- All family members who will accompany the Soldier to a location outside of CONUS at government expense must be screened for special needs and the potential EFMP enrollment (CONUS-to-OCONUS or OCONUS-to-OCONUS assignments).
- All family members who require special services due to an identified disability.
- Per AR 608-75, overseas screening must be done prior to issuance of Family travel orders.
- Family Members will be screened when Soldiers are at an OCONUS duty station serving an unaccompanied tour and request command sponsorship/ Family member travel, including Soldiers who acquire Family members OCONUS.
Hours of Operation
Monday - Wednesday, Friday 0730-1600
Closed Weekends and Federal Holidays
Closed first Wednesday of every month for mandatory training
1st floor; Check in at the Readiness Clinic
- Family members (72 months and older) require a physical exam within 12 months of the OCONUS report date.
- New family members who have not established military medical records, must schedule a physical with their primary medical provider and complete a DD 2792 and 2792-1 (if applicable)
- Family members who do not live near an Military Treatment Facility, must contact the closest EFMP Coordinator for a physical exam letter and SF 506 (Medical Evaluation).
- Soldier obtains DA Form 5888 (Deployment Screening) from his/her military personnel's reassignment office. NOTE: The DA Form 5888 must be signed and dated by their military personnel reassignment point of contact in block 8A-8E. The MTF will NOT schedule an overseas screening appointment if it has not been signed.
- Soldier completes DA Form 7246 (EFMP Screening Questionnaire) prior to screening appointment.
- Once the paperwork (to include the 2792) an appointment for the screening can be made
- Schedule an overseas Family member screening appointment by calling 703.696.0073 at Rader Clinic, Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall (JBM-HH).
- The medical provider will review the paperwork with each patient and determine suitability. The DA Form 5888 and DA Form 7246 must be authenticated with an MTF stamp from an authorized medical provider. (Note: Not all medical providers can perform overseas screenings. If a non-authorized physician signs the forms and / or the forms are not stamped by the MTF, military personnel will NOT accept them, and orders will be delayed.)
- The DA Form 5888 and DA Form 7246 (once signed and stamped appropriately) will be returned to the SM who will take the forms to the military personnel reassignment office for processing.
- If EFMP enrollment is determined to be warranted, the EFMP coordinator will process the DD Form 2792.