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Navy Medicine Officer Orientation (NM-101) Course
 
Description: The Navy Medicine Officer Orientation Course is a 5-day resident training program designed to provide new Naval Medical Department officers of all Corps with an indoctrination into Navy Medicine, covering fundamental personnel management and operational readiness knowledge, skills, and abilities. This five-day in  residence course directly supports the Surgeon General’s Navy Medicine Priorities, the 4 P’s (People, Platforms, Performance, and Power), and will orient Naval Medical Department officers of all Corps to DOD, Navy, and Navy Medicine organizational structures in preparation for operational assignments with the Fleet and Marine Forces.

Target Audience: New Active Duty (AD) Naval Medical Department officers of all Corps, currently only available as an intermediate stop (I-Stop) between departing Officer Development School (ODS) and reporting to their first AD permanent duty station.
 
Training Site:
In person - Contracted Venue. Naval Medical Leader and Professional Development Command, Building 1, 8955 Wood Road, Bethesda, Maryland 20889-56111


Course Information:
Course Number:
CIN# B-61-2100

Funding: Naval Medical Leader & Professional Development Command provides contract lodging while attending the course. Students receive partial per diem (meals and M&IE) while attending the course, and will liquidate that as part of the initial check-in and PCS travel liquidation at the ultimate duty station.

Duration: Five days

Classes/year: Nine

Seats Available: 200/class

Curriculum: Topics include
-Character and Ethics
-Leadership
-Diversity and Inclusion
-Operational Capstone
-Critical Thinking and Decision Making
-High Reliability Organizations
-Data-driven Decision Making
-History of Navy Medicine
-Velocity Learning
-Appreciative Inquiry
-Personnel and Unit Readiness
-Strategic Overview (US Military C2)
-Orders and Planning Process
-Introduction to Plans, Operations, and Medical Intelligence (POMI)
-US Military Health Service Support (HSS) Capabilities
-Force Health Protection (FHP) and Navy Medicine
-Navy Medicine Organizational Structure and Roles
-Medical Logistics in an Operational Environment
-Global Health Engagement (GHE)
-Medical Regulating and Patient Movement
-Health records in the MTF and Operational Environment
-Operational Medical Footprint (SURFOR, AIRFOR, SUBFOR, MARFOR)
-Discipline and the Legal Environment

Course Schedule:
Course Number Start Date End Date
22-70 18JUL22 22JUL22
22-80 19AUG22 23AUG22
22-90 29AUG22 2SEP22
23-10 3OCT22 7OCT22
23-20 24OCT22 28OCT22
23-30 20NOV22 22NOV22
23-40 27FEB23 3MAR23
23-50 3APR23 7APR23
23-60 8MAY23 12MAY23
23-70 12JUN23 16JUN23
23-80 17JUL23 21JUL23
23-90 21AUG23 25AUG23
24-10 2OCT23 6OCT23

Contact Information:

Course Director/Course Management Department
Naval Medical Leader and Professional Development Command
Building 1, 1st Deck
Walter Reed National Military Medical Center
8955 Wood Road
NSA-Bethesda, MD
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