R 222140Z FEB 23 MID200080752987U
FM SECNAV WASHINGTON DC
INFO SECNAV WASHINGTON DC
CNO WASHINGTON DC
CMC WASHINGTON DC
MSGID/GENADMIN/SECNAV WASHINGTON DC/-/FEB//
SUBJ/CONSOLIDATION OF ELECTRONIC PERIODIC HEALTH ASSESSMENT AND DEPLOYMENT
HEALTH ASSESSMENT WEBSITES//
NARR/REF A IS DODI 6025.19, INDIVIDUAL MEDICAL READINESS.
REF B IS DODI 6490.03 DEPLOYMENT HEALTH.
REF C IS DODI 6490.07, DEPLOYMENT-LIMITING MEDICAL CONDITIONS FOR SERVICE
MEMBERS AND DOD CIVILIANS.
REF D IS DHA-PI 6490.03 DEPLOYMENT HEALTH PROCEDURES.
REF E IS BUMEDINST 6110.14A, DOCUMENTING AND REPORTING INDIVIDUAL MEDICAL
REF F IS OPNAVINST 6100.3A DEPLOYMENT HEALTH ASSESSMENT PROCESS.//
RMKS/1. Per references (a) through (f) each Service Member is required to
maintain their medical readiness requirements, including the completion of
the Periodic Health Assessment (PHA), Pre-Deployment Health Assessment, Post
-Deployment Health Assessment, Post-Deployment Health Re-Assessment, and
Mental Health Assessment.
2. The electronic Periodic Health Assessment (ePHA) and electronic
Deployment Health Assessment (eDHA) websites have been consolidated into a
single Common Access Card (CAC)-enabled website called the electronic Health
Assessment (eHA) site, located at https://eha.health.mil/eha. The eHA
website was established in August 2021. On 1 October 2022 the legacy ePHA
and eDHA websites were taken offline and are no longer accessible.
Consolidation to a single CAC-enabled platform improves Service Member access
and completion of medical readiness requirements and enables Navy Medicine to
implement electronic versions of other, currently paper-based medical
3. Medical readiness assessment questions are defined by Department of
Defense (DoD) requirements and cannot be changed without DoD approval. Both
Part I and Part II of the medical readiness assessment must be complete so
that Service Member's eHA can be certified.
a. Part I: In order to complete this part of any eHA assessment,
Sailors must log in to the new eHA website using their Common Access
Card. Service Members enter their information by selecting Start New
Assessment for the assessment(s) for which they are due or overdue. PHAs are
listed under the ePHA portal, and the deployment-related health assessments
are under the eDHA portal.
b. Part II: Upon completion of the Service Member's portion of an
assessment on the eHA website, Service Members must contact their medical
department or identified point of contact to schedule the record review and
Provider portion of the assessment.
4. User feedback/user experience about eHA website functionality can be
submitted to usn.hampton-roads.navmcpubhlthcenpors.list.nmcphc-pha1
@health.mil. User recommendations for U.S. Navy Bureau of Medicine and
Surgery eHA website development can be submitted to
5. This ALNAV remains in effect until superseded or cancelled, whichever
6. Released by the Honorable Carlos Del Toro, Secretary of the Navy.//