deferring payback time due to specializing?

Discussion in 'Military Dentistry' started by shamrock2006, May 9, 2007.

  1. shamrock2006

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    Is this something you can do? just to clarify what i'm saying....if you go on an HPSP..and do well enough to say..get into a 2 yr ortho program....can you NOT have the military pay for it, finance it yourself and still only owe four yrs in the military as a specialist? Or if ur on the HPSP, get into a specialty program...the military automatically pays for it and you owe even more time in payback years (6 in the case of ortho)? does this make sense?
     
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  3. SquidsLife

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    Yes to the first.

    No to the second.

    Read the thread "specializing in the military" located farther down in military dentistry.
     

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