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2014 State of the Union Address

 

Officers of Tier III, Roster B,

The Office of the Attending Physician (OAP) of the United States Congress, through the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response (ASPR), Office of Preparedness and Emergency Response, has asked the Office of Force Readiness and Deployment (DCCPR) to deploy officers of the U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Corps to provide medical and logistics support during the 2014 State of the Union Address on 28 January 2014 in Washington, DC.

For clinicians, the specific request is for fifty (50) officers (physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants and registered nurses) to provide care at medical stations around the U.S. Capitol, with physician, nurse practitioner/ physician assistant and RN/EMT staffing each station.  Medical Strike Team members are required to attend MANDATORY pre-deployment training on 27 January 2014. Clinicians outside of the DC metropolitan area will travel to DC on  Sunday, 26 January 2014 and return to your duty stations on Wednesday, 29 January 2014. Logistics support team  dates TBD but are tentatively scheduled for January 26 through 30 January.

 

ASPR will cover all travel-related expenses.

You MUST be Basic Qualified and obtain supervisory approval.

Mission Details:

Date of Event: 27-28 January 2014
Location Washington, DC
Uniform: Medical Strike Teams - BDU or ODU; Logistics Officers - BDUs or ODU
Report Instructions  TBD

 

MISSION AVAILABILITY:

PHS Serial Number:
Have you verified the accuracy and updated the information on the Direct Access website?
Supervisory Approval     If you select YES, this means you have already spoken with your supervisor and received approval. OFRD will contact your supervisor to verify approval.
Supervisor's Name
Supervisor's Email Address  
Deployment Role:
Comments:

 

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