to identify the patient's medical needs when reporting to the GPMRC. When using such
nonspecific diagnosis codes, an additional diagnosis number or narrative statement will
identify the underlying medical conditions requiring observation or aftercare in order to
insure proper disposition of the patient.
EXAMPLE: SGS V584/5694--Surgical Aftercare for Perforation of Intestine.
(7) Reporting duty station or place of residence.
(a) CONUS patients. The patient's duty station (include home for ships)
will be reported for each member of the uniformed services who is expected to return to
duty. The patient's place of residence is reported for each member of the uniformed
services who is not expected to return to duty and all nonmember patients. The place of
residence also pertains to an Army member who is transferred for the sole purpose of
appearing before a physical evaluation board.
(b) Overseas patients. The patient's place of residence is reported.
Whenarrangements have already been made with a civilian facility for acceptance and
care of a nonmember patient, verification of the facility name and location is ascertained by
the transferring medical treatment facility prior to reporting the patient. The name and
location of the receiving facility, name and telephone number of the accepting physician,
and the statement "ACCEPTANCE CONFIRMED" is included in the request. The
patient's place of residence must be a city or town listed in the Directory of U.S. Post
(8) Physical evaluation board patients. The term "PEB" is added to the entry for
member patients when it is anticipated that their illnesses or injuries will necessitate
appearance before a physical evaluation board.
EXAMPLE: A1C JOHN R DOE ALL SOR 8212 ALBANY NY/PEB.
(9) Enlistees under the Medically Remedial Enlistment Program. The letter "X"
is added to the patient's status code to identify an enlistee under the remedial program
who must be transferred for performance of therapeutic procedures.
EXAMPLE: JOHN R DOE F11X SGS 5500 HANCOCK FIELD NY.
(10) Prisoner patient. A request for destination for a prisoner patient will indicate
whether the prisoner is sentenced or unsentenced, type of discharge awarded, and
(11) Alcohol and drug abuse patient. The medical specialty code shall be QAL
for alcohol abuse or QDR for drug abuse. In the case of an Army (overseas) drug abuse
patient, additional data is included to reflect status of the member's transfer; for example,