Updating efmp status
Enrollment in the EFMP allows Navy detailers to consider the Sailor’s family needs during the assignment process ensuring that necessary resources will be available at the Sailor’s assigned duty station.Once enrolled, your family member is assigned one of six categories based upon the frequency and duration of treatment and support that he or she requires.Classification Review: This position has been classified/graded as required by Title 5, U. Code in conformance with standard published by the U. Office of Personnel Management or if no published standards apply directly, consistently with the most applicable published standards.The purpose of this position is to provide professional nursing case management support to the Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP).
EFM Status Updates The Navy requires Service Members to update EFMP enrollment every three years for categories 1-5 and within one year for Category 6.
It requires current documentation (nothing older than six months) along with forms DD 2792 and DD 2792-1, as appropriate.
When a change in duty station is anticipated, it is advised to begin the update process 12 months before the permanent change of station (PCS) date.
This position is designated as the EFMP Nurse Administrator/Special Needs Advisor. Interviews soldiers and family members, assessing and analyzing medical records to identify conditions and needs of family members that warrant EFMP enrollment to assist in the military assignments process.
Conducts case findings through collaboration with local military and civilian agencies.