Aloha and welcome to the Pacific! The Regional Health Command-Pacific (RHC-P) is the Army’s headquarters for Army Medicine in Hawaii, Washington, Alaska, Japan, Korea and throughout the Indo-Asia-Pacific region. RHC-P provides mission command to six subordinate military health readiness platforms: Tripler Army Medical Center, U.S. Army Health Clinic-Schofield Barracks in Hawaii; Madigan Army Medical Center in Joint Base Lewis-McChord (JBLM), Washington; Bassett Army Community Hospital in Fort Wainwright, Alaska; Brian Allgood Army Community Hospital in Korea; and BG Crawford F. Sams U.S. Army Health Clinic in Camp Zama in Japan. RHC-P’s headquarters is located on the Tripler Army Medical Center campus on the island of Oahu, Hawaii.
We are also extremely proud to now have Public Health Command-Pacific and U.S. Army Dental Command-Pacific as members of the RHC-P team. These additions strengthen RHC-P’s capability to provide a full spectrum of high reliability care throughout the region.
Our top priority at each of our health readiness platforms is our patients. In addition, we are honored to provide globally ready medical forces prepared to deploy in support of our national interests.
We are committed to providing cutting-edge technology and advances in practices in the delivery of health care to our beneficiaries. Our dedicated providers and staff are fully devoted to providing highly reliable care to our valued beneficiaries.
RHC-P’s mission is to orchestrate the delivery of world-class medical care for service members, families and eligible beneficiaries while providing medical readiness and diplomacy in support of U.S. Army Pacific (USARPAC) in the U.S. Pacific Command (USPACOM) area of responsibility (AOR).
Our vision is to be the premier system for health within the Department of Defense, providing access to safe, high-quality health care and medical diplomacy throughout the Indo-Asia-Pacific AOR. We need our Soldiers and other service members ready for the missions our nation asks of them. We also desire that the families who remain at home take care of themselves, and stay resilient and healthy so their service member can focus on safely accomplishing the mission.
This guide provides you with key information about how to access care, seek referrals, location of our health care facilities and processes you should follow to obtain care. If at any time you feel unclear or confused about how you and your family can access health care, please let us know. We have a wonderful TEAM that wants to assist you!
On behalf of our dedicated military and civilian workforce, I want to thank you for your service and sacrifice to our nation. Please let us know how we can help you improve and sustain your health. We want to be the most trusted medical team in the world; with your assistance, we can make this happen!
Serving to Heal, Honored To Serve!
Na Koa Imua - Warriors Go Forth!
Bertram C. Providence
Brigadier General, U.S. Army
Regional Health Command-Pacific