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1

After returning to duty following a period of medically restricted duty or a finding of "fit for continued Naval service " by the PEB must a service member complete a medical assignment screening?

Not later than 15 days PG4

2

What system adjudicates a service members "fitness for continued Naval service?"

The Disability Evaluation System (DES) PG4

3

The service member and family must be screened within how many days of receipt of transfer orders?

30 days PG3

4

What can happen as a result of improperly screened service and family members?

Increase absence from duty, decreased quality of life, billet gaps, PG3

5

Who is designated in the department to oversee the screening process?

Suitability Screening Coordinator PG5

6

Who has the ability to conduct suitability and medical assignment screenings?

Medical officer, physician assistants, nurses practitioners, and IDC. PG5

7

SSC and MTFs providers must respond within how many days of receipt of screening inquiries?

7 working days PG6

8

Screening deficiencies are reported to what command?

NAVPERSCOM and/or HQMC. PG7

9

Temporary Limited Duty (TLD) also know as LIMDU occurs in periods not to exceed how many months?

6 months with a cumulative per career total of 12 unless exception is approved by NAVPERSCOM. PG6 Encl 1

10

What are TRICARE three health care options?

TRICARE Prime, Extra, and Standard. pg6 Encl6

11

Which Tricare option has a cost share option?

TRICARE Standard PG6 Encl1

12

What are Type Duty Classification Codes (NAVY)

Five types of duty designations used by NAVPERSCOM to identify cmds for est. of sea/shore rotation PG6 Encl1

13

Type 1-Shore Duty

U.S. based, not required to be absent for duty station in excess 150 days per yr. PG1 Encl 1

14

Type 2-Sea Duty

Performed in commissioned vessels/deployable squadrons based in U.S. must operate away from home port in excess of 150 days per yr. PG7 Encl1

15

Type 3 Overseas Remote Land-based Sea Duty

Performed overseas land-based not to be absent more than 150 days per yr. credited as sea duty PG7 Encl1

16

Type 4 Overseas Sea Duty

overseas land based requires member to operate away from home port in excess of 150 days PG7 Encl1

17

Type 5 Overseas Shore Duty

land based credited as shore for rotational purposes, not required to be absent from port in excess of 150 days per yr.

18

Suitability screening is valid for how many months?

12 months PG2 Encl 2

19

Post pregnancy suitability screening is conducted approx. how many weeks post delivery?

Enrollment in DEERS PG4 Encl 2

20

Post pregnancy suitability screening is conducted approx. how many weeks post delivery?

8 weeks pg4 Encl 2

21

When is the transferring command or servicing PSD notified?

When a delay is anticipated beyond a 30 day period. PG9 Encl 2

22

Completed suitability screening copies are kept for how long?

The retention period is 2 yrs after completion of screening, after which the record can be destroyed. PG17 Encl2

23

When can suitability screening be conducted by other than a Navy MTF?

Family does not reside with sponsor, service member deployed, family not near a Navy MTF. PG20 Encl 2

24

Service members in the HIV program are governed up what instruction?

SECNAVINST 5300.30 PG1 Encl 3

25

Medical, Dental, and Educational Suitability Screening for Service and Family Members - form

NAVMED 1300/1

26

Medical Assignment Screening - form

NAVMED 1300/3

27

What does MTF, PEB, and DES stands for?


-Physical Evaluation Board
-Disability Evaluation System

28

Required forms for Overseas Suitability Screening

NAVMED 1300/2 AND 1300/1
DD Forms 2807-1 and 2808
DD Form 2792-1(preschool/shoolage
NAVPERS 1300/16 Part II

29

Required forms for Remote Duty Suitability Screening

NAVMED 1300/1 Part II
SF 603 or SF 603A
EZ 603.1 pg51

30

What is used to identify Service members who require deployment health assessments?

MRRS

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