- Other Services
Location of EFMP Medical Department:
Mendoza Clinic, 2nd Floor
11335 SSG Sims Rd,
7:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Front Desk Hours:
7:40 AM - 12 PM
1 - 3 PM
Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP)
Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) William Beaumont Army Medical Center Services Offered:
Overseas Deployment Screening
To clear for Overseas Travel you will need the following:
Up to date Well Baby Physical & Immunization Record.
Current physical (within the last year) and immunization record.
Women (18 and over):
Current well women's exam (within the last year) including an up to date PAP result (if 21 years or older).
Current physical (within the last year).
- Dependents outpatient records if not seen in a military treatment facility.
- Must schedule appointments for each dependents traveling on PCS orders with the EFMP Physician (must be scheduled after physicals are complete).
- DA Form 5888 with top portion completed and authenticated by MPD after the Levy brief is completed
Note: Clearace — the DA Form 5888 can only be signed off by an EFMP Physician after it is authenticated by the Fort Bliss MPD.
Criteria for enrollment
- Potentially life threatening conditions including but not limited to asthma or reactive airway disease (recurrent wheezing treated with any medication) within the past 5 years, sickle cell disease, and insulin dependent diabetes.
- Current or Chronic (greater than 6 months of continuous care or multiple episodes of care) outpatient mental health treatment over the past 5 years or inpatient mental health services within the past 5 years.
- Any level of mental health services required at the present time or projected for the future.
- Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder requiring management and treatment by a physician, mental health care provider or counselor.
- Family members that require specialty follow up support (such as high risk newborns and patients with diagnosis of cancer within the past 5 years).
- Family members that require education services (including medically related services) that are specified on an Individualized Education Program(IEP or 504plan) from 3-21 years of age or early intervention services specified or on an Individualized Family Services Plan(IFSP) from birth to 3 years of age(such as speech therapy, occupational therapy or physical therapy services)
- Must be done at least every three years (Soldiers cannot get PCS orders if more than 30 months since last update.
- Must be done with any significant change in healthcare needs
- Go to EFMP Medical Department to pick up the necessary EFMP summary report and forms for physicians to complete and for individualized instructions.
- Return prior EFMP summary and completed DD Form 2792 to the EFMP front desk for review
(must be the DD Form 2792, AUG 2014 rev)
- Update should be processed within 10 working days
Member of the Special Needs Resource Team (SNRT):
The team meets two times a month or when an emergency occurs. The team discusses the needs and training of staff for special needs children when they are left in the care of any post daycare or daycare homes.
EFMP Case Coordinators and Special Needs Advisors assist soldier/dependents with difficult assignments, getting necessary services, scheduling appointments for specialty clinics.
The Oversight Committee, on post and off post organizations, meets quarterly to discuss changes taking place at Fort Bliss and in the El Paso community. A representative from all the school districts, Early Intervention Services, JAG Office, Civilian Personnel, Housing, Engineers, MILPO, State Department, EFMP/WBAMC and Community Service Center attend this meeting.
AR 608-75 dated 22 NOVEMBER 2006