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Plans, Operations and Medical Intelligence


The Plans, Operations and Medical Intelligence (POMI) course is designed as a three-week resident training program that addresses strategies, concepts, and tools necessary for the POMI officer and enlisted staff to grow into a POMI assignment. Topics include, but are not limited to, the POMI responsibilities in an operational unit; tactical, operational, and strategic levels of planning; doctrinal publications; exercise planning; medical intelligence; the federal response system; pertinent threat and capability briefs; geographic/geo-political background briefs; joint health service support assets; Armed Forces Blood Program; logistics; chain of command issues; communication methods; and future initiatives.
 
Throughout the duration of the course the students participate in a class/group capstone project that culminates in the development and presentation of an Annex Q (Medical Services Annex to an Operations Order) that is based upon a fictitious scenario mimicking real world events.
 

Secret Clearance Requirement

There will be Secret briefs given during this course.  Therefore, you must possess an ACTIVE SECRET CLEARANCE.  You will need to have your Security Manager send your information via the Joint Personnel Adjudication System (JPAS) to the following SMO code:  The Navy Medicine Professional Development Center's (NMPDC) UIC and Security Management Office code is 0622A.   Note: Applicants will not be considered for nor permitted to attend the course without security clearance information being submitted at the time of the application for the course.
 

Eligibility

Junior Medical Service Corps Officers (01 - 04) in the Health Care Administration, Physician’s Assistant, Environmental Health, or Industrial Hygiene fields and Senior Enlisted Personnel (E7 - E8) desiring to enter the POMI Community/field by either occupying a POMI billet or in route to an authorized POMI billet.
 

Criteria for selection: (in order of priority)

  • Occupying an authorized POMI (1805) billet
  • In the training pipeline to become a POMI officer (endorsed by POMI specialty Leader)
  • Occupying or enroute to the below tyes of commands:
    • Operational Marine Corps unit (MAW, MLG, MARDIV, HQ)
    • Navy numbered Fleet Staff, Amphibious Group Staff, or Type Command
    • Special Forces Unit
    • COCOM or Navy/USMC Component HQ - Medical Staff
  • Medical Admin Officer billet aboard either a carrier or amphibious ship
  • Fleet Surgical Team as the Medical Regulating Officer
  • In the training pipeline to become a POMI officer (endorsed by POMI specialty Leader)
  • (Reserve Personnel) Assigned, in writing, to a POMI mobilization platform BSC/component UIC (CRTS, FH/T-AH/FMF).
  • Assigned as the POMI for an MTF / Command
  • Assigned as a Blood Officer to a headquarters unit or deployable platform
  • (EHO, IHO, RHO) Assigned to an FDPMU, operation unit or headquarters.
Exceptional E6 applicants may be considered, but additional justification is required. Contact the Course Director for details.
 
ACTIVE DUTY  NOMINATION SUBMISSION CLICK HERE
You must complete ALL blocks of the nomination form e.g. if Rank, Designator/NEC, alternate email address or phone number is not included, your application will not be considered.
 
The POMI course is centrally funded for selected Navy Personnel ONLY. Non-Navy personnel selected to attend the course will be responsible for funding all travel, lodging and per-diem.
Any questions on Nomination process may directed to: Course Training Specialist
NOTE:  EXPECT NOTIFICATION APPROXIMATELY 5 WEEKS BEFORE CLASS START DATE WITH LOA INFO TO FOLLOW. ENSURE YOU SELECT PRIMARY AND ALTERNATE DATES OF PREFERRED COURSE ATTENDANCE.  BOTH SELECT AND NON-SELECT WILL BE NOTIFIED,  PROVIDED THAT THE APPLICATION WAS RECEIVED BEFORE THE DEADLINE. LATE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE PROCESSED, NOR WILL NOTIFICATIONS BE SENT. 
 
 Schedule Dates 
 
Plans, Operations, and Medical Intelligence Course (POMIC) 
Course Title
Course Number
Course Start Date
Course End Date
Nom Due Date
POMI
20-10
21-Oct-19
08-Nov-19
30-Aug-19
POMI
20-20
06-Apr-20
24-Apr-20
07-Feb-20
POMI
20-30
10-Aug-20
28-Aug-20
12-Jun-20

 

 

NOMINATION SUBMISSION
Please fill out this document:  STUDENT DATA SHEET, Save completed document, then email encrypted to:  POMI Course Training Specialist  
 

Course Director
LCDR Robert A. Bartholomew, MSC, USN

Bldg 1 1st Deck, Room 1704
Walter Reed National Military Medical Center
8955 Wood Road
NSA Bethesda, MD
Comm:  (301) 400-2631; DSN:  269-2631

 
Course Training Specialist
Ms. Edna Smith
Office: (301) 319-4501
Fax: (301) 319-8121
Training site: WRNMMC Bethesda, Bldg 1 (tower), 1st Floor, Classroom 1733
NMPDC Bethesda, MD

 
For Selected Reserve Personnel ONLY:
POMI Reserve Specialty Leader
CAPT David Buzzetti, MSC, USN
Office:  703-681-5526
All requests for Reserve personnel to attend MUST be approved through 
CAPT Buzzetti. BUMED M10 Education, Training, and Readiness will coordinate
funding.
 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Course Data:
- CIN #: B-61-2310
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Length 3 weeks
- 4 Classes per year
- 30 Seats available per class 
- BUPERS Service School Code: 088
 
Location: WRNMMC Bethesda, Bldg 1, (Tower); 1st Floor; Classroom 1733 
NMPDC Bethesda, MD
 
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