The Reserve Health Readiness Program (RHRP) is a Department of Defense, Health Affairs program developed by Force Health Protection & Readiness and executed by its sole contractor, Logistics Health Incorporated. The program was designed to supplement the Reserve Component readiness mission by providing Periodic Health Assessment (PHA), Post-Deployment Health Reassessment (PDHRA), and other Individual Medical Readiness (IMR) services that satisfy key deployment requirements.
The RHRP provides medical and dental services to all Reserve Component (RC) forces including the Army Reserve and National Guard, Air National Guard and Reserve, Navy Reserve, Marine Forces Reserve, and U.S. Coast Guard. It also provides the PHA, PDHRA, and IMR services for Active Duty Service members located in geographically remote areas. PDHRAs are provided to DoD civilians.
COMDTINST M1020.8H This Instruction establishes the Coast Guard Weight and Body Fat Standards Program for all Coast Guard military personnel, officer and enlisted, active and reserve, and Public Health Service (PHS) officers detailed to the Coast Guard.
Reserve Personnel Management Division 3 (RMP3)
Manages the Coast Guard’s Reserve Incapacitation Benefit (RIB) system for ill and injured reservists and acts as the Coast Guard’s Benefits Issuing Authority (BIA) for Medical Hold (Med Hold) orders, Active Duty for Health Care (ADHC) orders, Notices of Eligibility (NOE) and incapacitation pay.