Members should routinely monitor their medical readiness status. You can
easily know the dates of your last exams and any pending exams, blood work or
immunizations that may be needed. From a CG Workstation - log onto CG Portal -
Business Intelligence. Click on Personal View. You will then see the various
readiness elements listed under the "Informational" title. To see the specific
tests, exams and dates of each element - click on "show details" (smaller blue
colored text to the right of Informational).
It is recommended by command to setup an auto reminder in CGBI, that will
provide basic readiness alerts via email.
Steps to setup auto reminder:
If you go to CGBI, click on the link "my profile" in
the upper right corner and then under the column "My Personal
Notifications" adjust the following:
I am currently receiving monthly summary notifications. "edit
my settings" or "I am not currently receiving notifications
sign up now."
When you select edit "my settings" or "sign
You will receive the following instructions:
Per COMDTINST M6150.3 (Dec 23, 2008), assessing
Individual Medical Readiness (IMR) is a continuous process and must be
monitored and reported on a regular basis to provide service leaders
and commanders the ability to ensure a healthy and fit fighting force
ready to deploy. IMR consists of six elements: Individual Medical
Equipment (IME), Immunizations, Readiness Laboratory Studies, Dental
Readiness, Deployment Limiting Conditions (DLC) and Periodic Health
It is the personal responsibility of each
member of the Coast Guard active duty and reserve community to maintain
their medical readiness levels at all times.
HIV BLOOD DRAWS
HIV draws are now being done during a member's PHA. If a member turns
red in Medical Test for HIV it is not a issue unlees they are also red in their
PHA also. This means they have neglected to have their PHA completed during the
required period. If someone needs a critical HIV draw for orders or other
special reason Sector Jacksonville Sick Bay can help resolve the issue.