Regulations on classification and health assessment for military service from January 1, 2024 in Vietnam

What are the regulations on classification and health assessment for military service from January 1, 2024 in Vietnam? - Hoang Son (Long An)

Regulations on classification and health assessment for military service from January 1, 2024 in Vietnam

Regulations on classification and health assessment for military service from January 1, 2024 in Vietnam (Internet image)

Regarding this issue, Lawnet answered as follows:

On December 6, 2023, the Ministry of National Defense issued Circular 105/2023/TT-BQP regulating health standards and medical examinations for subjects under its management.

1. Health classification for military service from January 1, 2024 in Vietnam

According to Article 9 of Circular 105/2023/TT-BQP, health classification for military service is carried out according to the provisions of Article 5 and Article 6 of Circular 105/2023/TT-BQP, as follows:

- Health classification standards

+ Standards for classification according to physical strength comply with regulations, in Section I, Appendix I issued with Circular 105/2023/TT-BQP.

+ Classification standards by diseases and health problems comply with the regulations in Section II Appendix I issued with Circular 105/2023/TT-BQP.

- Health classification method

* Scoring method

For each indicator, after examination, an even score from 1 - 6 is given in the "Score" column, specifically:

+ Score 1: Indicates very good health condition;

+ Point 2: Indicates good health condition;

+ Score 3: Indicates good health condition;

+ Score 4: Indicates average health condition;

+ Score 5: Indicates poor health;

+ Score 6: Indicates very poor health condition.

* Health classification method

Based on the score for the criteria during the examination to classify health, specifically as follows:

+ Type 1: All indicators score 1;

+ Type 2: There is at least 1 indicator with a score of 2;

+ Type 3: There is at least 1 indicator with a score of 3;

+ Type 4: There is at least 1 indicator with a score of 4;

+ Type 5: There is at least 1 indicator with a score of 5;

+ Type 6: There is at least 1 criterion with a score of 6.

Note:

- In case you have an acute illness, the illness may improve after a period of time or after treatment; that point must be accompanied by the letter "T" next to it (meaning "temporary"). The examiner must write a summary in Vietnamese of the disease name next to it (can be written with international nouns between parentheses). When concluding, if the letter "T" in the indicator has the highest score, the letter "T" must be written in the health classification section;

- In the event of doubt that a score has not been given or a conclusion cannot be reached, the Military Service Health Examination Council sends the citizen to a specialist examination at another medical facility to get an accurate conclusion. A conclusion must be reached within 10 days at most and will only be carried out in necessary cases;

- In cases where the health card has the letter "T", the Military Service Health Examination Council is responsible for guiding citizens to medical facilities for treatment;

- In case a citizen has a disease that has not been classified according to Section II, Appendix I issued with Circular 105/2023/TT-BQP, the health examination council fully and comprehensively evaluates the function of the affected organ, the degree of impact on the ability to practice military, work, and daily activities, and predicts the progression of the disease and disability to conclude the health classification.

2. Military service health assessment in Vietnam

- The Provincial Medical Examination Council assesses military service health when there are complaints related to the health of citizens called to perform military service. Reserve soldiers are recommended by the District Military Service Council.

- Assessment requirements: Assessment conclusions must clearly identify disease status and health classification according to Section I, Section II, and Appendix I issued with Circular 105/2023/TT-BQP.

- Dossier requesting an appraisal, including:

+ Application for personal assessment (according to Form 8, Appendix V issued with Circular 105/2023/TT-BQP);

+ Written request of the district-level Military Service Council;

+ A valid copy of the Military Service Health Form, the Reserve Military Health Check Form, or the Military Service Health Check Form (depending on the content of the assessment request).

- Within 15 days from the date of receipt of complete and valid documents, the Provincial Medical Examination Council must have a conclusion on the health assessment of citizens performing military service and send the dossier and assessment results to the District Military Service Council.

- The decision of the Provincial Medical Examination Council is the final conclusion on the health complaints of citizens performing military service.

Nguyen Ngoc Que Anh

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