Warrior Ohana Medical Home is accepting patient enrollment

| August 4, 2011 | 4 Comments
Care coordinators Divina Richardson (right) and Yolanda Richardson, both licensed practical nurses, manage the front desk at the Warrior Ohana Medical Home. (Photos by Aiko Brum | U.S. Army Garrison-Hawaii Public Affairs)

Care coordinators Divina Richardson (right) and Yolanda Richardson, both licensed practical nurses, manage the front desk at the Warrior Ohana Medical Home. (Photos by Aiko Brum | U.S. Army Garrison-Hawaii Public Affairs)

Tripler Army Medical Center
Public Affairs

HONOLULU — Tripler Army Medical Center’s Warrior Ohana Medical Home is up and running and now accepting enrollment.

The new center is a full service, primary-care clinic staffed with seven providers, including those who have completed fellowships in women’s health and sports medicine.

Services provided include prenatal/pregnancy care, pediatric care, immunizations, laboratory and blood work, pharmacy, osteopathic manipulation, behavioral health with a clinical psychologist and a wide range of procedures.

The clinic serves a whole spectrum of age groups for family members of active duty personnel of all branches of the military.

The Warrior Ohana Medical Home provides access to quality, primary care right in the heart of Kalaeloa, the former Barbers Point Naval Air Station.

The Warrior Ohana Medical Home provides access to quality, primary care right in the heart of Kalaeloa, the former Barbers Point Naval Air Station.

The clinic is open Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m, at the former Barbers Point Naval Air Station in Kalaeloa, located at 91-1010 Shangrila St., Ste. 100.

To make an appointment or for any questions, family members or sponsors may call 433-5401/5402.

To enroll, family members can visit the nearest Tricare Service Center at TAMC’s Tricare Service Center, 1st Floor, Oceanside, or at Schofield Barracks, Army Health Clinic, Building 676, Room 217.

The service centers are open Monday-Friday, 7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Family members should bring military ID. For questions regarding enrollment, contact (888) 874-9378.

Directions

•From H1 at Kalaeloa, take Fort Barrette Road to Roosevelt Avenue intersection and then proceed straight, past Hawaii Army National Guard sign, along Enterprise Street, and turn right at Shangrila Street. Clinic is toward end of Shangrila.

•Access is also possible from Roosevelt Avenue, to Lexington Street, and then turn left.

 

 

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  1. Nanette Dorner says:

    How do I go about registering at Tripler Clinic at Barbers Point? I live in Kapolei and going to the clinic at Barbers Point would be a lot easier than to have to drive to Tripler.
    Thank you
    Nanette Dorner

  2. Everilda Biluan says:

    I would like to be on a relay health, how can I start?

    Thank you,
    Eve

    • haw says:

      Hello, Everilda — You should contact the Warrior Ohana Medical Home or your primary care manager. Call (808) 433-5420. -HAW Staff

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