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The Peace Corps offers a three-tiered program for returned Volunteers that covers routine medical care after service, evaluation of service-related conditions, and treatment of service-related illnesses and injuries.
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This section of the website is adapted from the Post-Service Health Benefits Guide, a handbook for returned Volunteers. For the purposes of this handbook, the term "Volunteer" includes Peace Corps, United Nations and Crisis Corps Volunteers and Trainees.   
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|country= Liberia
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|yearservicestarted= 1974
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|yearserviceended= 1975
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|site= Cuttington College
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== Description of Service ==
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[[At a glance]]<br> 
Trained in Phily and then in Monrovia.
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An overview of all post-service health programs 
Initially worked as a bio and chem teacher at Gboveh high school and then moved to Cuttington College where I was in the Bio section of the Science Department.
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== Lessons Learned ==
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[[CorpsCare]]<br> 
Great experience, great memories, great friends.
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An affordable, private, comprehensive health insurance policy designed specifically for returned Volunteers.
Gives me pause weekly to relive my African experience.
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Has affected me politically, personally, and professionally.
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[[Medical and Dental Evaluations]]<br>
== About Michael Hudson Today ==
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Learn how to receive medical and dental evaluation of service-related conditions within six months after your Volunteer service ends.
Returned to the US and completed my masters and then worked on a doctorate in teaching biology to continue my PC experience.
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Took a side trip to medical school but always taught.
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Spend 16 years as a family physician in my old neighborhood in Portland, Oregon.
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[[FECA]]<br> 
Considered returning to Africa, but moved to a small rural island in BC, Canada for another great international experience.
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If your health care provider determines you need treatment for a service-related condition, you may be eligible for benefits under the Federal Employees' Compensation Act.
Now involved in teaching med students and starting up residency training programs in Corvallis, Oregon.
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==External Links==
== External Links ==
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[http://www.peacecorps.gov/index.cfm?shell=resources.former.benefits.healthben Health Benefits] Official US Peace Corps Website
 
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== Publications based on Peace Corps Experience ==
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Latest revision as of 10:40, 21 May 2014

The Peace Corps offers a three-tiered program for returned Volunteers that covers routine medical care after service, evaluation of service-related conditions, and treatment of service-related illnesses and injuries.

This section of the website is adapted from the Post-Service Health Benefits Guide, a handbook for returned Volunteers. For the purposes of this handbook, the term "Volunteer" includes Peace Corps, United Nations and Crisis Corps Volunteers and Trainees.


At a glance
An overview of all post-service health programs


CorpsCare
An affordable, private, comprehensive health insurance policy designed specifically for returned Volunteers.


Medical and Dental Evaluations
Learn how to receive medical and dental evaluation of service-related conditions within six months after your Volunteer service ends.


FECA
If your health care provider determines you need treatment for a service-related condition, you may be eligible for benefits under the Federal Employees' Compensation Act.


External Links[edit]

Health Benefits Official US Peace Corps Website