68 Medical CMF

MOS 68 refers to Military Occupational Specialty 68 in the U.S. Army, which is part of the Medical Career Management Field (CMF). The CMF (Career Management Field) system is used by the U.S. Army to categorize and manage the various military occupational specialties related to medical and healthcare roles within the military.

MOS 68 includes a range of medical-related jobs and specialties, such as:

  1. 68W - Combat Medic: Combat medics are responsible for providing medical care to soldiers on the battlefield. They are trained in various emergency medical procedures and play a crucial role in saving lives during combat situations.

  2. 68A - Biomedical Equipment Specialist: These specialists are responsible for maintaining and repairing medical equipment used in healthcare facilities. They ensure that medical devices are in good working condition to support patient care.

  3. 68C - Practical Nursing Specialist: Practical nursing specialists are licensed practical nurses (LPNs) who provide basic nursing care to patients in military healthcare facilities. They work under the supervision of registered nurses or physicians.

  4. 68D - Operating Room Specialist: These specialists assist surgeons and other medical professionals in the operating room. They help with preparing patients for surgery, sterilizing equipment, and ensuring a sterile environment during surgical procedures.

  5. 68E - Dental Specialist: Dental specialists in the military assist dentists in providing dental care to soldiers. They perform various tasks, including dental hygiene procedures, chairside assistance, and administrative duties in dental clinics.

  6. 68F - Physical Therapy Specialist: Physical therapy specialists help rehabilitate injured soldiers by providing physical therapy treatments and exercises. They work to improve soldiers’ mobility and reduce pain.

  7. 68G - Patient Administration Specialist: Patient administration specialists handle administrative tasks related to patient records, appointments, and billing within military healthcare facilities.

  8. 68H - Optical Laboratory Specialist: These specialists are responsible for producing prescription eyewear for military personnel. They work in optical laboratories and ensure that soldiers have the correct eyewear for their vision needs.

  9. 68J - Medical Logistics Specialist: Medical logistics specialists manage the supply chain of medical materials, equipment, and pharmaceuticals within military healthcare facilities. They ensure that necessary medical supplies are available and properly distributed.

  10. 68K - Medical Laboratory Specialist: Medical laboratory specialists perform laboratory tests on patient samples to aid in the diagnosis and treatment of medical conditions. They work in clinical laboratories and analyze various types of specimens.

These are just a few examples of the medical specialties within MOS 68. Each specialty has its own training requirements and responsibilities, but they all contribute to the overall healthcare and medical support provided to the military personnel in the U.S. Army.

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