Physician - MEPS
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POST DATE 5/13/2017
END DATE 8/9/2018
Cape Fox Federal Integrators
Cape Fox Federal Integrators is currently accepting
resumes for skilled physicians to support the Military
Entrance Processing Stations(MEPS) across the United
States. This position is contingent upon contract award.
The mission of the United States Military Processing
Command(USMEPCOM) is to process applicants for the Armed
Forces of the United States. The Command administers
over 350,000 physical examinations annually at 65 MEPS
and processing sites located throughout the continental
United States, Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico, to
support the mission of the Armed Forces' recruiting
services for the Departments of the Army, Navy, Air
Force, Marines, and Coast Guard.
The Physician shall provide personal services for Fee
Basis Providers (FBP) who shall perform medical
histories, physical examinations, and reviews of
required medical tests and documents pertaining to
consultations and medical histories on applicants of the
Armed Forces at 65 Military Entrance Processing Stations
(MEPS) and processing facility for the United States
Military Entrance Processing Command (USMEPCOM).
Essential Functions and Responsibilities
Perform Medical histories;physical examinations; reviews
of required medical tests and documents pertaining to
consultations and medical histories.
Assessing applicant medical documentation and rendering
their medical opinion on an applicant's medical
qualification for serving in the Armed Forces by using
qualification standards set forth by Department of
Defense policy under the general supervision of the
MEPS Chief Medical Officer (CMO) .
Physician with a valid, unrestricted license from any
state and must be able to obtain necessary privileging.
All current and past state licenses shall be
unencumbered. This license will be current (not revoked,
suspended, or lapsed in registration), valid and
unencumbered (not subject to restriction pertaining to
the scope, location, or type of practice ordinarily
granted to other applicants for similar licenses in
The license must be one allowing independent level of
practice and granted by the recognized licensing agency
of a State, the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth
of Puerto Rico, Guam, or the Virgin Islands.
Must be able to effectively comprehend applicant
discussions of their medical history and to perform
physical examination functions.
Shall be fully capable of performing required duties.To
understand USMEPCOM and DoD regulatory requirements and
to perform medical physical examination screenings which
might include standing for extended periods of time up
to 6 hours.
Shall possess computer skills necessary to access and
update electronic applicant medical documentation,
access and respond to e-mail communications, and use
internet sites as required to obtain information on
medical issues or gain information from organizations
involved in accessing personnel into the Armed Forces
Must have authorization to work in the United States as
defined by the Immigration Reform Act of 1986.
Cape Fox Corporation, its subsidiaries, and joint
ventures will provide equal employment opportunities to
all persons and prohibits employment decisions on the
basis of race, religion, color, creed, national origin,
sex, age, disabling condition, political affiliation,
protected veterans status, or sexual orientation. Cape
Fox Corporation, its subsidiaries and joint ventures
offer preference to Cape Fox Corporation shareholders,
descendants and other Native Americans pursuant to
Public Law 100-241.