TRIPLER ARMY COMMUNITY HOSPITAL

Digital Relocation/Welcome Guide

Mission and Vision

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Mission
Provide patient centered, outcomes based health care and drive the transformation to a System for Health for Forces and Families in the Pacific Region. Educate, train and provide a ready medical force to enhance health and save lives.

Vision
Serve as the Oasis of Health and Welln...

To Our Patients

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Aloha and welcome to the Pacific. The Pacific Regional Medical Command is the Army’s regional higher headquarters for Army Medicine in Hawaii, Japan and Korea. PRMC provides regional level mission command of four subordinate military medical treatment facilities (Brian Allgood Army Community H...

Chapter 1: Pacific Regional Medical Command

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Army Medicine’s Pacific Regional Medical Command provides regional level mission command of four subordinate military medical treatment facilities (Brian Allgood Army Community Hospital in Korea; Tripler Army Medical Center; U.S. Army Health Clinic-Camp Zama in Japan; and U.S. Army Health Clin...

Chapter 2: How to Receive Healthcare in Hawaii

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When active-duty military members arrive in Hawaii, their personnel office will ensure that they in-process through their service’s Military Treatment Facility (MTF) and learn about their TRICARE Healthcare System options. ...

Chapter 3: Tripler Army Medical Center

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The origins of Tripler Army Medical Center date back to 1907 when several wooden structures at Fort Shafter were used as a hospital. The facility was named in 1920 after Brigadier General Charles Stuart Tripler, in honor of his contributions to Army medicine during the Civil War. At the start of Wor...

Chapter 4:Tripler Hospital Services

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American Red Cross

Telephone......................... 433-6631

After Hours and Emergency

Communication Services (877) 272-7337

1st Floor, B-Wing, Room 1B109

Hours: Weekdays, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. ...

Chapter 5: Tripler Medical Clinics, Departments and Programs

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Central Appts.......... 433-2778, ext. 1

3rd Floor, H Wing, Oceanside (across from the Emergency Department)

Clinic Hours: Weekdays, 8 a.m.-6 p.m.

Closed weekends and all federal holidays ...

Chapter 6: Other Services at Tripler

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Tripler............................... 438-4499

Bldg. 127A, Krukowski Road

Hours: Weekdays, 7:30 a.m.-4 p.m.

Schofield Barracks............. 655-4227

Bldg. 2091, Kolekole Ave.

Hours: Weekdays, 7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. ...

Chapter 7: PRMC Medical Homes

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Army Medicine is in the process of transitioning from a Healthcare System to a System of Health to better serve our patients and beneficiaries. The central driver to achieving a System of Health is the Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH). PCMH is a proven model of longitudinal healthcare delivery; ...

Chapter 8: Schofield Barracks

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General Information ...

Chapter 9: Japan

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U.S. Army Health Clinic-Camp Zama, Japan

Telephone (if calling from U.S.)

011-81-3117-63-4127

DSNL.............................. 263-4127/8

HQ, U.S. Army Medical Department

Activity-Japan

APO AREA Pacific 96338-5011

www.usarj.army.mil/organization/meddac ...

Chapter 10: Korea

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Brian Allgood Army Community Hospital

U.S. Army Garrison-Yongsan, Korea

Unit #15244, Bldg. 7005

APO AP 96205-5244 ...

Chapter 11: Dental Services

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To Schedule Appointments 433-5370

To Schedule Oral Surgery

Appointments................. 433-6712

Ground Floor, D Wing (G1D)

Hours: Weekdays, 7:15 a.m.-4:15 p.m.; call if doors are locked ...

Chapter 12: Tricare Services

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www.tricare.mil

(888) 988-9378

TRICARE Prime and Tripler TRICARE Plus patients have 24-hour access to their providers through their primary care clinic phone numbers. This may help you avoid unnecessary ER visits and keeps your doctors aware of your needs. ...

Chapter 13: Tripler Campus and Veteran Affairs

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Center of Excellence in Disaster Management and Humanitarian Assistance

Telephone......................... 433-7035

Bldg. 160, Krukowski Road

frontoffice@coe-dmha.org

www.coe-dmha.org

Mailing Address

COE Disaster Mgt and Humanitarian Assistance ...

Chapter 14: Public Health Command Region-Pacific

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We provide scientific expertise and preventive medicine services in the areas of field preventive medicine; Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosive (CBRNE); health physics; industrial hygiene; environmental and occupational health; entomology; health promotion and wellness; epidem...

Chapter 15: Naval Health Clinic Hawaii

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Quarterdeck....... 473-1880, ext. 2210

Mailing Address:

Commanding Officer

Naval Health Clinic Hawaii

480 Central Ave.

JBPHH, HI 96860-4908

Website: www.med.navy.mil/sites/nhch ...

Chapter 16: Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam

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The William R. Schick Clinic, which was named in memory of 1st Lt. (Dr.) William R. Schick, the first Army Air Corps physician killed in action during World War II, was established in 1941. The clinic, which has the distinction of being the most historic military treatment facility in the Air Force&...

Chapter 17: Warrior Transition Battalion

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The Warrior Transition Battalion, or WTB, was created to provide personal support to wounded Soldiers who require at least six months of rehabilitative care and complex medical management. The Pacific Regional Medical Command WTB is stationed at Schofield Barracks, Hawaii. ...