70 Health Services

Army MOS FA 70 is the Military Functional Area (MFA) for Health Services. Officers in this MFA serve in a variety of critical roles throughout the entire spectrum of military health, including:

Health Services Plans, Operations, Intelligence Security and Training Officers Health Services Administrators Health Services Comptrollers Health Services Human Resources Officers Biomedical Sciences Officers Preventive Medicine Science Officers Medical Logistics Officers Medical Information Systems Officers Dental Services Officers Veterinary Corps Officers Health Services Officers are responsible for planning, directing, and managing all aspects of the Army’s health care system. They work with Army, Navy, Air Force, and Veterans Affairs personnel to ensure that all military personnel and their families receive the highest quality of care.

To be eligible for MOS FA 70, officers must have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in a health-related field, such as nursing, public health, or health administration. They must also successfully complete the Basic Officer Leader Course (BOLC) and the Medical Service Corps Officer Basic Course (MSCOB).

Health Services Officers play a vital role in ensuring the health and well-being of all military personnel and their families. They are highly skilled and experienced professionals who are dedicated to providing the best possible care.

Here are some examples of specific duties that Health Services Officers may perform:

Develop and implement health care plans and programs for military units and organizations Manage the operations of medical facilities and organizations Oversee the training of medical personnel Develop and implement policies and procedures to ensure the quality and safety of health care services Manage the financial resources of health care organizations Conduct research on health care issues Represent the Army on health care-related boards and commissions Health Services Officers are also expected to be physically fit and able to perform the duties of a commissioned officer in the United States Army. This includes being able to march, run, and carry a backpack for long distances, as well as being able to operate and maintain weapons and equipment.

If you are interested in a career as a Health Services Officer in the United States Army, you should contact your local Army recruiter. They can provide you with more information about the qualifications and requirements for this MOS, as well as the application process.

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