The FMC is used by aid stations, clearing stations, treatment stations, and nonfixed troop or health clinics working overseas, on maneuvers, or attached to commands moving between stations. It can also be used to record outpatient visits at fixed medical facilities when needed for example, a soldier on leave receiving treatment at a military medical clinic located on a post other than the post to which he is assigned and certain CRO cases. The field medical card was designed to be used in forward combat areas by NATO troops; therefore, the printed instructions on the form are in French as well as in English. A set consists of a sturdy card with attached wire, a sheet of carbon paper, a carbon protective sheet, and a duplicate paper form. The reverse side of the card has space for additional entries when needed.
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Share via Email Small cost savings can add up. The U. The TCCC card serves as a record of trauma care rendered at the point of injury through tactical field care and pre-hospital evacuation.
However, in January , the Navy Printing Office agreed to support the Army by printing and providing the cards for about 17 cents each -- about 5 percent of the commercial rate. As cards are used, they need to be replaced by units. Since units can now purchase them for less, the estimated cost savings is more than a million dollars across the entire Army. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command. USAMMA is a life-cycle management command with a mission is to develop, tailor, deliver, and sustain medical materiel capabilities and data in support of readiness and healthcare operations globally.
On the "Naval Forms Online" web site, click on the "forms" tab and then click on "keyword search. In the "search criteria" text box, type in "DD " and select "search. Click on the "brown warehouse box" next to the quantity desired to connect to the "checkout" window and complete the transaction.
USAMMA Works to Medically Equip the Army for Less Money