Regional Health Command Pacific

TAMC Simulation Center offers specialized 'operational medicine' course to residents, interns

Story by Leanne Thomas on 04/06/2018 HONOLULU - More than 20 graduating physician residents and transitional year interns at Tripler Army Medical Center, or TAMC, participated in the first iteration of "Simulation Training for Operational Medicine Providers," or STOMP course, Apr. 4, 2018, located at the TAMC Medical Simulation Center.
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RHC-P commander gets first-hand look at MEDEVAC mission

Story by Amy Parr on 04/06/2018 Brig. Gen. Bertram Providence, Regional Health Command-Pacific commander, got a first-hand look of the Paramedic Sustainment Training Program, a joint endeavor between Tripler Army Medical Center's Department of Health Education and Training and C Company 3-25 "DUSTOFF" MEDEVAC unit March 20. Providence, a former
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Hawaii-Area Chief Petty Officers Celebrate 125th Birthday

Story by PO2 Justin Pacheco on 04/04/2018 Hawaii-area chief petty officers (CPOs) and first class petty officers came together this week to take part in various pride and heritage events held to commemorate the 125th birthday of the United States Navy chief petty officer. This year's theme is "Strength i
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Celebrate Earth Day, spring and travel with FunFest

Story by Karen Iwamoto on 03/29/2018 SCHOFIELD BARRACKS Staff at the Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation were busy, last week, finishing up the details for Saturday's FunFest, including stuffing over 20,000 plastic Easter eggs with candy and toys for the estimated 4,500 expected participants. This annual festival,
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TAMC staff gain financial peace

Story by Leanne Thomas on 03/29/2018 HONOLULU (March 29, 2018) - At Tripler Army Medical Center, also known as TAMC, the Department of Ministry and Pastoral Care and the Alakai Chapter of the Sergeant Audie Murphy Club have partnered together to offer Financial Peace University to TAMC's most valuable asset:
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Advancements in technology change the way health care is delivered at the TAMC 'Cath Lab'

Story by Leanne Thomas on 03/21/2018 HONOLULU (March 20, 2018) - Developments in medical technology and recent equipment advancements have changed the way health care is delivered to patients at Tripler Army Medical Center's cardiac catheterization lab. Known as one of the most specialized areas of the hospital, the Tripler
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