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Allied Health Careers at VA
Groundbreaking Research
Affiliations with the Nation’s leading universities give me the opportunity to work on research that will change the future of medicine.
Access to the Latest Technology
The Nation’s most comprehensive Computerized Patient Records System is at VA, putting each Veteran’s rehabilitation plan at my fingertips.
Difficult Cases, Rewarding Outcomes
From cognitive to cardiopulmonary rehabilitation, VA has care settings that support my skills and career.
Supporting My Life
A generous collection of benefits helps keep me focused on the Veterans, not my retirement.
Growing my Career
I’m working every day to be the best. At VA, they’re going to help me get there with leadership training programs and tuition support.
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Careers to Consider

With diverse care environments and a lifetime of growth ahead of you, VA has a variety of allied health careers that fit your skills, including:

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Gain the skills and benefits that define your career.
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Is the pay competitive at VA?
Our pay is comparable to the private sector. With locations in all 50 states, plus the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico, we scale salaries to your area’s cost of living. We also offer premium pay for on-call, weekend, overtime, and holiday duty.
Can VA help me with my college loans?
Yes, we have a Student Loan Repayment Program for allied health professionals with qualified loans. LEARN MORE
Will VA give the opportunity to further my education?
We have a variety of tuition support programs that will help you take your skills to the next level. LEARN MORE
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Develop your career and expand your skills.
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How does VA support my work/life balance?
We understand that your home life is just as important as your career. That’s why we offer flexible scheduling. We also have generous time-off benefits for our newly hired employees. LEARN MORE
Will I get the opportunity to develop as a leader?
We have affiliations with the Nation’s top universities, allowing you to help guide students’ fieldwork experiences. We also have leadership positions in regional and national health care organizations. LEARN MORE
Will I get to work with National rehabilitation groups?
Yes, we work closely with National groups to develop best practices that improve outcomes for not just our Veterans, but patients everywhere.
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Build on a lifetime of experience.
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Will I be able to lead research?
VA is one of the largest clinical research organizations in the U.S., conducting more than 10,000 studies across the U.S., District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico. Our intramural funding gives our allied health professionals the freedom to develop studies that will most help their patients. LEARN MORE
Will I have the opportunity to move into administration?
Yes, we pride ourselves on being an organization that grows with you. If you’re looking for a new challenge, we have specialized in-house training, continuing education, and formal development programs to guide our allied health efforts.
How are VA retirement benefits?
Our benefits will help ensure retirement is everything you want it to be. VA employees are covered by the Federal Retirement System (FERS), which includes Social Security benefits, FERS basic benefits, and the Thrift Savings Plan (TSP), which is similar to a 401(k). LEARN MORE
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