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What instruction covers the office of the Surgeon General and Chief, Bureau of Medicine ?
BUMEDINST 5450.165
Who must approve all BUMED and Regional Organizational changes ?
Vice Chief, Bumed (M09)
BUMEDINST 5450.165 list who as the point of contact and coordinating authority for all change request ?
Chief of Staff (M09B)
Who is the principal advisor to the CNO on the Health Service Programs ?
Surgeon General and Chief,Bumed
The Surgeon General is responsible directly to whom for executing assigned functions ?
CNO and VCNO
Who is the principle staff advisor to the Surgeon General on all Navy Medicine health services ?
M3, Deputy Chief of staff (DCOS) for Operations
Who provides oversight of regional commands and BUMED ?
N093B/M09 Deputy SG/Vice Chief BUMED
Who coordinates with DOD,DON, and other federal and non governmental agencies for personnel and material readiness ?
N093B/M09 Deputy SG/Vice Chief BUMED
Who serves as the principal advisors to Chief, BUMED for medical department corps matters ?
M00C, Corps Chiefs
Who serves as the principal senior enlisted advisor to Chief,BUMED ?
M00F, Force Master Chief
The principal advisor to the Chief,BUMED on religious matters is ?
M00G, Pastoral Care Director
The Principal advisor to Chief,BUMED on matters pertaining to the Military Health System Information Management is ?
M00I,Chief Information Officer
Who conducts investigations organizational assessments of and consulation for Navy Medicine ?
M00IG, Medical Inspector General
Who serves as the principal, independent advisor to the Chief, BUMED/SG, for legal matters affecting BUMED, including health law and policy, military justice, government ethics, administrative law, civil law, international law, and personnel law ?
M00J, Legal Affairs Advisor
Who is the principal advisor to Chief, BUMED on internal and external communication requirement for Navy Medicine?
M00P, Communications Director
Who advises the Assistant Secretary of Defense of Health Affairs (ASD(HA)) on Tri-service medical issues?
N093/M00 SG/Chief BUMED
Who holds the responsibility of maintaining the health of Navy and Marines Corps active duty members ensuring they physically and mentally ready to carry out worldwide missions?
N093/M00 SG/Chief BUMED
Who sponsors and coordinates the navy's deployable medical system (DEPMEDS) to include Expeditionary Medical Facilities (EMF) and hospital ships (T-AH)?
N093/M00 SG/Chief BUMED
Who monitors Regional Commanders' effectiveness and mission performance?
N093/M00 SG/Chief BUMED
Who provides oversight of health care management, acquistion, and execution of resources as set by legislation and policy?
N093B/M09 Deputy SG/Vice Chief BUMED
Who serves as the primary liaison with civil authorities in matters pertaining to public health, disasters, and other emergencies?
N093B/M09 Deputy SG/Vice Chief BUMED
What Echelon is the Office of the SG?
Echelon I
What is Echelon II?
BUMED & Surgery Echelon II Command and Control of Regional Commands
Who is the principal advisor to Chief, BUMED on human and animal research protections
M00R, Research Protections Director
Echelon 2 headquarters activity located where?
2300 E Street, NW, Washington, DC 20372-5300
What are the four Echelon 3 Regional Commands?
Navy Medicine East, Navy Medicine West, Navy Medicine National Capital Area, and Navy Medicine Support Command.
Who is the principal advisor to Chief, BUMED on human and animal research protections
M00R, Research Protections Director
Echelon 2 headquarters activity located where?
2300 E Street, NW, Washington, DC 20372-5300
What are the four Echelon 3 Regional Commands?
Navy Medicine East, Navy Medicine West, Navy Medicine National Capital Area, and Navy Medicine Support Command.
N093 ?
SG
N093B ?
Deputy SG
N0931 ?
Medical Resource Plans & Policy
N093M ?
Assistant for Marine Corps Medical Matters
M00 ?
Chief BUMED & Surgery
M09 ?
Vice Chief BUMED & Surgery
M00C ?
Corps Chiefs
M00F ?
Force Master Chief
M00G ?
Pastoral Care
M00I ?
Command Info Officer
M09B
Chief of Staff
Who provides leadership, management, and staff coordination for BUMED
Headquarters operations.
M09B/Chief of Staff
Who is the point of contact and coordinating authority for Regional
Chiefs of Staff.
M09B/Chief of Staff
The Chief of Staff reports directly to who?
M00 Chief BUMED & M09 Vice Chief BUMED
Who establishes headquarters priorities, administrative processes, and internal
policies?
M09B/Chief of Staff
Who exercises final approval authority over resource and personnel allocation within the BUMED Headquarters?
M09B/Chief of Staff
Who serves as primary point of contact for Regional Commands requesting Headquarters administrative action or support services?
M09B/Chief of Staff
Who directs formation of BUMED Emergency Operations Center Command Cell during crisis response?
M09B/Chief of Staff
Who functions as reporting senior for all BUMED enlisted performance evaluation and fitness reports?
M09B/Chief of Staff
Who ensures effective coordination and collaboration within BUMED codes and Special Assistants and facilitates communications with BUMED, its field activities, and other entities?
M09B/Chief of Staff
M09B
Chief of Staff
Who provides leadership, management, and staff coordination for BUMED
Headquarters operations.
M09B/Chief of Staff
Who is the point of contact and coordinating authority for Regional
Chiefs of Staff.
M09B/Chief of Staff
The Chief of Staff reports directly to who?
M00 Chief BUMED & M09 Vice Chief BUMED
Who establishes headquarters priorities, administrative processes, and internal
policies?
M09B/Chief of Staff
Who exercises final approval authority over resource and personnel allocation within the BUMED Headquarters?
M09B/Chief of Staff
Who serves as primary point of contact for Regional Commands requesting Headquarters administrative action or support services?
M09B/Chief of Staff
Who directs formation of BUMED Emergency Operations Center Command Cell during crisis response?
M09B/Chief of Staff
Who functions as reporting senior for all BUMED enlisted performance evaluation and fitness reports?
M09B/Chief of Staff
Who ensures effective coordination and collaboration within BUMED codes and Special Assistants and facilitates communications with BUMED, its field activities, and other entities?
M09B/Chief of Staff
M09B1-9 report directly to who?
M09B/Chief of Staff and M09BB/Assistant Chief of Staff
M09B1 ?
Administration
M09B2 ?
Resource Management
M09B3 ?
Secretariat
M09B4 ?
Process Management & Integration
M09B5 ?
Research Protections
M09B6 ?
Information
M09B7 ?
Communications
M09B8 ?
Pastoral Care
M09B9 ?
Legal Affairs
What three positions (parts, titles, or people) form OPNAV Echelon I (A.K.A. Office of the SG)?
1.N093/SG & N093B/Deputy SG, 2.N0931/Medical Resource Plans & Policy
3.N093M/Assistant for Marine Corps Medical Matters
(N0931 & N093M are on the same level and both report to N093 & N093B)