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The SMDR Is responsible to the CO for....
Care of the sick, wounded and dead
Sanitation and hygiene
Preparation of reports and records
Performance evaluations for the SMDR are not to be delegated below the....
Executive Officer
daily requirements.
Sick Call Log
Special Exminations
Routine Examinations
Halogen Water Testing
Walk through of berthing and messing
Inspections of CS' and FSA's.
SAMS Back Up and Reindex
Weekly requirements
Bac T's
Immunizations
Safety Sanitation Inspections of CHT and MSD Systems
Biweekly
Stretcher Bearer Training
Monthly
Verify STD's and PPD f/u
Food Service Sanitation report on the NAVMED 6240/1
Quarterly
Submission of the training report to the Training Officer
Sanitation inspections of Laundry, Barber Shop, Vending Machines and gyms
Report of potable water inspection
CSIB
Semiannual
DERAT certificate
Bio Med inspection
Inventory of all emergency gear
Mass Casualty exercise
Annual
Bulkhead to Bulkhead inventory
Exposure to Ionizing Radiation NAVMED 6470/1
TB Report due 28FEB to cognizant EPMU
Proper procedures of relief:
Medical Readiness Assessment

Letter of Relief listing discrepencies submitted to CO within 10 days
General Medical Programs
Routine/Emrgency Medical Care including Dental care and specialty referrals

Health/Dental Record Maintenance
Training includes:
All Hands
Indoc
GMT
Specialty
Medical Personnel
Conditions requiring Medical Officer consult
Fever greater then 100.4 and less than 103 for 48 hours or longer

Pulse greater than 120 without reason

Any systemic heat casualty

All Cases of Hematemesis, Hematochezia and Hemoptysis

ANy chest pain believed to be cardiac in origin or dyspepsia unrelieved by antacids
CBRE Responsibility
Advise the CO on the treatment and handling of CBRE casualties
Used to track unscheduled Maintenance
NAVMED 6700/3
Quality assurance is
a process for evaluating the entire spectrum of clinical care
Purpose of QA is to
improve the quality of healthcare through problem identification and resolution
Fllet Commander Responsibility
Establish memorandum of agreement with geographic BUMED facility to obtain needed support
Type Commander Responsibility
Exercise overall
Food service Sanitation Inspection
NAVMED 6240/1
Ionizing Radiation Form
NAVMED 6470/1
Medicl Readiness Assessment Form
COMNAVVSURFORINST 6400.2
Used to track unscheduled Maintenance of all biomed equipment
NAVMED 6700/3
IDC Skill Levels are dictated in
OPNAVINST 6400.1
Consolidated Subject Index
OPNAVNOTE 5215
Standard Naval Distribution List
OPNAVNOTE 5400
Provided guideline for segregation, filing and charging out USN and USMC records
SECNAVINST 5210.11
Reference Instructions
COMNAVSURFORINST 6000.1

NAVMEDCOMINST 6820.1
Required training is referenced in
COMNAVSURFORINST 3502.1 and 6000.2
HM Strikers are to complete
NAVEDTRA 14295 Hospital Corpsman

NAVEDTRA 10081 First Aid