MEDICAL SURVEILLANCE AND CERTIFICATION
The Navy is committed to providing a safe and healthful workplace for all of its personnel, military and civilian. As a part of accomplishing this goal, the Occupational and Environmental Medicine (OEM) Department at NMCPHC publishes NMCPHC-TM OM 6260 Medical Surveillance Procedures Manual and Medical Matrix, the authoritative guide for occupational medical surveillance and certification programs. NMCPHC-TM OM 6260, usually referred to as the Medical Matrix (or simply the Matrix), is a critical component of the Navy's successful medical surveillance program. The OEM Department's professional staff also provides consultative services to health care providers and line commands to assist with the correct enrollment, evaluation, care, and disposition of personnel in medical surveillance and job certification programs.
Introduction to Surveillance and Certification Exams
MEDICAL MATRIX ONLINE
MMO is compatible with Chrome, Firefox, and Edge; Chrome is preferable. Internet Explorer 11 is not supported.
For questions, corrections, or suggestions about the content of the Medical Matrix, or for technical support, email:
DOCUMENTING OCCUPATIONAL AND NON-OCCUPATIONAL EXPOSURES IN THE OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH RECORD
The OPNAV 5100.15 has been cancelled. An optional tool to capture occupational and non-occupational exposure history is Data Grid 5100.15.
Bureau of Medicine and Surgery
7700 Arlington Blvd. Ste. 5113 Falls Church, VA 22042-5113
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