Glossary of 1300.2A Suitability Screening, Medical Assignment Screening, and Exceptional Fam
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- How long is a suitability screening good for?
- 12 months
- How long must the suitability screening be kept on file?
- Two years
- Who completes NAVMED 1300/1 Part 2?
- A dental exam by a civilian provider would be considered current if it was done within how many months?
- Six months
- How often are TLD (temporary limited duty) evaluations done?
- Every two months
- When is a member placed on TLD (temporary limited duty) status?
- If a condition keeps a member from transferring for at least 90 days
- How many days worth of medication can be dispensed for an en route period of transfer?
- Up to 180 days, no less than 30 days
- What happens if a family member has not received ACIP recommended immunizations?
- Medically unsuitable to accompany member to overseas assignment and are not enrolled in EFMP for that reason
- Children attending DOD schools must attain what immunizations?
- Hep B
DPT(Diptheria, tetanus, and pertussis)
HiB (Haemophilius influenza type B)
- If an immunization condition is temporary, when will the vaccine be administered?
- Within 30 days of exemption expiration
- If a child is exempt from immunizations due to religion what happens during an outbreak at school?
- Excluded from school til the outbreak is concluded.
- A disqualifying medical requirement is annoiated on what?
- NAVMED form 1300/1 Part 1 Medical, Dental, and Educational Suitability Screening for Service and Family Members
- What is the mechanism for requesting or obtaining a waiver from BUMED of immunization requirements to for family members?
- There is none.
- Who recommends an immunization status review prior to international travel?
- The Advisory Committee on Innunization Practives and the American Academy of Pediatrics.
- Are DOD civilian employees and their family members enrolled in the EFMP?
- Pregnancy confirmation must be reported tothe CO with-in what time frame?
- 2 weeks.
- How is pregnancy screening done?
- What is the age groups for infant/toddlers and pre-school/school aged children?
- Birth to two and 3 to 21
- Family travel and command sponsorship cannot be denied due to what?
- The non-availablity of EIS or special education services.
- What is EIS?
- Early Intervention Service
- What is IDEA?
- Individuals with Disabilities Education Act
- When is post pregnancy screening conducted?
- 8 week post delivery
- Where is high-risk obstetrical care limited?
- Puerto Rico
- When does a family memeber require screening?
- * Service member has accompanied tour for type 3, 4, or 6 duty
* Unaccompanied tour for 24 months or more
- What are the Type Duty Calssification codes?
- Type one - Shore duty
Type two - Sea duty
Type three - Overseas Remote
land based sea duty
Type four - Overseas sea duty
Type six -Overseas shore duty
- Timely access for remote duty designation pruposes is defined as what?
- 2 hours of drive time under normal conditions.
- Commands desiring to be put on the remote duty list need to send a request to who?
- NAVPERSCOM (PERS_6) via BUMED (M3)
- Suitability screeening is valid for how long as long as medical status does not change?
- 12 months
- What does SSC stand for?
- Suitability Screening Coordinator
- The transferring command a PSD provide family members with what form?
- NAVMED 1300/2
- Who does the MTF (SSC) communicate with?
- Transferring command or PSD
- Who completes the NAVMED 1300/1 Part 1?
- Screening must take place within how many days of receiving orders?
- 30 days
- Who must be notified if the screening process is delayed?
- The transferring command who notifies NAVPERSCOM
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