Dogs and cats get better care by veterinarians than soldiers do, said retired Navy Cmdr. Bill Manofsky of California.
Manofsky said he has been fighting for better military medical care since 2003. He said he helped expose abuse and mistreatment of wounded soldiers at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in 2004.
That abuse led to the formation of the Warrior Transition Battalion at Fort Bragg and 34 others around the country.
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Los Angeles County Sheriffs Department Medical Services Bureau
The Los Angeles County Sheriffs Department Medical Services Bureau is the largest correctional medical services provider of its type in the world and the second largest unit of command in the Los Angeles County Sheriffs Department. It employs a broad range of medical professionals and due to projected expansion of services, we are currently hiring. We are currently looking for motivated medical professionals to join our team. Despite the current California budget crisis, the Los Angeles County Sheriffs Department is in a strong position to retain medical employees. This is due to a mandate that states inmates must receive proper medical care. Consequently, our medical staff enjoys tremendous job security and stability. This extends to guaranteed work hours.
Automated Fingerprint Identification System Operations Supervisor
Clinical Nurse Specialist
Facilities Project Manager II
Forensic Identification Specialist II
General Maintenance Worker
Inmate Crew Leader
Law Enforcement Technician
Nursing Assistant, Sheriff
Nursing Attendant II
Physician Specialist (Non-Megaflex)
Public Response Dispatcher I
Registered Nurse II, Sheriff
Safety Officer II
Senior Sewing Worker / North County
Sign Language Specialist
Supervising Crime Analyst, Sheriff
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