Regional Health Command Pacific

The team who healed my intrepid spirit: An active duty TBI journey

Story by SGT Paige Behringer on 01/08/2018 EDITOR'S NOTE: This commentary does not contain medical advice. If you have been injured seek assistance from a healthcare professional. FORT BRAGG, N.C. - - I felt the back of my head connect with wood as my brain rocked inside of my skull.
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RHC-P global health engagement 2017 year-in-review building a sustainable foundation

Story by Emily Yeh on 12/21/2017 HONOLULU - In 2017, Regional Health Command Pacific continued to provide valuable health capacity and capability through global health engagements in the Pacific arena. RHC-P also focused on strengthening its global health engagement foundation by increasing its joint synchronization in health engagement planning, coordinatio
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Tripler NICU nurses reunite with families during holiday reunion

Story by Leanne Thomas on 12/18/2017 HONOLULU - Back by popular demand, the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Tripler Army Medical Center, here, hosted the eighth annual NICU Graduate Reunion, Dec. 3, to reunite with those who, at one time or another, called the Tripler NICU their second home. A
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Oldest survivor of Pearl Harbor attack visits Tripler

Story by Leanne Thomas on 12/18/2017 HONOLULU The oldest survivor of the attack on Pearl Harbor, U.S. Navy veteran Ray Chavez of California, visited Tripler Army Medical Center, Dec. 8, as part of his trip to attend to the 76th Pearl Harbor commemoration ceremonies. He was accompanied by his daughter
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RHC-P reflects upon 2017 accomplishments

Story by Ana Allen on 12/11/2017 HONOLULU (Dec. 7, 2017) Regional Health Command-Pacific reflects upon major accomplishments celebrated this year in support of its mission of providing combatant commanders with medically ready forces and ready medical forces conducting health service support in all phases of military operation. The Department of
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Engineers, DPW team up to restore landmark

Story by Karen Iwamoto on 12/07/2017 SCHOFIELD BARRACKS The Engineer Castle on Ralston Field, here, received a facelift recently thanks to a partnership between the 523rd Engineer Company, 84th Eng. Battalion, 130th Eng. Brigade, 8th Theater Sustainment Command, and U.S. Army Garrison-Hawaii's Directorate of Public Works. About 25 Soldiers and
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