AMSUS, The Society of Federal Health Professionals, is a non-profit member-based educational and professional development association serving the Department of Defense, Veterans Affairs, and Health and Human Services, federal health professionals and their families, our industry partners and advocates for advancing health for all- especially through interagency collaboration. AMSUS supports the federal health professional and honors the legacy of federal medicine’s tremendous impact in advancing and improving health for all Americans and international coalition partners.
Military Medicine is the association’s official bi-monthly journal. Articles published in the journal are peer-reviewed scientific papers, case reports, and editorials. The objective of the Military Medicine is to promote awareness of federal medicine by providing a forum for responsible discussion of common ideas and problems relevant to federal healthcare.
Participants will have the opportunity to network and learn from 1,800+ medical colleagues, including experts in their field, while developing strong professional relationships, as well as share knowledge and results of collaborative efforts, learn about innovative medical advances and superior practices in patient care
Who are the Members of AMSUS?
Our members represent all healthcare disciplines and are (or have been) affiliated with a federal health agency, the Department of Veterans Affairs, as well as civilians and individuals of the military medical services of other nations.
AMSUS acknowledges the abilities of many outstanding federal health care individuals each year through our distinguished Awards Program. The all-new online submission site is accepting nominations from May 15 to…
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“AMSUS as a professional organization has provided me with an opportunity to learn about the front line of military medicine and broaden my understanding of what the innovators of federal healthcare are accomplishing so that I can continue their legacy in providing patients with care that is supported by the most recent science.”
— Brandon N. Murdock, 2LT, USA, MS
Army Medical Student, Class of 2021
Uniformed Services University