Soldier at an eye appointment

The U.S. Army's Regional Health Command-Pacific provides medical and dental care for active and retired military personnel and their eligible family members on Oahu.

Are you a Department of the Army civilian stationed in Hawaii? Your health care is covered by whichever company you chose when starting your job. Refer to your health care company's website for more information or clinic locations, or review your health care options at the Army Benefits Center.

Tripler Army Medical Center in Honolulu offers a broad range of medical and surgical specialties, such as internal medicine, dermatology, pediatrics, general surgery, orthopedics, psychiatry, OB-GYN, behavioral health, diet and nutrition, physical therapy, occupational therapy, social work, optometry, audiology, podiatry, and community and occupational health.

The Emergency Room at Tripler operates 24/7 for emergencies. In addition to their emergency service, there is a Department of Defense medical facility with an acute care clinic located at each of the major military installations on Oahu.

Marine Corps Base Hawaii-Kaneohe Bay, Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam and Schofield Barracks each have an acute care clinic available to see most minor emergencies. Because the Tripler emergency room is a referral center, they encourage all of their beneficiaries to utilize their primary care manager as their first means of medical care for non-urgent medical issues.

For routine or minor ailments, treatment should be sought by appointment through the Troop and Family Medical Care Clinic during normal operating hours.