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Physical Exams/Aviation Health Care

Aviation health care is conducted at the Physical Exam Clinic along with multiple types of military physicals, i.e., periodic, retirement, separation, etc. Phase 1 and 2 of a physical can be scheduled by calling 558-8428 1 to 3 p.m., Monday through Wednesday and Friday. Phase 1 information sheets may be picked up at the clinic. Physicals are for all military components: Active Duty, National Guard and Army Reserves.

PHASE I AND II IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS

Separation Physicals

Soldiers are not required to complete a separation physical when they are ending time in service, but they may schedule one if they desire. Soldiers who do not have a potential service-connected disability but want a separation physical exam should schedule the exam well in advance of the separation date. Exams can be scheduled up to six months before ETS. Physical exams will not be scheduled less than 30 days from separation. Soldiers who do not desire a separation physical should contact their Primary Care Manager (PCM) for a waiver in order to complete the clearing process.

Retirement Physicals

A retirement physical examination is mandatory. Schedule your exam well in advance of your retirement date. You can receive an exam up to four months before retirement or up to four months before Transition Leave. Physicals will not be scheduled less than 30 days from retirement. If you have an injury or illness that is a result of military service, please read the section on VA Physicals.

Active Component and Reserve Component service members separating or retiring, who also intend to file a VA claim, and are within 60-180 days of separating or retiring can utilize the Benefits Delivery Discharge Program. Appointments can be made by calling 580-442-2469.

Veterans Compensation Program Physicals

Service members who are planning to file a Veterans' Affairs (VA) claim for an injury or illness that is a result of military service can receive their separation and VA compensation physical examination at the same time. The goal of this new program, sponsored by the Department of Defense (DoD) and the Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA) is to reduce duplication of effort and expedite VA claims processing.

For more information, please visit The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.



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