(9) Transferred. A transfer to another military medical treatment facility. The
AAD Report will show the facility to which transferred.
d. Change of Status Out. The temporary absence of a patient who is expected
(1) To leave. Convalescent leave is an authorized leave status granted to
active duty uniformed service members while under medical or dental care which is a part
of the care and treatment prescribed for a member's recuperation or convalescence.
These days are not counted as occupied bed days but are counted as sick days when the
convalescent leave occurs prior to disposition of the patient. Convalescent leave occurring
after disposition of the patient while en route to a new command or convalescent leave
granted by a line commander after patient discharge from the hospital is not counted as
occupied bed days or sick days. The patient may also be put on regular leave.
To subsisting out. The nonleave status of inpatients no longer assigned a
bed and residing away from the medical treatment facility. Subsisting out days are not
counted as occupied bed days but are counted as sick days. These patients are not
medically able to return to duty but their continuing treatment does not require a bed
assignment and they reside locally.
To AWOL. Self-explanatory.
(4) To absent sick in nonmilitary MTF.
The status of Army personnel
hospitalized in facilities other than those of the U.S. Armed Forces and for whom
administrative responsibility has been assigned to the reporting MTF (see AR 40-3 for
(5) To TDY/SDY. A patient sent TDY while in an inpatient status. An example
is an inpatient sent TDY to appear before a physical evaluation board.