TOE UNITS OFF
AND TOE REPORT
Figure 1-2. TOE Consolidated WWR.
(4) TMC annexes operated for unit or soldier convenience. In some instances,
a MEDDAC Commander or designee may decide to open and staff a TMC Annex in a unit
area for the convenience of the unit or soldiers. The workload accomplished by
credentialed providers at the TMC Annex will be counted as workload for the TMC having
primary care responsibility for the unit.
BORROWED OR LOANED LABOR AND WORKLOAD
a. Army TOE Personnel. Army TOE personnel operating a TMC on garrison will
be reported by the MEDCEN/MEDDAC as borrowed labor.
b. Temporary Duty Medical Providers. Medical care providers on temporary
duty to another MTF will be reported by their parent organization as loaned/support to
another military activity man-hours for MEPRS purposes. The MTF to which the provider is
loaned will report the man-hours as borrowed, and the workload performed will be reported
on its WWR.
c. Provider Scheduling for Patient Convenience. Periodically, a medical care
provider assigned to a hospital specialty clinic may have patients scheduled at a remote
site for patient convenience in lieu of reporting to the hospital. The patients are scheduled
by the specialty clinic. The remote sites could include TMCs, an Army health clinic, a Navy
branch medical clinic, or other designated locations such as an external partnership or
DoD/Veterans Administration (VA) sharing location. The provider must report the
workload as visits to his or her specialty clinic. The remote site should not report these
visits on its WWR.