Medical readiness now has 24/7 access on Portal Published Feb. 11, 2011 By HANSCOM AIR FORCE BASE, Mass -- Each military member is required to complete certain medical requirements each year in order to ensure readiness for war. Individual Medical Readiness, otherwise known as IMR, consists of the following items: preventative health assessment (PHA), laboratory tests, immunizations, dental exams, profiles and medical equipment, such as gas mask inserts. The Air Force has now created a way in which each military member can access their medical readiness requirements, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. This link will give members direct access to the pre-deployment health assessment Form 2795, the new deployment resiliency assessment (DRA) and the post-deployment health re-assessment (PDHRA) form. In addition, commanders, unit deployment managers and unit health managers can use this same portal link to navigate to unit level IMR status, unit reports and obtain information on their personnel. In order to access individual information, follow the steps below: 1. Log onto the Air Force Portal. 2. Under "Featured Links," select "Fitness & Health." 3. Then select "Medical Readiness - Deployment Health." 4. Next, the screen will display the ASIMS Web DoD Notice and Consent page. Read and click "ok." 5. The top box is for the individual member. "My Individual Medical Readiness Status" is the first link. For any questions or concerns, contact Public Health at 781-377-1393 or 781-377-2095.