Frequenty Asked Questions
The SRP consists of:
- USAG Start/Exit.
- Army Community Service
Medical (e.g., Audiology, Lab, Optometry, Behavioral Health and Medical Screening, Automated Neuropsychological Assessment Metrics, and Traumatic Brain Injury Assessments, Immunizations, Start/Final Medical, Providers, Profiles and Pharmacy).
- Scheduling will be performed through your BDE/Unit POC through the SRP, Manager. Walk-ins are limited depending on the number of Soldiers on the floor. Normally, the SRP site can handle 300-400 Soldiers per day.
- Priorities for SRP’s are as follows:
- Medical Evacuations.
- Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and Enhanced Consequence Management Response Force/Fire Fighting/Patriot Alpha.
- In/out processing.
- Post Deployment Health Risk Assessment (PDHRA).
- Re-evaluation Express.
Soldiers must report to the SRP, Room 137 on their scheduled date and time, with their current Servicemembers' Group Life Insurance and DD Form 93 (Record of Emergency Data) from their unit S1, and their temporary medical jacket DD Form 2766 (Adult Preventive and Chronic Care Flowsheet), which can be obtained from their unit medics or their primary health clinic. If the Soldier is late, the Soldier may need to reschedule. This depends on the number of Soldiers on the floor.
All processes, updates, returns or ANY business in the SRP Site must check into Rm 137 upon entry and exit to update Soldiers status and account for workload. SRP Site consists of Buildings 1056, 1040 and 1042. Any processes through these buildings, MUST check in and out of Rm 137. The SRP Site is not a fix it site, it is a validation site, and normal unit business and appointments are to be done at alternate locations. (Example: ID Cards- Unit S1. Optometry- if SM is not SRPing, EACH Optometry clinic. Personnel- Updating SGLV and DD 93 is unit S1 reponsibility)
Purified Protein Derivatives (PPD) upon redeployment:
SRP Providers will determine if any Soldier returning from OCONUS will receive the PPD. If it is determined the redeploy Soldier will require a PPD, the SRP Site will place, every day but Thursdays, and it is the responsibility of the Unit Meddics to read the PPDS at an alternate location, not the SRP Site, to then return the PPD memo and Soldiers roadmaps to the SRP Manager, so the individual Soldiers do not return. All PPD’s will be read NLT 48-72 hours post injection. If it is determined that the Soldier required a PPD upon redeployment, the Soldier will be required one upon PDHRA.
During an annual SRP, only healthcare workers, Military Police, and cooks will require a PPD placement by their unit medics 48-72 hours prior to their SRP appointment.
- Medical evacuations, SRP: Soldiers must redeploy SRP, if they were medically evacuated within 72 hours of BOG. They will perform a MEDEVAC express SRP. There is no schedule for this. They can walk in any day Monday thru Friday, 0730-1130 and they must have a battle buddy, current SGLV, current DD 93 and temporary medical record DD 2766.
- Redeployment, SRP: Soldiers must redeploy, SRP within nine days of BOG. Soldiers are not allowed to go on block leave until RSRP is completed.
- Demobilization, SRP: Soldiers must conduct demobilization, SRP within five days. Demobilizations will go through the Garrison Support Unit.
- Deployment, SRP: CONUS or OCONUS Soldiers must perform a deployment, SRP within 90 days of their flight. Soldiers outside 90 days require a new deployment SRP.
- Mobilization, SRP: Soldiers must perform a mobilization, SRP within five days of coming on orders. Mobilizations will go through the Garrison Support Unit.
- The Consequence Management Response Force, Patriot Alpha, Severe Weather, and Fire Fighting Mission, SRP: Tasked missions must SRP 60-90 days PRIOR to assuming mission and if alerted within 72 hours of deploying to mission, considered validation.
- In-processing, SRP: In-processing SRP must be completed within three days of signing into FC. The USAG, company commander, in conjunction with the Welcome Center will designate date and time for in-processing Soldiers. Seniors are to arrive at the SRP Site 0700 on any business day and the Enlisted will arrive on the bus.
- Out-processing, SRP: Soldiers must complete the SRP located on the post clearing papers. Soldiers will not out-process SRP without post clearing papers. The standard timeline for out-processing is ten days, depending on when the Soldier/unit picked up their clearing papers. Outprocessing for SRP (consists of PDHRA, Social Work Services, Behavioral Health, ASAP, PHA) is any business day 0700-0730, and Soldier must be in uniform. Only Retirement and Pregnancy Chapters can be in civilian clothes but must present ID card upon check in.
- PDHRA, SRP: Soldiers must complete their PDHRA, 90-180 days, after they complete their redeployment, SRP.
- Annual, SRP: Soldiers will complete an annual, SRP one year from the date of their last SRP, unless they are in the ARFORGEN cycle to deploy, etc. No Soldier is exempt.
- Re-evaluation Express, SRP: A re-evaluation express, SRP must be completed once the Soldier’s medical status changes (e.g., Soldier gained a profile, cleared a profile, received a NO-GO through SRP within the year and needs to receive a GO to deploy).
A Successful SRP ROC Drill
- It is mandatory that at least 30 days prior to any bulk SRP, that the commander of that brigade and/or unit meets with the SRP Staff, "SRP Roc Drill" or "SRP Successful Meeting", to tailor the SRP to the units needs. For example, the unit’s chaplain is mandated to visit their Soldiers during an SRP. Units without a chaplain, will have the USAG, Chaplain assume these duties. The SRP will work out minor details, review scheduling, C2, etc.
- Updates on the SRP can be found at: http://www.carson.army.mil/dhr/DHR/MPD/PSB/SRP.html.
- As the installation validation official, the SRP site validates the readiness of Soldiers deploying OCONUS, through commercial air, bus, car, train, or through the A/DACG.
- It is the responsibility of the brigade/unit to send the standard name lines (e.g., name, rank, and SSN), encrypted, to the SRP, Manager and NCOIC, NLT 14 days prior to each flight or method of transportation. The SRP, NCOIC will then advise the point of contact on any deficiencies with the administrative, medical, or dental readiness of the Soldier. No Soldier will deploy without being “green” in all areas, unless there is a medical waiver, approved by the Central Command (CENTCOM).
- The SRP, Waiver Package and Instructions are located on the SRP Website at: http://www.carson.army.mil/dhr/DHR/MPD/PSB/SRP.html.