DODM mission: To sustain and enhance the medical readiness of all Soldiers serving at The Great Place.
DODM vision: To share in our goals for providing the best quality medical services to the dedicated fighting forces under our care.
Main: (254) 288-4581
FAX: (254) 287-5594
Monday – Friday: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
|Bldg. 36001, Room 247
Fort Hood, Texas 76544
The Department of Operational & Deployment Medicine (DODM) was established in June 2010 at CRDAMC for the purpose of consolidating all Soldier medical readiness functions under one department: Installation MEDPROS Coordinator, SRP, PDHRA, TMC 14, SMRC, Med Stop One (Copeland Service Center) and the medical management center (MMC). DODM is responsible for conducting pre-deployment and post deployment health assessments (PDHA), post deployment health re-assessments (PDHRA), Soldier physicals to include periodic health assessments (PHA), active duty Soldier medical in processing, clinic medical coverage for Soldiers training at North Fort Hood (NFH), and for managing the medically non-deployable (MND), medically non ready (MNR) active duty Soldier population on Fort Hood.
The medical policies and procedures governing standards of medical readiness and fitness are found in AR 40-501. For deployment related guidance refer to Department of the Army Personnel Policy Guidance for Overseas Contingency Operations (PPG).
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