U.S. Marine Corps Forces Reserve

 

U.S. Marine Corps Forces Reserve

Augment. Support. Reinforce.

2000 Opelousas Ave., New Orleans, LA. 70114
Health Resources

Mission
Line of Duty (LOD)
Temporary Not Physically Qualified (TNPQ)
Post Deployment Health Re-Assessment (PDHRA)
How to update medical information in MRRS
How to request copies of medical/dental records 

Mission:

Provide medical administrative support to the Individual Ready Reserve (IRR), and Individual Mobilization Augmentee (IMA) personnel; Process all Line of Duty (LOD), Temporary Not Physically Qualified (TNPQ), and Not Physically Qualified (NPQ) packages; Monitor, track, and coordinate Post Deployment Health Re-Assessment screenings personnel that have deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom/Operation Enduring Freedom (OIF/OEF); Process medical documentation submitted via MARFORRES Customer Service Center (CSC); Updates and track Marine’s Medical Readiness status in Medical Readiness Reporting System (MRRS).

 

Line of Duty (LOD)

LOD is a document authorizing benefits for an illness, injury, or disease incurred or aggravated while a Reservist was in an active duty or IDT status.  Reservist must report any illness, injury, or disease incurred or aggravated during a period of active duty or drill as soon as possible after occurrence and prior to termination of such duty.  HQMC makes final determination on approval of all LOD benefits.

For more information please contact the MCIRSA LOD section.

 

Reservists that are injured at his/her civilian job or any time prior to active duty or drill must submit medical documentation stating type of injury, prognosis (how long member is expected to not be in a full duty status), and duty limitation.  Member must be evaluated every 30 days to substantiate TNPQ status.

For more information please contact the MCIRSA TNPQ section.



Post Deployment Health Re-Assessment (PDHRA)

DOD has established the PDHRA program to support all Servicemembers that have returned from a combat deployment since February 2004.  This requirement is different from the Health Assessment you completed while you were still on Active Duty after returning from deployment. Any Servicemember who has returned home from deployment since February 2004 is required to complete the PDHRA survey DD-2900. Navy Medicine and the Marine Corps has teamed up with Logistic Health Inc. (LHI) and licensed health care professionals who will assist you in completing the survey.  All you have to do is contact LHI Call Center at 1-888-734-7299 and choose option 3 to complete your DD-2900.

For more information please contact the MCIRSA PDHRA section.



How to update medical information in MRRS

To update Physical Exams, Periodic Health Assessment, Annual Dental Exams, Immunizations, and HIV in MRRS, member must submit paperwork via MARFORRES Costumer Service Center (CSC) portal. Use the below link to create an incident report to MCIRSA G3 Med. Once the incident is received and verified the information will be updated in MRRS and forwarded to IPAC for MCTFS updated as required.

For more information please contact the MCIRSA Medical section.

CSC info website

PHA NAVMED 6120/4 Form

Reserve Dental Form DD Form 2813
 

How to request copies of medical/dental records

Personnel in the IRR that require a copy of their medical/dental records must contact the VA archives in St Louis, MO. The phone number is 1-866-272-6272.

Link to VA Archives

Contact Information
Marine Corps Individual Reserve Support Activity
Operational Sponsor
2000 Opelousas Ave. 
NEW ORLEANS, LA 70114
Phone: 504.697.8458
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