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Tripler Medical Army Medical Center

Hawaii Army Tripler Army Medical Center

Tripler Army Medical Center, in Honolulu on Moanalua Ridge, 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, Guam and the former trust territories) and forward-deployed forces in more than
40 countries throughout the Pacific.

TAMC is the home of the Regional Health Command-Pacific, one of six geographically based regional medical commands in U.S. Army Medical Command. In addition to Tripler, the Regional Health Command-Pacific includes 18th Medical Command (DS), 65th Medical Brigade (Korea), Bassett Army Community Hospital, Dental Health Command-Pacific, Madigan Army Medical Center, MEDDAC-Japan, Public Health Command-Pacific and U.S. Army Health Clinic – Schofield Barracks.

Visit Tripler Army Medical Center online at:

www.tamc.amedd.army.mil
www.army.mil/RHCPacific
www.fb.com/TriplerArmyMedicalCenter
https://twitter.com/TriplerAMC
www.flickr.com/TriplerAMC
https://vimeo.com/TriplerAMC

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