Periodic Health Assessment
The Periodic Health Assessment (PHA) consists of three parts.
The first part is the online questionnaire via AKO.
Start my PHA: https://rc.mods.army.mil/MHA/.
*NOTE: Must state "Members Portion Complete"
The second part is done by calling (410) 278-5475 or on a walk in basis to the 3rd floor Occupational Health Clinic for your individual screening by Medical Readiness personnel.
Vision – Annual requirement for all active duty service members
Hearing – This is an annual requirement for all active duty service members.
Based on a determination by Medical Readiness personnel may require an EKG, HIV and additional labs.
The third part is a face-to-face encounter with a healthcare provider to complete the PHA.
Airborne, Ranger, Special Forces, SERE, Commission, Warrant Officer
To begin the process of getting a physical for any of the items listed above, Service members just need to sign in at the front desk of PCMH to be seen by Soldier Physical Exam Personnel to be screened and have any lab work put in and any EKG’s administered prior to making an apt to see the provider.
The paperwork needed for the above physicals is listed below. Once it is filled out please turn it into a Soldier Physical Exam Personnel prior to scheduling your appointment.
To begin the process for a separation physical, Service members can sign in at the front desk of the Primary Care to see Soldier Physical Exam personnel on a walk-in basis for screening or any lab.radiology orders.
For Service members that are being involuntarily chaptered are required to have an NCO escort throughout the process and for the final appointment. They must also provide a memo from their commander stating what chapter they are being processed under. The memo can be brought in during the walk-in portion.
The paperwork needed for separation physicals is listed below:
Service members can begin the Retirement physical 6 months prior to their planned transition/retirement date.
To begin the process of getting a retirement physical, Service members will need to sign in at the front desk to see Soldier Physical Exam personnel and be screened and have any lab work put in and any EKG’s administered.
The paperwork needed for retirement physicals is listed below:
Complete these forms and turn them into a Soldier Physical Exam Personnel.
Reserve and National Guard soldiers will need to bring with them their ID card and a set of orders activating them to receive care, or a memo from their commander authorizing care on that specific day. For more information please contact Warrior Readiness staff: 410-278-1960
Allow for a minimum of 5-10 business days for all physicals to be signed by a medical Doctor. Once Warrior Readiness has received the complete and signed physicals the staff will contact the Service Member to come pick up the completed physical