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Post Deployment Health Assessments

The DoD Deployment Health Assessments are a means to identify and track (on an individual and population level) specific health related outcomes which may be related to military deployments. They are required when a Sailor spends more than 30 days ashore without a fixed Medical Treatment Facility (MTF) or when required by the COCOM or Operational Commander.

NEW! Navy Deployment Health Assessment (DHA) Website

The new Deployment Health Assessment (DHA) website provides clear and concise guidance on DHA policy and execution to commands and practical guidance to Sailors on how to complete the process. Be sure to bookmark this website to provide you with the information needed on DHA policy and execution.

Re-Deployment Screening Procedures

Expeditionary re-deployment screening is required for all re-deploying IA Sailors.  This includes personnel selected for one of four types of IA assignments: Global Support Assignment (GSA), Individual Augmentation Manpower Management (IAMM), Overseas Contingency Operations (OCO) Support Assignment (OSA), or Reserve Component Mobilization (RC MOB).

  • MILPERSMAN 1300-319 contains an explanation of all IA re-deployment / demobilization screening procedures.
  • BUMEDINST 1300.4 is the re-deployment screening procedures for returing IAs.
  • NAVMED 1300/13 is the re-deployment/demobilization medical and dental screening form for returing IAs.

Post-Deployment Health Assessment (PDHA) - DD 2796

  • IA Sailors will complete this when returning through NMPS.
  • Post-Deployment Health Assessment (PDHA) is completed on-line.
  • PDHA must be completed +/-30 days from leaving theater.
  • A face to face interview with a medical provider completes the process.
  • Process will include blood tests.
  • PDHA completion must be verified at your follow on command.
Post-Deployment Health Re-Assessment (PDRHA) - DD 2900

The Post-Deployment Health Re-Assessment (PDHRA) is similar to, but different than the PDHA.

PDHA/PDHRA Completion Process

The PDHA and PDHRA can only be completed electronically using the Navy/Marine Corps Public Health Center (NMCPHC) eDHA application. Log on using your SSN as your username. If asked for a Passphrase use “Activenavy1#”. Once complete, schedule an appointment with a medical provider for a face-to-face appointment and certification of the assessment. Once certified as complete, a paper copy will be placed in your medical record.

IA Sailors are required to complete their PDHRA with their unit’s medical staff or at an MTF. If you are in a remote location (Independent Duty, Recruiter, etc.) without access to an MTF or a Reservist, you must complete the PDHRA through the PDHRA Call Center at 1-888-PDHRA-99 (1-888-734-7299). The PDHRA (DD 2900) must be submitted in eDHA prior to calling the call center.

Resource Referral Tracking Manager (RRTM)

Is a mechanism that allows IA Sailors to access healthcare benefits after leaving NMPS. The RRTM provides the following services:

  • tracks referrals placed by an NMPS Medical Provider
  • aids Sailors in navigating the post-deployment healthcare system (TRICARE, MTFs, VA)
  • resolves issues with appointments, delayed care, understanding benefits, etc.
  • directs members to proper resource for obtaining necessary referrals

The RRTM is available 24/7 through the NAVY 311 System or by calling Toll Free: 1-855-NAVY-311 (1-855-628-9311); DSN: 510-628-9311. You can email the RRTM directly for questions 0800 - 1600, Mon - Fri (CDT/CST).

Sailors Supported by Other Services

  • Air Force: USAF medical providers complete the PDHRA using ASIMS web application.
  • Army: USA medical providers complete the PDHRA using the MEDPROSE application.
  • Coast Guard: USCG medical providers use the Navy’s eDHA application.

For more information on Deployment Health and a list of Deployment Health Centers go to the Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center.

Note: Ensure your medical records contain copies of any and all treatments received while in-theater prior to leaving your AOR.



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