Eastern Oklahoma VA Health Care System
We are pleased that you have chosen a career with the Eastern Oklahoma VA Health Care System, which includes becoming a part of our mission to honor and serve our Veterans through excellence in health care. We strive to be a world-class, Veteran-centered health care organization serving Veterans through engagement, respect, value and evidence-based practice. We are excited that you are joining us on this journey.
Listed below is a brief overview of what you need to accomplish prior to coming on board and what you need to bring with you on your first day. Please print out the mandatory forms below and the optional forms that apply to you.
Prior To New Employee Orientation
- Ensure you arrange to have your Fingerprints captured prior to Orientation.
- Complete the Mandatory on-line Federal Background Investigation (e-QIP).
- Print out e-QIP signature forms (print out at the completion of the questionnaire)
- Print and complete all mandatory and applicable documentation.
Things to Bring on Your First Day
- Two forms of identification - See I-9 for list
- Drivers license, registration and auto insurance (for parking pass)
- e-QIP signature forms
- All applicable forms completed in full
- Report to Human Resources Management Service at 8:00 a.m. on your First Day:
Employment Eligibility Verification, I-9; Direct Deposit, 1199a; Declaration for Federal Employment (OF-306); Ethnicity and Race Identification, SF 181; Federal Tax Withholdings, W 4; Employee Educational Data, 4637; Statement of Prior Federal Service, SF144; Self-Identification of Disability, SF- 256
Thrift Savings Plan (Retirement), TSP-1; Health Benefits Election, SF 2809; Life Insurance Election, SF 2817; Designation of Beneficiary for Life Insurance, SF 2823
Jack C. Montgomery VA Medical Center
Human Resources, Building 8
1011 Honor Heights Drive
Muskogee, OK 74401
For further questions, please contact Human Resources at 918-577-3600.
Click here for driving directions.
Living in Muskogee & Tulsa Metropolitan Area
The Jack C. Montgomery VA Medical Center is located in Muskogee, Okla., a thriving city of 39,000 residents that boasts small-town charm, southern hospitality, a rich Native American heritage, Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame, renowned annual Azalea Festival, 32 attractive parks and easy access to boating, fishing, hiking, camping, hunting and wildlife watching.
For those yearning for big-city amenities, Muskogee is only 35 miles to Broken Arrow, which consistently ranks as one of the best cities to live in the U.S.
Family Circle Magazine featured Broken Arrow in 2008 as one of the 10 best towns for families, Wallet Hub ranked Broken Arrow in 2015 as the 4th best city for first-time homebuyers, and Money Magazine ranked Broken Arrow in 2011 as the 8th best place to retire due to the cost-of-living, impressive performing arts center, newly built St. John Broken Arrow hospital, eight golf courses and miles of bike and walking paths.
Muskogee is also only 48 miles to downtown Tulsa, which is considered the cultural and arts center of Oklahoma and houses two world-renowned art museums, full-time professional opera and ballet companies, and one of the nation's most extensive collections of Art Deco architecture.
Downtown Tulsa is also home to the BOK Center, a multi-purpose arena that hosts the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament, Tulsa Oilers professional ice hockey team and the biggest name recording artists in America. For baseball fans, downtown Tulsa also offers the newly built ONEOK Field, a 7,833 seat stadium that is home to the Tulsa Drillers minor league baseball team.
When deciding to relocate, we know that school systems are a top priority for parents and the Tulsa Metropolitan Area has many high performing schools to choose from. Niche.com gave Broken Arrow Public Schools an A- rating, Union and Bixby an A rating and Jenks an A+ rating.
We hope you will consider a position with the Eastern Oklahoma VA Health Care System where you will not only serve our nation’s heroes but also grow your professional career.