICS MGMT

NAVET/OSVET

Very small billet base

1804

MEDICAL CONSTRUCTION

NAVET/OSVET

Very, very small billet base (possible removal)

1805

PLANS/OPS/MEDICAL INTEL (POMI)

NAVET ONLY

Critical Skill Set needed at every pay-grade Requires significant military HCA experience—field & hospital

1810

BIOCHEMESTRY

NAVET/DCO Both

Very few billets

1815

MICROBIOLOGY

NAVET/DCO Both

Very few billets and overmanned with reductions coming, therefore, no new accessions expected.

1836

AEROSPACE PHYSIOLOGY

NAVET/DCO Both

Extremely limited number and scope of billets

1840

CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY

NAVET/DCO Both

Small billet base, yet important work recently

1850

ENTOMOLOGY

NAVET/DCO Both

Very few billets

1860

ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH

NAVET/DCO

Important Skill Set with larger than average billet base, but not terribly large

1861

INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE

NAVET/DCO Both

Very few billets(overmanned)

1865

MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY

NAVET/DCO Both

Small billet base with steady stream of new accessions needed

1873

PHYSICAL THERAPY

NAVET/DCO Both

Very few billets(fully manned), may be asked to wait for openings

1876

CLINICAL DIETETICS

NAVET/DCO Both

Extremely small billet base(overmanned)

1880

OPTOMETRY

NAVET/DCO Both

Very few billets(overmanned)

1887/1888

PHARMACY

NAVET/DCO Both

Small billet base—small stream of junior officers needed

1892

PODIATRY

NAVET/DCO Both

Few billets and fully manned

1893

PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT

NAVET/DCO Both

Reasonable, but small billet base—small stream of junior officers needed

 MSC Specialties not represented in the RC:

1816

EPIDEMIOLOGY

1841

CHILD PSYCHOLOGY

1862

AUDIOLOGY

1817

IMMUNOLOGY

1842

NEUROPSYCHOLOGY

1870

SOCIAL WORK

1819

PARARITOLGY

1843

MEDICAL PSYCHOLOGY

1874

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY

1821

VIROLOGY

1844

AEROSPACE EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY

1825/1828

RAD HEALTH/SAFETY

1845

RESEARCH PSYCHOLOGY

1835

PHYSIOLOGY

Nurse Corps

1900

PROFESSIONAL NURSE

NAVET only

Limited number of billets, prefer specialization but allow NAVETs to affiliate due to military service as a Navy Nurse Corps Officer

1910

MED/SURG

NAVET/DCO Both

Many billets, but extremely large amounts of recent accessions slowed down the monetary incentives

1920

MATERNAL/INFANT

NAVET/DCO Both

Few billets

1922

PEDIATRIC

NAVET/DCO Both

Very few billets

1930

PSYCHIATRIC

NAVET/DCO Both

Previous critical specialty, few billets and currently overmanned

1940

COMMUNITY HEALTH

NAVET/DCO Both

Very few billets (less than 5)

 1945

ER/TRAUMA

NAVET/DCO Both

Many billets, but still overmanned, only open to very junior officers for community health

1950

PERIOPERATIVE

NAVET/DCO Both

Highest NC RC Priority (many open billets)

1960

CRITICAL CARE

NAVET/DCO Both

Critical Skill Set, need junior officers primarily

1964

NICU

NAVET/DCO Both

Check first (very few billets and currently overmanned)

1972

NURSE ANESTHESIA (CRNA)

NAVET/DCO Both

Critical Skill Set (many billets)

1973

MENTAL HEALTH NP

NAVET/DCO Both

Critical Skill Set (few billets)

1974

PEDIATRIC NP

NAVET/DCO Both

Critical Skill Set

1976

FAMILY NP

NAVET/DCO Both

Small billet base and currently overmanned

1980

WOMEN'S HEALTH NP

NAVET/DCO Both

Very few billets

1981

NURSE MIDWIFE

NAVET/DCO Both

Critical Skill Set (few billets)

NC Specialties not represented in the RC:

1901

Administration




1903

Education




3130

MPTA




If you have questions regarding any of the Reserve Medical communities please contact LCDR Jeanette Bederman at either jeanette.bederman@navy.mil (or LCDR Dirkland Smith Dirkland.T.Smith@navy.mil) or on the office phone at (901) 874-3798, (DSN) 882-3798.

Continuation Guidance: Contact PERS 91 for administrative details, the following is informative in nature and will be updated as necessary. PERS 91 will seek the waivers when needed, so no action is necessary from the service member.


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