Health Care Specialists work in teams to provide primary health care services or health care support to Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) members. Health Care Specialists are non-combatants, which means they do not engage the enemy and carry weapons for personal protection only.
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Biomedical Electronics Technologists maintain and repair medical and dental equipment used in the CAF.
Bioscience Officers reduce and prevent health threats to CAF members and improve their operational performance.
Dental Officers practice preventive dentistry and dental treatment for oral diseases, injuries, and defects of the teeth.
Dental Technicians support Dental Officers in delivering dental services to CAF members and their families.
Medical Assistants assist Medical and Nursing Officers to treat the sick and injured in CAF units and on operations.
Medical Laboratory Techs provide medical laboratory data used in the treatment and diagnosis of medical conditions.
Medical Officers provide primary health care services for CAF members, whether at a military clinic or overseas.
Medical Radiation Technologists provide diagnostic imaging services used to diagnose and treat medical conditions.
Medical Technicians work with Physician Assistants, Medical and Nursing Officers to treat the sick and injured.
Nursing Officers provide care to ill and injured CAF members, in both Canadian clinics and hospitals abroad.
Operating Room Technicians are responsible in providing safe and hygienic performances while partaking in operative procedures.
Pharmacy Officers provide pharmaceutical care to CAF members.
Physiotherapy Officers assess, educate and treat CAF members for musculoskeletal injuries and conditions.
Social Work Officers support the morale, efficiency and mental health of CAF members and their families.
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