Medical Regulating Course (MEDREG)
Medical Regulating Course and Patient Movement Course (MRC/PMC)
Course Control Numbers: CDP: 652 V and CIN: B6I-2311
Duration: 2 days (16 hours). Provides students with the knowledge and skills required to function as Medical Regulating Team (MRT) and Patient Evacuation Team (PET) members. The course provides concepts and principles of medical regulating, patient movement, operations, Health Service Support assets, planning, and communications unique to the Navy and Marine Corps, as well as the joint operating arena. Upon completion of training, participants will receive a Certificate, administrative remarks page denoting completion of training and course completion entry into current Navy training databases. The sponsoring command's training department will receive a copy of the current Medical Regulating/Patient Movement Reference Tool CD. Priority seating available for personnel assigned to the operating forces, or one of the following mobilization platforms:
- Fleet Marine Force (FMF)
- Roles of a Patient Evacuation Officer & Members of Patient Evacuation Team
- Casualty Receiving and Treatment Ships (CRTS)
- Hospital Ships (T-AH)
- Fleet Hospitals (FH)
- OCONUS MTFs
Note: Commands desiring to sponsor/fund a class or request further course information should send an e-mail to the Surface Warfare Medical Institute Fleet Training functional e-mail account at: email@example.com, utilizing subject line: MEDREG REQUEST FOR INFORMATION ICO NAME OF UNIT. Course requests will require at least six weeks of lead time for concideration and planning. Minimum class size is 15 students and the maximum class size is 30 students.
Surface Warfare Medicine Institute, Detachment of the Navy Medicine Operational Training Center (NMOTC)
Student candidates must be funded by parent command. Selected training site commands must provide funding for up to two instructors (four days per diem, lodging for three nights, travel to and from the requested location from San Diego, including a mid-size rental car), as well as administrative/logicstic support for the facilitators.
For E-3 and above who will be reporting as members of the Medical Regulating and Patient Evacuation Teams in support of Fleet Surgical Teams, Navy and Marine Corps Medical Units serving afloat or overseas. This training satisfies the formal training requirement for "Medical Regulator" Additional Qualification Designator(AQD).