Active Duty or Active Guard and Reserve (AGR) personnel enrolled to Andrew Rader US Army Health Clinic as their Primary Care Facility.
Active Duty or Active Guard Reserve AGR Army personnel who are assigned to an Air Force base or Navy base within the National Capital Area, or a healthcare facility that does not have MEDPROS PHA entry capability.
Active Duty Marine, Navy, and USPHS assigned to Rader Health Clinic. Navy personnel and Marines needing any type of special physical (schools, demobilization, etc.) should provide their Services' requirements for those exams.
DOD civilians are eligible to complete Pre-Deployment physicals at ARUSAHC. They must be enrolled in TRICARE before scheduling an appointment. ensuring they are enrolled in the system for Rader Health Clinic. All DOD civilians are required to provide all forms necessary for the physical and a list of requirements.
Foreign Nationals enrolled at ARUSAHC are eligible. They should provide any host nation forms required for the physical examination as well as a list of requirements.
All other situations will be considered on a case-by-case basis per the OIC of Physical Exams.
Periodic Health Assessment
Army, USMC and Navy
Call to schedule your Part 1 appointment.
If you are a Male 35 or older, Female 40 or older you must Fast 12 hours prior to your appointment.
You must complete the on-line portion of your PHA by logging on to your AKO
and clicking on the drop down box My Medical Readiness. It is Mandatory to complete this prior to your Part 2 appointment.
Part 2 is the review of your Part 1 Exam and on-line Periodic Health Assessment. This exam can only be reviewed by a PA/NP/MD.
The completed Physical can typically be picked up approximately one week after the Part 2 exam is complete.
PDHA / PDHRA
Army, USMC and Navy
Post Deployment Health Assessment (PDHA) And Post Deployment Health Risk Assessment (PDHRA)
Welcome Specialty Clinic Physical Examination. The information contained in this page is only applicable to the Andrew Rader United States Health Clinic (ARUSHC) and not any other military facilities. Our Physical Exams offers the following Physicals:
Commissioning / Appointment:DD2807-1 / DD2808
Airborne: DD2807-1 / DD2808
Ranger: DD2807-1 / DD2808
Special Forces: DD2807-1 / DD2808
Separation (ETS / Referred): DD2807-1 / DD2808 / DD2697 / ETS Letterhead
Chapters (Must have escort): DD2807-1 / DD2808 / DD2697
Retirement: DD2807-1 / DD2808 / DD2697
Others on a case-by-case basis
Part 1 – Call to schedule your part 1 appointment. Be sure to Fast for 12 hours prior to your appointment. The purpose of the Part 1 is to complete all the required forms, Lab test, X-Rays, EKG if required, Hearing and Vision Screening.
Part 2 – Will be scheduled ONLY after all Lab results are completed.
Audiology Clinic (hearing test) is for Active Duty only, within the Specialty Clinic. Walk-in Hours are Mon - Fri: 1 p.m. to 2:45 p.m. There are 12 slots available per day, once these are full you will be put onto a priority callback list for the next day.
Veterans Affair Physical
If you are planning to file a Veterans' Affair (VA) claim for an injury or illness that is a result of military service, you can receive the separation and VA compensation physical examination at the same time.
NOTE: Your VA compensation physical examination can only be done through the VA.
To combine your separation and VA physical and file a VA claim, you must begin the process well before you will leave the service. You can schedule this exam up to six (6) months (180 days) prior to the scheduled retirement date. Examinations will be required no later than 90 days prior to separation/retirement date. Contact the VA Regional Office nearest you or by calling the Veterans Crisis Line 1-800-273-8255 and Press 1.
If you do not meet the time deadline:
Complete the VA disability compensation claim before final out-processing.
Attend the VA disability claims briefing.
Turn in the VA compensation claim for with your service medical records during final out-processing.
The claim and your medical records will be forwarded to the Veterans Administration Regional Office (VARO) having jurisdiction over the address provided on the claim form. The VARO will then schedule any additional medical examination required to complete processing of the VA claim.
If you do not complete a VA disability claim before final out-processing you can contact the VARO by calling 1-800-273-8255 after separating from service. VARO will provide you with the disability claim from and other necessary information. Although a claim may be filed at any time after separation, it is recommended that the initial application be completed within one year of release from service.