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AFSC Spotlight: Meet Maj. Joseph Jones

AFSC Spotlight: Meet Maj. Joseph Jones

Maj. Joseph Jones, a certified physician's assistant with the 72nd Medical Operations Readiness Squadron and a team lead for the sick call triage and treatment team, has served for 24 years in the U.S. Air Force. In addition to administrative paperwork, Jones' duties currently include triaging patients with respiratory and intestinal issues, and possibly COVID-19, versus patients with regular appointments and pharmacy customers. The Yuma, Arizona, native says the best part of his job is the people he works with and seeing the effect they have on the Tinker community by working together to get everyone feeling better.

AFSC Spotlight: Maj. Joseph Jones

Maj. Joseph Jones, a certified physician's assistant with the 72nd Operational Medical Readiness Squadron and a team lead for the sick call triage and treatment team, has served for 24 years in the U.S. Air Force. Originally from Yuma, Arizona, Jones likes playing softball and hanging out with friends and was named the 2018 MAJCOM Clinician of the Year. In addition to administrative paperwork, Jones' duties currently include triaging patients with respiratory and intestinal issues, and possibly COVID-19, versus patients with regular appointments and pharmacy customers. The best part of his job is the people he works with and seeing the effect they have on the Tinker community by working together to get everyone feeling better. (U.S. Air Force photo/Kelly White)

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AFSC Spotlight: Meet Maj. Joseph Jones

Maj. Joseph Jones, a certified physician's assistant with the 72nd Medical Operations Readiness Squadron and a team lead for the sick call triage and treatment team, has served for 24 years in the U.S. Air Force. In addition to administrative paperwork, Jones' duties currently include triaging patients with respiratory and intestinal issues, and possibly COVID-19, versus patients with regular appointments and pharmacy customers. The Yuma, Arizona, native says the best part of his job is the people he works with and seeing the effect they have on the Tinker community by working together to get everyone feeling better.