Chapter 1: Pacific Regional Medical Command
Updated On: 3/27/2013 1:52:02 PM
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 Clinic-Schofield Barracks in Hawaii) to better enable those medical facilities to provide a system of health that is not only the best quality healthcare, but also is the most cost effective possible, for all authorized beneficiaries within the PRMC area of responsibility.
PRMC’s headquarters is co-located at Tripler Army Medical Center on the island of Oahu, Hawaii.
Tripler Army Medical Center
1 Jarrett White Road
Honolulu, HI 96859-5000
Telephone (808) 433-6661
Culture of Trust
PRMC is committed to creating and sustaining a Culture of Trust that permeates our medical facilities in all interactions between the staff and our patients/families that we proudly serve.
Patients and families who visit a PRMC medical treatment facility can TRUST that every member of our staff is completely focused on providing them with the best, most effective and efficient healthcare possible.
Our patients and their families can TRUST that our healthcare team is devoted to sustaining a system of health that will best meet their healthcare needs to ensure optimal outcome.
Our patients and their families can TRUST that we will be there to support and serve them with a system of health that is second to none.
PRMC CLINOPS consists of military and civilian experts in the areas of Clinic Management, Patient Administration, Preventive Medicine, Tricare, Nursing Care, Behavioral Health, Telehealth, and Quality Health Services. PRMC CLINOPS provides regional oversight to all PRMC military medical treatment facilities to assist them with the operational and strategic requirements that impact on the system of health they provide everyday in caring for their patients.
How to Use This Guide
This guide has been organized to especially help service members and families new to the Pacific region quickly find needed information. The guide has been divided into 17 chapters. Chapter headings are printed at the top of pages so you can thumb through the pages to the chapter you are looking for. The opening page of each chapter is headed by an emblem, logo or distinctive unit insignia related to the chapter.