If you meet the other requirements and the experience is directly able to correlate to the position in the USN then it could help, but if it doesn't you may have well just been flipping burgers.I’m curious—does it matter that I’ve worked in the medical field since I was 17? My working experience includes geriatric care in a home, and I currently do medical admin in a dermatology office. For about two years now.
I don’t feel I’d want to become anything more than a PA if I pursued that..and I think there’s a program to apply to where they pay your way? And commission on completition? Correct me if im wrong.
I’m leaning more toward medical admin, but you’re right, that still requires a masters. Will they wave it based on work experience? Seems like a stretch.
There are many things in the civilian medical side that doesn't correlate directly to what people think, for example many things a nurse does in civilian land is done by a corpsman in the USN.