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DD Form 689 Individual Sick Slip

13 Jul 12 Update:  AR- 40-66 outlines use of the Individual Sick Slip DD Form 689. Chapter 13 states the DD Form 689 (March 1963) - will (can) be
issued to a patient who either requests or receives medical or dental treatment or evaluation at an Army MTF (or by a network provider). The DD
Form 689 may be used AT ANY TIME to COMMUNICATE between health care personnel and the military member’s (COMPO 1, 2 or 3) unit
commander.
It 'can' assign a temporary profile, not to exceed 30 days. The DD Form 689 is used for temporary conditions lasting 1-7 days
and CAN be used for conditions up to 30 days (note: use of
e Profile is required for conditions greater than 30 days). ALL health care providers,
regardless of COMPO or organization, SHOULD utilize e-Profile for ALL conditions lasting from ~8 to 30 days to improve unit electronic Soldier
medical readiness accountability (thru e-Profile & MEDPROS)


31 May 12:  From the Office of the Surgeon General:  The DD Form 689 (March 1963) - see AR 40-66, Chapter 13 -  will be issued to a patient
who either requests or receives medical or dental treatment or evaluation at an Army MTF. The DD Form 689 may be used at any time as a means
of communication between the attending AMEDD personnel and the unit commander of the military member. It can assign a temporary profile, not
to exceed 30 days. The DD Form 689 is used for temporary conditions lasting 1-7 days and CAN be used for conditions up to 30 days (note: e-
Profile required for conditions greater than 30 days), but providers are highly encouraged to utilize e-Profile for conditions lasting from ~8 to 30
days to improve electronic Soldier medical readiness accountability and tracking. D Form 689 Individual Sick Call Slip
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