MEDREG Student Information
Provides students with the knowledge and skills required to function as a Medical Regulating Team (MRT) member. Training includes techniques of medical regulating, patient movement, operations, Health Service Support assets, planning, and communications unique to Navy and Marine Corps, as well as the joint operations arena. Upon completion of training, participants will receive a Certificate, Page 13, and the 2nd Edition Medical Regulating/Patient Movement Reference Tool CD. Priority seating available for personnel assigned to the operating forces, or one of the following mobilization platforms:
Satisfies MAP requirements for Medical Regulating
Fleet Marine Force (FMF)
Casualty Receiving and Treatment Ships (CRTS)
Hospital Ships (T-AH)
Fleet Hospitals (FH)
Note: Selected training site commands must provide administrative support for the facilitators. SWMI funds instructors only. Commands desiring to sponsor/fund a class should contact the Surface Warfare Medicine Institute, Medical Regulating Course Program Manager, LT S. Coronel
(SWMI-Admin@med.navy.mil) at least six weeks prior to desired convening date. Hosting command’s POC must provide primary and alternate dates for training. Attendance must be at a minimum of 15 students.
Nomination Format: Utilize the NMOTC Operational Short Course Catalog nomination format located at the NMOTC training page.
Course Objective: Provides students with the knowledge and skills required to function as a Medical Regulating Team (MRT) member.
Surface Warfare Medical Institute
34101 Farenholt Avenue, Bldg 14
San Diego, CA 92134
Comm (619) 532-6195
Fax extension: 8251