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Army Profiles

  • Date Submitted: 05/26/2014 08:43 AM
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There are many types of profiles that can be given out through prescription by a medical officer in the United States Army along with other branches of the United States Armed Forces. Profiles according to the recommendation of the medical officer can be given out for a wide variety of medical issues. They can be given out for both wide varieties of illnesses and injuries. The type of profile or profiles are usually determined at the discretion and upon the recommendation of the issuing authority. While the issuing authority according to Army Regulation 40-501 the Standards of Medical Fitness must be a medical officer of the United States Armed Forces, if a service member of the United States Armed Forces is seen by a civilian medical professional a profile can be issued at the discretion of a medical officer in the United States Armed Forces, based upon the recommendation of the civilian medical professional.
One particular type of profile that can be issued by a medical officer of the United States Armed Forces, is   a profile that restricts a particular service member of the United States Armed Forces to their quarters. This particular type of profile is usually issued when returning to the service members place of duty poses a medical or physical danger to the service member or those working around or interacting around him. By the service member being in these situations, it can pose a threat to his recovery and the health of those around him possibly being detrimental to the units health; furthermore, compromising unit readiness both physically and mentally.
A profile restricting a service member of the United States Armed Forces to remain in his or her quarters is not something that should or can be taken lightly. The reasons behind a medical officer of the United States Armed Forces issuing a profile restricting a service member to remain in his or her quarters is generally a serious medical issue.   And if a medical officer of the United States Armed...

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