Get Started

At this point, you should have received a packet from Concorde instructing you to visit to complete your medical and optometric requirements for the Department of Defense Medical Examination Review Board (DoDMERB). DoDMETS specifically handles the tracking and completion of your medical requirements.
Concorde and this website do not make “Qualified/Disqualified” decisions as they relate to your application. To complete the medical requirements, you must login to the site from the Applicant Login. If you are having trouble logging in to the site, please click here and someone will assist you.

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Medical Exam FAQ

Q: Do I need to go to the Doctor assigned to me on my appointment card?
A: Yes. It is imperative that you go to the Doctor assigned to you by Concorde. Concorde is the only one that can authorize you to go to a different facility. Failure to do this may cause you to be responsible for the payment of the medical exam.

Q: Am I responsible for payment of the medical exam?
A: No. Concorde has contracted with local physicians in all 50 States to provide the required medical and optometric examinations. If your assigned Doctor asks for payment or authorization to do testing beyond the required physical, please call Concorde -immediately at (215) 587-9600.

Q: What should I do if I cannot login?
A: If you are having trouble logging in, please contact Concorde at (215) 587-9600 and someone will assist you.

Q: Can I start completing my medical requirements if I have not yet received a packet?
A: No. Unfortunately you must wait until you receive your medical packet from Concorde.

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Applicant Support Contacts

Cancel or Reschedule Appointments

If you have to cancel or reschedule an appointment, please reschedule with your assigned provider and then contact Concorde by dialing (215) 587-9600

Missing Medical Information

If you received a call regarding missing medical information, please contact Concorde at (215) 587-9600 and ask for the representative who contacted you. You may also e-mail your corrections to If you are e-mailing, please include your full name and last 4 digits of your SSN.

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How To Begin

To get started, please login using the Provider Login.

  • USER NAME – your current vendor number (6 digits)
  • PASSWORD – your business zip code

If you should run into any questions or concerns during this process, our contact information is below.
We are available Monday through Friday 8:30 AM to 6 PM EST.
E-mail: Phone: 1 (800) 966-9790

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Provider Support Contacts

If you have any questions, please feel free to call Concorde at (215) 587-9600 or email Concorde Staff at

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Optometrist FAQ

After login please follow instructions

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What is my role?

As a Detachment Officer, you have the responsibility of assisting ROTC applicants as they go through their medical qualification. DoDMERB has contracted Concorde to provide medical facilities across the country for the purpose of examining your applicants.

  • Request physical examinations for ROTC applicants.
  • Assist ROTC applicants in scheduling their appointments. It is imperative that applicants go to their assigned medical facility.
  • Direct the applicant to to complete their medical history.
  • Follow-up with applicants to ensure they have complete their examinations.

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Officer FAQ

Q: When should my applicants go for their medical exams?
A: Applicants should only go to a provider for their medical exam after they have been approved by DoDMERB and have received a packet from Concorde with their assigned provider. If applicants are sent for their exams before approval or receipt of their Concorde packet, the applicant may be responsible for payment of the exam.
Q: Where should I send my applicants for their medical examination?
A: It is imperative that applicants go to the provider they have been assigned to by Concorde. Failure to go to the assigned provider may cause the applicant to be responsible for payment of the exam. Concorde will not reimburse applicants who visit a provider that was not assigned. In many cases, the provider that you are used to sending your applicants to may have been removed from Concorde’s approved provider list for various reasons. Therefore, it is important that each applicant goes to the facility they are assigned.

Download the Detachment Officer Manual.

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