The Post-Deployment Health Reassessment (PDHRA) is an important and unique health screening that examines for physical and behavioral health concerns associated with deployment.
The screening is comprised of three components:
- 3-6 Month Post-Deployment Resilience Training (IAW AR 350-1; formerly known as Battlemind Training)
- DD Form 2900 self-assessment
- Confidential, one-on-one discussion with a health care provider
Each step, along with your honest participation, will ensure an accurate assessment of your health.
Who takes the PDHRA?
All Active Duty, Army National Guard, Army Reserve, Individual Ready Reserve and Department of Army (DA) Civilians who deployed outside the continental United States (OCONUS) for more than 30 days to a location with a non-fixed Military Treatment Facility.
When do you take the PDHRA?
The PDHRA should be completed 90 to 180 days post-deployment because research indicates this is when deployment-related symptoms may appear. A timely PDHRA is vital to identifying deployment-related health issues early, which has a direct bearing on your life, family, career and future.
Why should you take the PDHRA?
The PDHRA gives you an opportunity to proactively identify and then if needed treat deployment-related health problems that may negatively affect their daily life, family, career and/or future.
Where do you take the PDHRA?
Your Commander will provide you with guidance on how to complete the PDHRA. If you have been instructed to take the PDHRA at the Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center contact us. If your Commander has not yet provided you with guidance on how to complete the PDHRA, proactively reach out to them for assistance.
|Contact PDHRA||PDHRA Briefing times|
SRP/PDHRA Front Desk: (254) 553-5527
PDHRA NCOIC: (254) 535-2121
PDHRA ANCOIC: (254) 535-2720
Iron Horse Gym
37017 76th Street
Fort Hood, TX 76544
Monday – Friday:
To learn more about the PDHRA, visit these web sites:
AKO PDHRA Home Page - Download the PDHRA FAQ and get answers to the most common questions, access the DD Form 2900 if you've been instructed to complete the survey online, locate your PDHRA Coordinator for assistance and more.
Army G1 - Learn how the PDHRA fits within the Deployment Cycle and read the Department of Army/G-1 PDHRA Compliance Memorandum.
page last modified on: 5/7/2013