Serving as a Marine Corps nurse you will discover new meaning for the term teamwork. You will have an opportunity to work side by side with medical professionals, in a variety of situations helping patients. You will be serving in a position of respect and honor, serving your country while you advance your professional skills. It is Marine Corps career that is rewarding and challenging, and you have the additional respect of being able to serve as a commissioned Marine Corps officer.
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Every Nurse in the Unites States Marine Corps is a Commissioned Navy Officer. Your opinion will be relied upon to give patients improved care, and you will work with other medical professionals using state of the Art facilities, materials and technology. You will have the ability to work with patients on a one to one basis, and connect with them. You will get to know many of your patients, the brave Marines and Sailors and their dependents serving in the War on Terror, who have responded to the call to serve and defend their country. Joining the Marine Corps Nursing program means joining a rich heritage that is designed to deal with patients one on one.
You will work with fellow nurses, cardiologists, therapists, physicians and surgeons, and work together to formulate patient care plans. With the advent of technology you will be able to give a higher level of care than many situations in the civilian sector. The Marine Corps has programs for nursing dealing with many different specialties. You will be able to choose your Marine Corps-nursing specialty from among areas such as: performing Critical Care, dealing with Obstetrics/Gynecology. Working with General Medicine/General Surgery and assisting in Pediatrics. You will be trained in Emergency Room and Trauma Medicine Recovery Room/Post-Anesthesia and patient Preoperative Care. You will stand rotations in Psychiatry, Neurosurgery and Oncology.
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It does not matter where you are at in your nursing career, a student nurse or a full licensed nurse working in the field; there is a program in the Marine Corps that can help. There are generous financial assistance, and lucrative scholarships that are available, as well as continuing education programs. There are bonuses for up to $25,000 dollars for nurses joining the Marine Corps, and also programs for nurses currently going to school. In addition there are opportunities in the Marine Corps ROTC program especially for nursing students. The Naval Reserve Officer program for nurses can provide up to $180,000 dollars toward college tuition, books and all fees. You can work toward a four-year degree and then serve as a Marine Corps nurse.
I am a prior service Nurse Corps Offcer (O-3) who resigned commision. Now, 44 yo finishing FNP post masters what am I qualified for if I am granted an age waiver? IE Bonuses/tuition student loan payments/Rank?
How is this different from regular Navy NC service vs “Marine Corps Nurse Sevice”?
Skyler Glahn says
I am Schuyler Glahn, I’m 17 from Owensboro Kentucky. I am very interested in the Marine Corps, and i was hopeing to find a medical based job within the Corps. My grandfather was a medic in the U.S. Army in Korea and i very much would liek to follow in his footsteps. However, I want to step it up and join the best of the best. Is there any type of feild nursing jobs, jobs kind of like a civilian E.M.T would do or are the nursing jobs all based in a feild hospital? I have been doing intence physical training for teh past two years in preperation for teh Corp, but only recently have I decided on a job path to take once enlisted. I also plan on becoming an Officer after getting college sufficiant credits, which hopefuly would make me elligable for a wider range of jobs, but I am not sure on the way things work entirely so a reply to this letter with some information on the subject would be greatly appreciated.
Thank you for your time and consideration.
Sincerely: Schuyler Glahn
my name is andrea zybowski. Can i Join the marines and just be a nurse or do I have to go through the boot camp.
Samantha Saulmon says
It is my dream to be a nurse for the service! Navy or Marine!
elizabeth muntes says
Can i just be a nurse and help patients and not go through the boot camp?
hollie mullenex says
how would i be able get around with college if i get into the military nurse..?
Interested in receiving info concerning Marine Corps nursing.
I am Italian and living in England at the moment,I am a 1st year student nurse and I was wondering once qualified,will it there a possibility for me to work as a nurse for the US Marines or only American citizens are allowed to do that?
Kind regards Anna
marie lottering says
Hi there, i am a 21 year old South African woman and would like more information on joining the us millitary i am very interested in the marine corps.
robert burkeen says
can I do the bootcamp an take training to become nursing officer?
Jennifer Perkins says
I am a 32 yo female with an associates in nursing I also have a family but aminterested injoining abranch of themilitary toget a jump start in my training . What is the yearly salary, housing allowance, and do I go through boot camp?
rebecca bitner says
hi im very interesting working with or in the armed forces such as the marines. I am mostly thinking of doing nursing and would like to still do boot camp if it is possable? right now i have yet to graduate, am in my senior year of high school and am also 17.
other than nursing im interested in EMT paramedic programs
wouldnt mind flying choppers.
i used to want to be a fighter pilot but my eyesight is apparently not able to meet the qualifications
Hi, my name Is Paola, I am from Bolivia, but I am not an american citizen, and I am currently studying in France. I was wondering if I could join the navy as a nurse. Thank you for your time and help.
I wanna do nursing but I also wanna be a Marine as well knowing I would be taking care of friends and other soldiers yet serving my country at the same time was always a dream of mine but I still wanna be classified as a Marine I wanna do the bootcamp and basic trainning as well if Im going be a marine I want to have the same experince and trainning I want to earn my place as a Marine like everyone else.
Ive been here in the states since 2003. I finished my associates degree in nursing here also and currently working as a registered nurse in the hospital. i only have a working visa. i am not a us- citizen nor i have a green card. am i qualified to join or do i need to have at least a green card or a bachelor’s degree?
Cris, your education shouln’t be a problem. if you don’t meet schooling requirements then the military may likely pay for you to finish your degree.
Not sure about the citizenship requirement. I was under the impression citizenship was required but someone informed me otherwise. The best way for you to be sure is to contact a recruiter and ask him directly.
I will graduate from nursing school soon and was wondering if it was possible for me to join the Marines Corp as a nurse? Is it possible?
I was wondering, in order to become a Nurse for the Marines, do you have to go through all the stuff that regular Marines do? Because Im not sure if I could do that. But I am currently in the beginning of my schooling for nursing, but would like to serve my country as well.
My father served in Korea as a civilian under the Marine Corp nursing program. I would like to know more about this program, he was shot down and a sole survivor of 9 in the crash. He has been fighting for a pension after years in both the Air Force and Army. He has other service related injuries, and should have recieved a medical discharge. It has now been 7 years and still no answer. I would love to know if there were any other non-service member nurses in Korea.
Does the marines have a nurse corps? or do we have to enroll in the navy nurse corps?
do i have to go to boot camp or do any type of combat to be a Nurse for the Marine Corps.? i
Do the Marines have their own nursing, or is it just through the Navy? If so, where can I find more information on Marine/Navy Nursing?
Every Marine goes through boot camp no matter what your MOS will be after. You have to go through basic training that’s why it is called BASIC training. every marine also goes to SOI (school of infantry) some go through a shorter version depending on your MOS.
My passion is to become a nurse. What better way to give back to this country than to heal our Military men and women.
I currently work for local government and about to get my BA degree in business. I’ve been trying to look for schools who offer nursing training, but of course I would be a beginner and most of these schools require an LVN or RN. Any suggestions?
If you become a nurse and decide to join the Marines you will not be able to practice your profession because the Marines do not have a medical field. Marines utilize the navy for all their medical needs since technically the Marines are a Department of the Navy. So if you decide you want to be a nurse for the Marines you will be joining the Navy taking care of both Marines and Sailors. If you are a Marine or Sailor you can apply for the Medical Enlisted Commissioning Program where they will send you to nursing school for 3 years and become an Ensign upon completion. I am currently an Active Duty Marine participating in this program and upon completion i have to switch over to the Navy. During the program you get full pay and benefits and may use military gi bill benefits to pay for school.
Hey ya’ll i am really thinking about being a nurse for the Marine Corps/Navy Courses. I am still enlisted in school as a Sophomore but i am taking a lot of interest in being a nurse, I have always wanted to be a nurse since i was little and I also have friends and I used to have family in it so I was thinking why not be there for the people who serve us? So i thought of being a nurse for them! I need way more information about this choice and i was wondering if anybody could give me that… if so you can reach me at [email protected]
Thank You 🙂
Hi i was wondering if i could get more information about being a nurse for the Marine Corps
Can I just be a Marine Nurse and not go through the boot camp???
shelsa millien says
I really want to know more about the marine Corps/ Navy course I wanted to know more about the program and what i need to qualify
if some one can please get back with me that will be greatly appreciated.
I was interested in becoming a nurse/medic for the Marines, do I have to have any previous Nursing education? Or will the military send me to school for it? Also I presume that I would have to go through boot camp but is there any other type of training I would have to complete or go through?
Claudia flores says
what do you need to be in the marine corps nursing?
Ryan Chavez says
Im looking in to the Marines because I’ve always wanted to be in the Marines but all my schooling is medical I have my EMT-I is there a way i can go in to the Marines and cross train with the Navy to be a corpsman? Also if i want to go to Marine OCS could i stay in the Marines and work in the medical field as an officer or do i just have to go to the Navy?
what does it take to serve as a nurse at the Marine Corps?
How do i sign up to do this?
I am 18 and am really looking for a career in nursing. The fact that i could help my country in the process excites me.
And also what does it take to serve as a marine nurse? is there a bootcamp or something along those lines?
Hi I am Chelsea, I am currently a sophomore in high school, but i would like to pursue my dream and join the marines/navy medical corps. my brother is currently in the army and is serving us in Iraq, I would like to some what follow in his foot steps. I would like to start as soon as possible and get into training. Please contact me with any information at [email protected]. Thanks
laura rodriguez says
am a junior in high school and i am interested in becoming a marine nurse …i am in MCJROTC right now … what things do i need to qualified….citizenship?? and i was wondering do i need to go though boot camp ?? i would like to work as intensive care or something similar to that but only with a specific group of people ….i think that if i work hard and not quit i can become a marine nurse.. please contact me another mail is [email protected]..thanks
Do I have to go through boot camp to be a office worker in the marines ?
hi my name is brenda am mexican living in el centro california and i would like to join the marines nursing once i graduate i just want information to know more about it.
Im 16 years old. Im a junior in high school. I am going to graduate in June of 2012. When i graduate i would like to pursue a career as becoming a nurse in the Marines. I have not been involved in any ROTC programs or contacted a recruiter for my area. My main question what are the main steps or preparation that i need to be aware of?
I am a registered nurse with my associates degree.i just graduated nursing school. I am very eager to join and work as a nurse caring for soliders. I live in new jersey but am willing to travel. I want to further my education and get my bachelors and more in time. Now I want to gain experience and knowledge in my field through the US military please send me all/ any info on how to enlist. Looking forward to starting my career.
can i work for the marine corps just being a cna?
Patricia Pickett says
I have been a nurse for 22 years. I am very good at my job. I am highly confident and I am looking for a new challenge. I know I am well past the 29 year old cut off date for enlistment at 47 years old. However, I am also aware that under certain circumstances a waiver can be allowed. I am looking for that waiver. I am divorced and my children are all adults. I can devote my every waking moment to the Corp. It is what I desire to do. I need this and I would be an extremely valuable asset to the corp. It would be a huge mistake on your part to dismiss me due to my age. I expect to hear from you forthwith.
hi my name is maria, i been taken a few classes for the nursing program but im interested to join the marine nursing and keep studying and hopefully become a nurse and serve my country.. what do i need to do to join in?
is there an position called a marine nurse ? or is there another name ?
am indian.. l finished gnm course . and now am tring to join marine feild as a nurse
2nd year BSN says
everyone who joins the US military must go through boot camp regardless of age or rank. This is where everyone learns the meaning of teamwork and how to be both a leader and follower. it is much harder for those who are non-us citizens to join due to the increase of actual citizens applying in the many branches. I myself plan on joining as soon as I am finished with my college. Being a graduate of BSN is completely different from just a regular RN your are train in all fields pertaining to a nurse. Joining the military is not for the faint of heart especially the marines. There they WILL break you to make you fit to barre the marine name. As for the age aspect of the military the younger the better. even if get a wavier you will not be excuse from PT otherwise they will remove you. but the older CNA or RN may apply as a nursing instructor. if there are further questions please just post and i will try my best to answer them. remember your are not in the Marines you ARE a MARINE
Hi, My name is Cayla I am a senior in highschool and planning for my future. I am greatly interested in serving my country as a nurse but I had a few questions. Do I have to go through boot camp? after graduation what schooling do I need? how can I start to prepare? Is there anyone specific I can contact for more information about this?
Thank you for your time!
Desiree Guerra says
Hi im Desiree, im 16 and i would love to be a marine or navy nurse. I would like to know how i can be a part of this and i also want to know if i am suppost to go through the boot camp procedure in order to be a nurse.
Kendyl hutcherson says
Hi my name is kendyl , and I wanted to know a few things , such as will I have to go to nursing school before becoming a marine nurse/ navy nurse ? will I have to go to boot camp or any type of training if so about how long will it take before I can acually start ? Who can I call for more info ?
My Name is Meaghan. I’m 17 years old right now. im going into my senior year of high school. i’v always wanted to become a nurse. trying to drift toward becoming an RN. i am currently in a CNA class through my high school. im going into my second year of it. i will become a CNA by the end of this year. I am giving this a very deep though of joining. but im confused on some things. what are the requirements join? and would i have to go through boot camp to become a military nurse? would i need nursing school? i hope someone can help me find these answers. thank you!
You have to have your bachelors degree in nusing before you can work in any branch of the military’s nurse corps. you have to have recieved the bachelors degree from a school that meets that branch’s requirements. Once you have your bachelors degree you can enlist and you will be automatically sent to officer’s training and be an officer in the military.
muhammad rafiq says
i am a male registered nurse.can i join the us military??
my dream is to become a marine nurse, but i don’t know how to go about it. i need to know more about this opportunity. the educational qualifications and all it entails to be able to be a marine nurse. as a nigerian, do i have the opportunity to work as a marine nurse in the united states of america.
i’ll be expecting your reply
Noby kurian says
am a 4th yr student nurse . i wanted to become a marine nurse soon after finishing this course so wat i need to do afte rfinishing my course
hi my name is mara i am a student at cayon springs high school im only 16 years old and i’ve been intersting in becoming a marine nurse i was wondering if there is anything espesific that i need to do in becoming a marine nurse and if there is i would like to know what it takes to become and marine nurse?
Hey, I am 16 and two years from graduating from high-school but am looking into becoming a military nurse. What are the requirements? Would I go through boot camp?
Whitney Hall says
Hey, I’m Whitney and I’m almost 16 years old. I would love to join the military and be a nurse. Either the Marines or Army. I just dont know the requirements. I think it would be great for me. My brother is a Marine and graduated last October. I dont wanna follow him I just want to achieve my goal by joining the military.
I am a 46 year old RN BSN with 17years experience. I really want to join the military and work on a resiliency team. Is there any hope for my dream?
Hi, I’m Ally, I’m 16 years old and currently a junior in high school. I always wanted to be on a pathway towards music and business. And then I met my boyfriend of two years, who is infact enlisting to be a marine. I didn’t make the choice to want to nursing in the marines, but the I needed to find a solution that was suitable and would work for both of us. I’ve been reading quite deeply into this and actually have become extremely interested in doing this, however, I would like some advice of some seasoned nurses and would like to hear some of their stories and even children of these people as well. I want to know exactly what I’m getting into and a website can only give you a basic insight of a subject. And I want the nitty gritty, not a cookie cutter, sugar coated explanation on salary and schooling. That stuff is important too, but that’s not why I want to get into it. I like helping and meeting people. I want to be someone that the doctor or surgeon or patient can rely on and know I’ll be there at all times for them. I know I’m just a 16 year old and I have a whole life ahead of me, but I want to know what that life will entail before I change it so dramatically.
M K Nunley says
I have been in the Navy Nurse Corps for 24+ years after 8 years in Civilian Nursing.
FYI, the Army, Navy & Air Force have Nurse Corps Officers. Navy Nurses support the Marines. The US Coast Guard does not have Nurses. A BSN is required to get into any of the services at this time.
Officer Development School (in the Navy) is the first step (after being recruited & commissioned) into the Nurse Corps.
It is not as tough as boot camp, and some refer to it as “Knife & Fork” school, as you will be initiated into the military traditions, wearing the uniform, etc.
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What are the degree requirements? I have a bachelor of arts (non-nursing) and I am currently enrolled in an associate degree of nursing program and will be a RN when I graduate. I did not pursue my BSN because (1) I already have a bachelors degree and (2) I can directly enter into a MSN program someday without it since I have a non-nursing bachelors degree.
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As a retired United States Navy Nurse Corps Commander you should know that there is NO SUCH THING as a Marine Corps Nurse. Navy Nurse Corps Officers are commissioned officers in the United States Navy, and after you finish or have a BSN you go to Officer Indoctrination School (which was 6 weeks when I went in 1981) to learn more about the Navy, it’s history and what you need to know to be an Officer. Making wild statements that have no basis is just as bad as telling a falsehood. STOP saying that there is such a thing as a Marine Corps Nurse!!
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You will be a Navy nurse and take care on Marines but the Marines depend on the Navy for medical care..
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my name is Nzerem Victor Chisom, am 21 years, i’m from Imo state, am a student nurse (RN) schooling in the Gambia school of nursing and midwifery, am in second (2) year. i am very interested in the marine corps, i have wish to join the marine corps through out my life and am fully ready to serve the country as a nurse marine corps.
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Hello, I am a junior nursing student in Erie, PA. I just wanted some clarification as to what I can do with my nursing degree in the Marine Corps. I’m seriously considering contacting someone, but I’m worried that I won’t be able to earn experience as a nurse in the Marine Corps.
Albert Buzzelli says
As a USMC Viet Nam era veteran,, I find it interesting that so many young persons want to be Marine nurses. There is no such person. as has already been mentioned by ones who know. The medical needs of US Marines are met by US Navy personnel. Doctors, nurses and dentists who serve in Marine ground and air units are Navy officers. Hospital corpsmen or medics serving in combat and support units are enlisted Navy men and women. While the USMC has Medical Battalions, they are staffed with Navy personnel. Marine enlisted personnel in medical units serve in non-medical positions as drivers, clerks and other jobs. As there are two branches in the Navy Department, the Marines do not have a separate Medical Corps. Young ones who are wanting to serve in the any armed force as a nurse should seek out factual information from someone who served as a nurse or doctor before making a potentially life changing decision.
Albert, thank you for your service. Stay healthy. Best, Larry
Samantha Reilly says
I would love to be able to take care of those brave men and women who serve our country. I am going to be applying to a nursing program soon, but am now considering whether or not I should go directly into a school within the marines if that is a thing or go to the program I initially planned to attend and then join the marines?
I would love to know more information!