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Health Services Augmentation Program (HSAP)
Who directs, coordinates and monitors the execution of the HSAP and the software program used by BSO 18 to monitor readiness requirements?
Chief, Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
The HSAP is used to ensure deployable personnel complete administrative requirements within ____working days of reporting
The deployment history of all Active Component personnel is entered into ________ and _________
EMPARTS and Individual Personnel Tempo (ITEMPO) data system
Personnel with a past deployment history will not deploy for a minimum of ____ months following the end of their last deployment
6 months or 180 days
Personnel will not deploy earlier than ____ months from their report date
6 months. Note: They may participate in pre-deployment or inter-deployment training beginning 60 days after reporting.
Personnel will return from deployment no later than ___ months before PCS transfer or retirement, or __ months before release from active duty or separation
6 months, 3 months
Marine Force (MARFOR) - Medical augmentation support assigned to a Marine Expeditionary Force (MEF), Marine Division (MARDIV), Marine Air Wing (MAW), or Marine Logistic Group (MLG)
Provides up to 2 Health Servvices Support. HSAP billets assigned to USMC units will be filled 80% peacetime 95% wartime.
True or False. Females are assigned tothe MARDIV?
False, unless female personnel are specifically requested. Females may be assigned to the MARFOR, MEF, MLG, and MAW
Casualty Receiving and Treatment Ships(CRTS)
Platforms of 84 personnel each that provide up to Level 2 HSS
Construction Battalion Units (CBU)
In support of Naval Mobile Construction Battalions (NMCB) thant provide up to Level 1 HSS. Corpsman must be qualified Field Medical ServiceTechnician (NEC 8404) for assignmentto NMCB
Expeditionary Medical Facility (EMF)
Level 3 HSS. EMF COs designated by BUMED. On activation, EMF assumes the name of primary sourcing command for the manpower set (ex: EMF Kuwait, EMF Djibouti
USNAVHOSPs Yokosuka, Okinawa, and Guam Level 4 HSS
Hospital Ships (T-AH)
Level 3 HSS. Owned by Military Sealift Command (MSC)
Forward Deployed Preventive Medicine Unit (FDPMU)
Provide ask-organized preventive medicine services beyond the organic capability of the supported force.
Blood Program Unit (BPU)
Support of Armed Services Whole Blood Processing Laboratory (ASWBPL) and Blood Donor Centers
In cases where a command must deploy personnel outside of the restrictions, the command must receive approval from the
Readiness Categories Routine Deployable
Forward deployed crisis response forces that are mission capable and ready to deploy within 5 days
Readiness Categories Surgery Ready
Forces designated for the force build-upstage that are ready and capable of mobilizinng and deploying within 30 Days
Readiness Categories Emergency Surgery
Additional forces designated for further follow-on stages that are ready and capable for deploying within 120 days
What is the Status of Resouces and Training System (SORTS)
Establishes joint readiness reporting requirements for reporting readiness of personnel, training, and equipment
Surgery Capacity for Operaional Platforms FDPMU - Emergency Surgery
Two FDPMU are in an "emergency Surge" status. Able to deploy within 60 days of notification
What is EMPARTS?
Expeditionary Medicine Platform Augmentation, Readiness, and TrainingSystem - tracks the readiness status of BSO 18 personnel
What is A - Status
Measures % of administrative items completed.
What is P-Status
Measures % of operational billets filled in EMPARTS
What is R-Status
Measures the overall readiness status of a member or platform based on their training (T-Status) and platform billet assignment/fill rate (P-Status) in EMPARTS
How many categories does SORTS have
What is SORTS category 1(C1)
C1 - Capable of full wartime mission. Fully mission capable
What is SORTS category 2(C2)
C2 - Capable of the bulk of its wartime mission. Substantially combat ready with minor deficiencies reported
What is SORTS category 3(C3)
C3 - Capable of a major portion of its wartime mission. It has major deficiencies, but can still perform its assigned mission
What is SORTS category 4 (C4)
C4 - Unable to perform its wartime mission unless it is provided additional resources for training. If situation warrants, unit may still be required to perform portions of its mission using existing resources
What is SORTS category (C5)
Not able to perform its wartime mission and is not mission capable.Routinely assigned to ships in major overhauls, which cannot be deployed because of the need for substantial maintenance.
Surgery Capacity for Operaional Platforms T-AH
routine deployable - Ready to deploy within days in support of a 250-bed configurationSurge ready - designated for deploying within 30 days to support a 500-bed configurationEmergency surge - designated for further follow-on stages ready to deploy within 120 days in support of the 1000 bed configuration
Surgery Capacity for Operaional Platforms
Two EMF systems maintained in this status for one year. "Rotation Routine"
EMF - Routine deployable
"Deployable"status every 6 months. Once completed rotation, EMF will move to "Emergency Surge" status. "Routine Deployable" prepared to deploy up to 500 beds within days of notification.
Surgery Capacity for Operaional PlatformsEMF - Surgery Ready
Three EMF systems maintained in this status for one year. Able to deploy up to 500 beds within 30 days of notification
Surge Capacity for Operaional PlatformsEMF - Emergency surge
The EMF most recently released from a "Routine Deployable" status will be held in an "Emergency surge" status for 6 months. Able to deploy up to 500 beds with 120 days of notification
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