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Mobilizing Therapists for OFRD Missions CDR Sean-David Waterman, RN, MSHS, BSN. JUNE 2011. Objectives. At the end of the session, participants will be able to: Describe the different types of Corps-related deployment. Identify the different Deployment Teams.

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June 2011

Mobilizing Therapists for

OFRD Missions

CDR Sean-David Waterman, RN, MSHS, BSN

JUNE 2011


Objectives

Objectives

At the end of the session, participants will be able to:

Describe the different types of Corps-related deployment.

Identify the different Deployment Teams.

Describe how deployment assets are packaged for mobilization.

Describe how Therapists can optimize their deployment potential


Corps deployment

Corps Deployment

Commissioned Corps Directive 121.02

Corps deployment is defined as a directed, temporary assignment of officers from their assigned duties within HHS OPDIVs/STAFFDIVs and non-HHS organizations, as applicable, authorized by the President or Secretary in response during a time of war or in response:

A national emergency as declared by the President;

A public health emergency as declared by the President or Secretary;


Corps deployment1

Corps Deployment

Commissioned Corps Directive 121.02

An urgent public health need:

(1) A critical staffing shortage

(2) A crisis response

A National Special Security Event


Corps deployment2

Corps Deployment

  • Domestic

    • Emergency Support Function Missions

    • Within the 10 HHS regions

  • Global

    • Events outside 10HHS regions

  • Training

    • Service Oriented Missions


Usphs response teams

USPHS Response Teams

PHS Tiered Team Structure/Dedicated PHS Response Teams

Tier 1

Tier 2

Tier 3

Ready Reserve Corps*

Require Agency and Supervisory Approval


Usphs commissioned corps tier 3

USPHS Commissioned CorpsTier 3

Active Duty Commissioned Officers

Not Assigned to Tier 1 or Tier 2 Teams

Technical Expertise/SME

Augmentation of Tier 1 and 2 Teams

5 Readiness Rosters

“On Call” Every 5 Months

Mission Critical

Designated by Agency

Not deployable except in catastrophic circumstances


Usphs commissioned corps response teams tiers 1 and 2

USPHS Commissioned CorpsResponse Teams (Tiers 1 and 2)

5 Rapid Deployment Force (RDF) Teams

Report within 12 hours

1 Team on call every 5 months

125 officers (clinical, mental health, & applied public health)

5 National Incident Support Teams (NIST)

Report within 12 hours

1 Team on call every 5 months

72 officers (command and control)

Incorporate previous Emergency Management Groups

11 Regional Incident Support Teams (RIST)

Report within 12 hours (as quickly as within 4 hours)

Deploy only within defined regions for limited number of days annually

Available to Regional Emergency Coordinators year round

15-30 officers per team (depending on the region)

5 Applied Public Health Teams (APHT)

Report within 36 hours

A team on call every 5 months with ½ of the team as primary

47 officers per team

5 Mental Health Teams (MHT)

Report within 36 hours

A team on call every 5 months

26 officers per team

5 Services Access Team (SAT)

Report within 36 hours

Focuses on patient advocacy, case management, resettlement, access to services

20 officers per team


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Who is on call?

Does asset fit the need?

Cost or time factors associated with travel?

Asset Packages


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Be down- optimize my potential for being selected for deployments where my clinical specialty may or may not be required?

How Can I “Be Down?”


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Pick a secondary deployment role

Join a Tier I or Tier II team

Request Team association*

FEMA online training

Update Direct Access

OFRD sponsored training

BE BASIC READY!

How Can I “Be Down”


June 2011

BASIC READINESS CHECKLIST

http://ccrf.hhs.gov/CCRF/Readiness/Checklist_010109.pdf

BASIC READINESS


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Run Quarterly

Reminder emails

“AS OF” updates

Check Direct Access

BASIC READINESS


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BASIC READINESS


June 2011

Office of Force Readiness and Deployment

Office of the Surgeon General

5600 Fishers Lane Room, 18C-26

Rockville, MD 20857

301.443.3859

[email protected]

Contact


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