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    THIS IS A NATIONAL GUARD TITLE 5 EXCEPTED SERVICE POSITION.

    This National Guard position is for a PHYSICIAN (AEROSPACE MEDICINE) (Title 5), Position Description Number T6001000 and is part of the IL 126, National Guard.

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    Responsibilities

    As a PHYSICIAN (AEROSPACE MEDICINE) (Title 5), GP-0602-14, you will plan, schedule, execute, manage, and administer installation-wide medical management, including aerospace and operational disposition and to provide critical clinical judgment for medical case management to promote and maintain the health and well-being of assigned Air National Guard personnel.

    • Administer comprehensive clinical medical and physical assessments and preventative medical services. Work independently and exercise sound judgment in accordance with the methods and practices of the medical profession and established medical and administrative policies.
    • Perform comprehensive medical assessments including, but not limited to, annual preventative health pre- and post-deployment interviews, mental and deployment health assessments.
    • Perform preplacement, occupational health, and separation health physical exams.
    • Perform fitness for duty evaluations, fly waivers, line-of-duty, and medical continuation determinations. Prepare comprehensive narrative summaries by reviewing all comprehensive medical records/referrals while ensuring accuracy, conciseness, and appropriateness.
    • Analyze and identify trends in medical assessments through review, comparison, and interpretation against complex medical standards, policies, and laws.
    • Provide expert clinical decision making and medical dispositions on a wide range of illnesses and injuries relating to fitness questionnaires.
    • Protect personal from military-related exposures by applying extensive medical knowledge and complex occupational and environmental health methodologies.
    • Coordinate consultations with other subject matter experts to assist in interpretation of abnormal studies and discuss the findings with primary care medical providers or consulting specialists.
    • Research medical documentation, evaluate complex patient diagnoses, and use sound judgment when interpreting complex medical standards, codes, guidelines, policies, and regulations to finalize medication recommendations.
    • Provide expert medical advice and guidance for safety investigations and compiles clinically relevant medical summaries and/or medical records for safety investigations.
    • Interpret laboratory and other ancillary tests related to individual medical readiness, including, but not limited to electrocardiogram, laboratory, and radiologic studies.
    • Serve as medical authority within an organization when working with Federal, State, and local agencies on matters related to aerospace medicine, preventative medicine, personnel reliability, and occupational medicine.
    • Oversee professional medical personnel and provide expert advice on the preparation of reports, directives, correspondence, after action reports, and memoranda pertaining to health services programs.
    **This is NOT an all-inclusive list of duties.**

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.

    Supervisory status

    No

    Promotion Potential

    None

  • Job family (Series)

    0602 Medical Officer

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