Warrior transition units in usareur
This presentation is the property of its rightful owner.
Sponsored Links
1 / 21

Warrior Transition Units in USAREUR PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 238 Views
  • Uploaded on
  • Presentation posted in: General

Warrior Transition Units in USAREUR. A warrior in transition (WT) is a Soldier: assigned to a Medical Hold (MH) company, assigned to a Medical Holdover (MHO) company, in Active Duty Medical Extension (ADME) status, going through a Medical Evaluation Board (MEB),

Download Presentation

Warrior Transition Units in USAREUR

An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Presentation Transcript


Warrior transition units in usareur

Warrior Transition Units

in USAREUR


What is a warrior in transition wt

A warrior in transition (WT) is a Soldier:

assigned to a Medical Hold (MH) company,

assigned to a Medical Holdover (MHO) company,

in Active Duty Medical Extension (ADME) status,

going through a Medical Evaluation Board (MEB),

requiring complex medical care for > six months.

What is a Warrior in Transition (WT)?


Usareur s wt population

No MH, MHO, or ADME Soldiers in USAREUR

7ARCOM may be a source of MHO or ADME Soldiers.

At present, Soldiers undergoing MEBs make up the WT population

WTU (Landstuhl) = 87

WTU (Bavaria) = 57

WTU (Heidelberg) = 68

USAREUR Total = 212

USAREUR’s WT Population

Assignment is based on

decision by parent unit


Warrior transition units in usareur

Belgium

NATO

Baumholder 23

SHAPE 3

HEIDELBERG 19

Italy

Vicenza 5

Livorno

ERMC MEB Population

A

USAREUR Population: ~52,000

LRMC MEB Support:

England 2 Greece

Kuwait 1 Spain

Netherlands 1

Schweinfurt 15

Büdingen 10

Bamberg 3

Friedberg 15

Würzburg 1

Wiesbaden 23

Hanau 7

Darmstadt 6

Dexheim 1

Grafenwöhr 1

Mannheim 19

LRMC/Ktown area 16

Vilseck 11

Hohenfels 4

Illesheim 7

Katterbach 7/

Ansbach 1

Stuttgart 4

Current Top 7

Wiesbaden 23

Baumholder 23

Mannheim 19

Heidelberg 19

Ktown 16

Schweinfurt 15

Friedberg 14

Current Total: 208

Historical MEB Population

LRMC 77

HMEDDAC 65

BMEDDAC 44

WTU Outpatient: Range 60-210

Germany


Wtus in usareur

WTU (Landstuhl)

WTU (Bavaria)

WTU (Heidelberg)

WTU (Outpatient)

WTUs in USAREUR


Wtu vision and mission

Vision:

Develop an effective organization that takes care of Wounded Warriors so they can focus on their mission to heal.

Mission:

Provide Command and Control, primary care, and case management for Warriors in Transition to establish the conditions for their healing and to promote their timely return to the force or transition to civilian life.

WTU Vision and Mission


Wtu concept of operation landstuhl heidelberg bavaria

Soldier’s mission is to heal / complete MEB

Soldier stays at home station

Soldier works at clinic or in a community agency

WTU CDR and 1SG are regionally based

WTU PSG and SL are locally based

WTU Concept of OperationLandstuhl, Heidelberg, Bavaria:


Concept of operation for wtu outpatient

Formerly the Medical Transient Detachment at Kleber Kaserne.

Provides C2, transportation, clothing, and MWR support to short-term (< 14 days) deployed outpatients from OIF, OEF, and CENTCOM AOR

Case management by LRMC’s Deployed Warrior Medical Management Center (DWMMC)

Care provided by DWMMC and LRMC staff

Provides quality care and returns warriors to deployed unit

Concept of Operation for WTU (Outpatient)


Wtu staffing template

Combat Arms Co Cdr

11Z5M 1SG

11B40 Platoon SGT per 36 Soldiers

11B30 Squad Leader per 12 Soldiers

Nurse case manager per 18 Soldiers

Primary care manager per 200 Soldiers

MEB physician per 200 Soldiers

A 68W20 medical NCO

other civilian healthcare and administrative staff

WTU Staffing Template


Wtu cadre

Combat Veterans taking care of wounded warriors

Experienced Commanders, 1SGs, PSG, SL

Administration Support (medical admin, personnel, finance

Ombudsman (patient advocated dedicated to WTU Soldier concerns)

WTU Cadre built around TRIAD:

Primary Care Manager

Nurse Case Manager

Squad Leader

Additional Medical Support

Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Social Work, etc.

Chaplain

WTU Cadre


Wtu leadership locations

WTU LRMC

Cdr, 1SG: LRMC

PSG: Baumholder, Wiesbaden

SL: Baumholder, Wiesbaden, LRMC, Vicenza, Shape

WTU HMEDDAC

CDR, 1SG: Heidelberg

PSG: Heidelberg, Mannheim

SL: Heidelberg, Mannheim, Darmstadt, Hanau, Stuttgart

WTU Bavaria

CDR, 1SG: Vilseck

PSG: Vilseck

SL: Schweinfurt, Vilseck, Bamberg, Katterbach

Vilseck SL covering Grafenwoehr, Hohenfels

Katterbach SL covering Illesheim, Ansbach

-

WTU Leadership Locations


Warrior transition units in usareur

Belgium

NATO

SHAPE

HEIDELBERG

Italy

Vicenza

Livorno

ERMC WTU Footprint

A

LRMC MEB Support:

England Greece

Kuwait Spain

Netherlands

USAREUR Population: ~52,000

Landstuhl

Bavaria

Heidelberg

Schweinfurt

Büdingen

Bamberg

Friedberg

Würzburg

Wiesbaden

Hanau

Dexheim

Darmstadt

Baumholder

Grafenwöhr

BAV

Mannheim

LRMC & K’town

Vilseck

LND

Hohenfels

Illesheim

Katterbach/

Ansbach

MTD

21 TSC

HBG

Stuttgart

Historical MEB Population

LRMC 82

HMEDDAC 65

BMEDDAC 44

Average MEB Population:

Average Outpatient Range: 60-200

Germany


Wtu eligibility criteria 1 of 2

WTU Eligibility Criteria (1 of 2)

SM receiving a MEB

SM requiring complex care > 6 months

Duty limitations preclude from contributing to unit mission

Majority of SM time spent receiving medical care


Ineligibility criteria

Soldiers NOT eligible for WTU:

SM Pending investigation, UCMJ, administrative separations

Normal, uncomplicated pregnancy

SM with permanent profiles requiring MMRB

Ineligibility Criteria


Assignment of meb and complex cases

Soldiers going through an MEB or who require complex medical care for longer than six months may be assigned to the WTU at the discretion of the parent unit commander. This is done in coordination with the MTF commander.

Assignment of MEB and complex cases


Assigning soldiers to the wtu 1 of 3 pages

PEBLO informs Unit CDR of SM MEB and eligibility for WTU

OR Unit CDR identifies eligible Soldiers with complex care needs

Unit Commander prepares 3 documents to request reassignment

DA 4187, per ALARACT message, 0-6 signature on 4187

Letter requesting reassignment and certification letter

Provides justification for reassignment, profile injury and previous rehabilitative measures

Verifies Soldier is cleared of any UCMJ, legal actions, finance

DA 5889-R MEB Document Checklist

Administrative requirements for all Soldiers going through MEB

Not required for Soldiers not going through MEB

Assigning Soldiers to the WTU (1 of 3 pages)


Assigning soldiers to the wtu 2 of 3pages

4.Unit CDR emails requirements to WTU in their footprint

[email protected]

[email protected]

[email protected]

5. WTU CDR coordinates with MTF CDR, PCM and NCM

Determines eligibility/ability to accept Soldier into WTU

6. MTF notifies unit of approval/disapproval of transfer to WTU

Approval: WTU assigns Soldier a Primary Care Manager, Case Manager, and Squad Leader; care plan developed

Disapproval: Unit CDR ensures Soldier makes all medical appointments

Assigning Soldiers to the WTU (2 of 3pages)


Assigning soldiers to the wtu 3 of 3 pages

6. Soldier out-processes unit and in-processes WTU

7. MTF prepares orders reassigning to WTU

8. Soldier completes care; returns to duty or transitions to civilian life

Assigning Soldiers to the WTU (3 of 3 pages)


Usareur soldiers injured in oif oef

Soldier evacuated to Landstuhl Regional Medical Center

LRMC care team develops treatment plan

LRMC determines need for CONUS evacuation or ability to remain in theater

Evacuated to CONUS

Assigned to WTU in CONUS

Evacuation location based on availability of care and Soldiers preferences

Remains in Europe

Assigned to WTU in Europe as applicable

USAREUR Soldiers injured in OIF/OEF


Wtu mtf pocs

WTU:

LRMC: [email protected]

Heidelberg MEDDAC: [email protected]

Bavaria MEDDAC: [email protected]

MEB POCs (MTF PEBLOs):

LRMC:486-8224

HMEDDAC:371-2367

BMEDDAC:476-2533

WTU MTF POCs


Ermc wtu pocs

ERMC Patient Administration

371-3383

371-2529

371-2380

371-2897

ERMC WTU POCs


  • Login