How do I log into Dodmets?
- User Name. Enter your SSN with dashes. ( example: 123-45-6789)
- First time log in? Use your last name for your password.
- Required Software. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to view your Medical Examination Packet. Please download Adobe Acrobat Reader using the links below. Get Adobe Acrobat Reader.
What does Dodmets complete mean?
A “CLOSED” status on the DODMETS website means they have FedExd the exam/history results to DoDMERB. A “COMPLETE HOLD” status means that Concorde is working with the examiners to obtain additional information. Upon receipt, Concorde will forward exam results to DoDMERB.
Do I have to pay for DoDMERB?
The first two options are both paid for by the government, but if you choose to use your own doctor you’ll need to pay out of pocket for the exam. When you get correspondence from DoDMERB once your physical is complete, you could hear 1 of 3 things: Qualified – (also called Q) Congrats, you passed the medical process!
How long does it take to get DoDMERB results?
Through the process of going through DoDMERB, you might receive a disqualification code or a remedial code. You can look up what these mean on the DoDMERB website here. The results after your physical can take from 6-8 weeks to come back with a Q/DQ decision.
Is DoDMERB easier than MEPS?
I went through MEPS and DoDMERB. MEPS was a lot worse. More waiting, more BS, more extensive. DoDMERB was filling out some stuff, doing a quick physical and a quick eye exam.
Do you get drug tested at DoDMERB?
DODMERB does not drug test, that’s the medical examination review board.
Does ROTC look good for medical school?
ROTC is an excellent avenue to eventually become a doctor in the military. An ROTC scholarship, combined with a medical school scholarship or loan forgiveness, can potentially mean zero out of pocket expenses after the conclusion of medical school.
What can disqualify you from ROTC?
Army ROTC medical requirements
- Uncorrected vision worse than 20/400 in either eye.
- Vision that is not correctable to 20/20.
- Eczema after the age of eight.
- A history of TMJ.
- Psychotic episodes.
- History of depression requiring meds, outpatient treatment or hospitalization.
Can you get into ROTC with ADHD?
Those medically diagnosed with asthma or who have been prescribed Ritalin or any other medication for ADD and/or ADHD at any point in their life may be precluded from military service, but this may be waived, depending on diagnosis and treatment.
Can you do ROTC If you have asthma?
Asthma is disqualifying only if symptoms are present after a recruit turns 13 years old. A waiver may be requested during recruitment. The Army may be less selective than some of the other branches, as it maintains a higher enrollment than the Air Force, Marines, and the Navy.
What disqualifies you on DoDMERB?
Uncorrected visual acuity worse than 20/400 in either eye. Vision not correctable to 20/20 in either eye. Refractive error exceeding plus or minus 8.00 diopters (spherical equivalent). Astigmatism exceeding 3.00 diopters and anisometropia exceeding 3.5 diopters.
Does ROTC go to MEPS?
Do I have to go to a Military Entrance Processing Station (MEPS) for my medical requirements? No, AFROTC cadets complete their medical review through the Department of Defense Medical Examination Review Board (DoDMERB).
Can I become a surgeon through the military?
To become a medical doctor in the military, you have two choices: the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (USUHS) or the Health Professions Scholarship Program (HPSP). Each program has advantages and disadvantages based on your personal preferences.
Is it worth it to join ROTC?
If you think a military career is right for you, ROTC can be a great option. You’ll gain plenty of leadership skills, discipline, and maturity, not to mention a head start on a rewarding career.
Can you go to the military at 17?
Age Limits for Enlisting You must be at least 17 to enlist in any branch of the active military. The oldest you can be to enlist for active duty in each branch is: Coast Guard: 31. Marines: 28.
What does dodmets stand for?
The Department of Defense Medical Exam Testing System (DoDMETS) is the medical exam tracking system operated by Concorde, Inc. to assist Department of Defense Applicants in scheduling and completing their medical requirements for DoDMERB.
How do I complete the medical requirements in dodmets?
DoDMETS specifically handles the tracking and completion of your medical requirements. CIV Team and this website do not make “Qualified/Disqualified” decisions as they relate to your application. To complete the medical requirements, you must login to the site from the Applicant Login.
What does a detachment officer do in DoDMERB?
As a Detachment Officer, you have the responsibility of assisting ROTC applicants as they go through their medical qualification. DoDMERB has contracted CIV Team to provide medical facilities across the country for the purpose of examining your applicants.