If You Have A Background In Health Care, These 5 Companies Want To Hire You

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U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Armando R. Limon

Health care is a broad field that touches the lives of everyone. It’s also a field with a ton of growth potential. Physician assistant and nurse practitioner jobs are expected to grow by 30% between 2014 and 2024, which is significantly higher than most of the national average. Though these require advanced degrees, they are certainly worthwhile to consider if you have a medical background — military or otherwise. Veterans who have worked in or around hospitals and clinics, in any type of medical support or administrative role, will want to explore these exciting jobs that are available through Hirepurpose partner companies.


BAYADA Home Health Care is a trusted leader in providing clinical care and support services at home for children and adults of all ages. The company is seeking motivated individuals who want to develop and use their skills in any one of its specialty practices, including, adult nursing, assistive care, pediatrics, habilitation, home health, or hospice.

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Crowe Horwath LLP is a public accounting, consulting, and technology firm dedicated to connecting specialized knowledge with innovative technology to bring value to its clients. Many Crowe individuals, both past and present, have served in the military and their experiences have helped to make them successful in their roles at Crowe and bring value to their teams and the firm.

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Walgreens is one of the nation’s top pharmacies and wellness and beauty companies. Walgreens is currently looking for transitioning service members or veterans with health-care backgrounds. Walgreens has proudly pledged to recognize, honor and enforce the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act, and to ensure our managers and supervisors have the tools they need to effectively manage team members who serve in the National Guard and Reserve.

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For those with a background in health care, customer service, or nursing, Anthem, Inc., has thousands of roles open right now. Anthem is ranked as one of “America’s Most Admired Companies” among health insurers by Fortune Magazine and received the 2016 Military Friendly Employer designation.

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U.S. Medical Management provides comprehensive management, administrative, and support services and has specific expertise in physician house call medicine. The company is looking for physicians and registered nurses to join the team.

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