b. When the patient arrives at the admission and disposition office, the admission
and disposition clerk will assure that all sections have been cleared. When proper
clearance is indicated, the clerk, when required, coordinates the arrangements to have
the patient returned to his organization. This includes vehicular transportation, rail tickets,
or contact with the patient's sponsor. If the patient is unable to clear, the admission and
disposition clerk makes the necessary clearance by telephone.
c. Upon departure of the patient, the clearance record is set aside and used to
select the patient admitting plate from the current admitting plate control file. The plate is
placed in the admission and disposition file. The day of departure of the patient (before
2400 hours) is the day of disposition and the day of listing on the admission and
NOTE: The military member's organization is responsible for providing transportation.
The AAD clerk checks to assure transportation has been provided.