Tripler Army Medical Center
Honolulu, HI 96819, USA

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TRIPLER ARMY MEDICAL CENTER

Tripler Army Medical Center is the only federal tertiary care hospital in the Pacific Basin. It supports 264,000 local active-duty and retired military personnel, their families and veteran beneficiaries. In addition, the referral population includes 171,000 military personnel, family members, veteran beneficiaries, residents of nine United States-affiliated jurisdictions (American Samoa,

PLANNING YOUR MOVE

Temporary Lodging Temporary lodging accommodations for government, active-duty military and retired military are offered by IHG Army Hotels. On-post hotel accommodations are available at both Tripler Army Medical Center and the Fort Shafter DVQ (less than a mile from Tripler Army Medical Center). IHG Army Hotels’ mission is to provide

HOUSING

Island Palm Communities — South Regional Leasing Office 111 Seventh St. Honolulu, HI 96819 808-275-3800 Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Island Palm Communities serves Army installations on the island of Oahu, including Tripler Army Medical Center. IPC offers a great on-post living experience to families from

MEDICAL AND DENTAL SERVICES

If you and your family are moving to Hawaii, work with your health care provider, whether it’s TRICARE (service members and their families) or another provider (Department of the Army civilians and their families), before you arrive to ensure a seamless transition in care. Civilians For TRICARE self-service options, visit

FAMILY SERVICES

Family and MWR Hawaii is a valuable resource guide to family services for the soldiers, family members, retirees and DOD civilians stationed with the Army in Hawaii. For more information about special events, entertainment, dining, recreation, ongoing programs and support services, go to: https://hawaii.armymwr.com/pacific/hawaii www.facebook.com/fmwr.hawaii https://twitter.com/FMWRArmyHawaii www.youtube.com/mwrarmyhawaii www.flickr.com/himwr www.pinterest.com/fmwrhawaii Tripler

DINING

The Tripler Army Medical Center dining facility (Anuenue Cafe) is on the first floor of B-Wing and serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. Grab-and-go service as well as after-hours food service for night shift staff is available. American Eatery is on the first floor of C-Wing. There is also a Blind

RECREATION

Tripler Army Medical Center is just north of Fort Shafter. See the Fort Shafter recreation chapter. Fitness Center The Tripler Army Medical Center physical fitness center offers a full complement of equipment that supports cardiovascular strength and endurance, weight training and circuit training. The center also features basketball courts and

HISTORY

Tripler Army Medical Center The origins of Tripler Army Medical Center date to 1907, when several wooden structures at Fort Shafter were used as a hospital. The facility was named in honor of Brevet Brig. Gen. Charles Stuart Tripler in 1920 as a reminder of his contributions to Army medicine

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