LOGISTICS                       HEALTHCARE STARTS WITH MEDICAL LOGISTICS

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  • Property accountability: Inventory, equipment transfer, Report of Survey and cash collection.
  • Warehouse: Ship, receive, bar code and deliver equipment and material.
  • Turn in material and equipment for re-utilization.
  • Non-medical equipment repair.
  • Process gratuitous loans.
  • Purchase medical and non-medical items.
  • Process service contracts (non-medical and non-personnel).

New Hand Receipt Holders, complete the following forms: 

  • Hand Receipt Holder Appointment Orders.
  • Letter of Instruction for Hand Receipt Holders.

    DA Form 1687, Notice of Delegation of Authority - Receipt for Supplies. 

  • Deliver the completed forms, with signatures, to the appropriate Hand Receipt Manager.

  • Remember the four important rules for all Hand Receipt Holders: 
    1) Turn-in all unused equipment.
    2) Sub-Hand Receipt to user level.
    3) Conduct monthly 10% inventories.
    4) If something is missing, initiate a timely Report of Survey.

       POCs and contact phone numbers.

If you have any questions and/or comments on the above, please call 719-526-7209.

 

 

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HEALTHCARE BEGINS WITH MEDICAL LOGISTICS