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NMOTC - Pensacola
Navy Medicine Operational Training Center
Prospective Undersea Medical Officer
Navy Forms Online
Be a citizen of the United States.
MUST BE A VOLUNTEER
Pass all three parts of national boards (USMLE or COMLEX) before reporting to NUMI.
Successfully completed medical or osteopathic degree plus at least one year of medical internship at an accredited medical training facility.
Hold a state medical license or have applied for a state medical license.
Hold Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS) certification. Certification must remain valid throughout this course.
Be able to meet minimum physical requirements per MILPERSMAN
Students must have a security clearance SECRET to attend the Undersea Medical Officer course.
Have a full uniform sea bag to include: Service Dress Blue, Service Dress White ("choker whites" for men), Summer White, Khaki, NWU and appropriate outerwear. Physical training uniforms consist of short-sleeved white t-shirts, UDT shorts (issued by NUMI or bought at a local uniform store), navy PT shorts, navy blue sweatshirt and sweatpants.
Be currently Dive Duty and Submarine Duty qualified. This requires a current, complete physical exam specifically designated for the purpose of Dive Duty and Submarine Duty (
MANMED 15-102 & 106
). Applicants will also need to meet the MANMED Section 3 Standards for Enlistment and Commissioning. Any disqualifying condition will require a waiver, even if one has previously been received for the same condition. The Submarine and Diving Duty physical examination must be properly documented on a form DD 2807-1 and form DD 2808 and signed by an Undersea Medical Officer.
Pressure test (to pressure of 60 fsw for 10 minutes in a dry hyperbaric chamber (this may be completed at NUMI if facilities are not available prior to detachment from previous command). Pressure test date & results must be documented on a form NAVMED 6150/2, which must be complete on both sides and signed as either PQ or NPQ for Diving Duty by a UMO or DMO.
Physical requirements restrict pregnant service members from eligibility per OPNAVINST 6000.1 series
For more info contact
NUMI UMOC HERE