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Clinic Hours of Operation Tripler Army Medical Center Immunization Walk-In Hours
Monday thru Friday 1 Jarrett White Road Monday thru Friday
8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Tripler AMC, Hawaii 96789 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

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School and Sports Physical Examinations

Ages and Stages Questionnaires (ASQ-3)

Immunizations

Need to schedule an appointment?
433-6697

Option 1—Receive Medical Advice 24 hours a day by calling the Nurse Advise Line.

Option 2— Schedule a same day or future appointment for your child.

If you need to talk to your Team Lead Nurse

Option 3— Team Kika

Option 4— Team Honu

Option 5— Team Adolescent & Young Adult Team


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Staff Physicians

COL Kynion

COL Tullberg

MAJ Woods

Dr. Van

Resident Physicians

CPT Cole

CPT Filan

CPT Osten

CPT Welsh

CPT Dahlin

CPT Romanelli

CPT Stevens

CPT Aguilar

CPT Ngo

CPT Oh

CPT Schilling

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Staff Physicians

COL Greene

COL Carroll

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Staff Physicians

MAJ Arora

Dr. Baik

Dr. Miyashiro

Dr. Oberholzer

Resident Physicians

CPT Belling

CPT Fakhori

CPT Hill

CPT Redd

CPT Anisowicz

CPT Harvey

CPT Jaegar

CPT Myaeng

CPT Agatep

CPT Chooey

CPT Harrell

CPT Heilmann

Pediatric, Adolescent &
Young Adult Medical Home

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The Pediatric Clinic is located on the 4th floor Mountainside of Tripler Army Medical Center. When you enter on mountainside you are on the 4th floor and Pediatrics is down the hallway to the right of the information desk.



Pediatric Clinic Map



What if I need emergency care?

An emergency is a sudden and unexpected medical condition, or the worsening of a condition, which poses a threat to life, limb or sight, and requires immediate treatment. It can also be defined as a sudden, extremely painful condition which requires immediate treatment to alleviate suffering. You have a couple different options for Urgent/Emergency Care when needed, when there are no appointments available with you PCMH Team and you have a issue that needs to be seen that day

If you need emergency care, go directly to the emergency room at the nearest hospital, or call 911.

Hours of Operation
Daily 7 a.m.-6:30 p.m.
Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas Day

CLINIC LOCATION
The Acute Care Clinic is located on the first floor of Building 684 of the Schofield Barracks Health Clinic.
Access is via the ACC front door facing Waianae Avenue.

TELEPHONE NUMBER
Reception Desk     433-8850
http://www.tamc.amedd.army.mil/sbhc/docs/sh36.pdf

What’s different about a medical home?

Each patient partners with a primary care clinician and nurses who take responsibility for your health and coordinate care with an extended team of behavioral health professionals, pharmacists, subspecialists and others. Your core team works with you over time to take care of new health concerns as they arise, ensure delivery of preventive screening and services, manage chronic health problems, and promote a spirit of health and wellness. This relationship – between each patient and his or her health care team is the heart of the Medical Home.

Enhanced role of Nursing

When you do come in for a visit, you will notice that your nurse plays a greater role than you might be used to. Your nurse will spend more time listening to your concerns, help you communicate those concerns to your doctor, and then make sure that you understand the care plan and that all of your questions are answered.

Your Responsibilities

In the Patient Centered Medical Home, you share responsibility for your health. We encourage you to take an active role in your care by asking questions, participating in the decisions that affect you and your family’s health, and proactively communicating with your team when you receive care outside of your Medical Home. To that end, we will go the extra mile to ensure that when you need care, you get care from your own health care team - the doctor, nurses and support team who know you and your family well.

How to Prepare for an Encounter

  • Make a list of questions you would like to ask your healthcare team. Put the questions that are most important to you at the top of the list.


  • If you wish, ask a family member or trusted friend to come to your appointment with you.


  • Make a list of healthcare providers you visited outside of our Medical Home Clinic. Write down their names, addresses, phone numbers, and the reasons you visited them. This will help your healthcare team better coordinate all of your care.


  • Maintain a list of your current medications. Be sure to include prescription, over-the-counter, natural, and herbal medicines and vitamins.


  • If you have insurance in addition to Tricare, bring your insurance card or other insurance information with you to your appointment.


Appointment Availability

In your Patient Centered Medical Home, we make every effort to ensure you get an appointment when you want. We strive to provide same day access with your health care team so that you won’t have to rely on an urgent care center or the emergency room for your primary care.

Studies show that when you receive care from the same health care team overtime, you reduce hospitalizations and unnecessary lab tests, imaging studies, and prescriptions.

Access Options

As part of our commitment to improved access, our Patient Centered Medical Home offers a broader range of access options. In addition to the traditional face-to-face office visit, we also offer:

Secure web-based communication with your healthcare team through RelayHealth, including:


- Private Secure internet Messaging
- Request medication renewals
- Request appointments
- Request referrals
- Receive test/laboratory results
- Access valuable health information online
- Structured electronic webVisit with your PCM

Our Clinic Access Nurses are available to provide advice and help coordinate your care Monday through Friday from 7:00 am- 4:00 pm

  • After clinic hours you may speak with our on call physician for any immediate questions or concerns, 808-433-6697, Ext 6


  • Behavioral Health specialist (Psychologist), Clinical Pharmacist, Pediatric Nutritionist are part of our team and available daily



How to Join

Enrollment is currently offered to TRICARE Prime Dependents, from
birth to 26 years old

If you would like to enroll:
Please call United Healthcare at
1-877-988-9378


Patient Information


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  • Online consultations with clinically-structured questionnaires


  • Requests for appointments and referrals


  • Messages to primary caregiver or office staff


  • Viewing of test results released by the physician


  • Self-service access to the patient health records (PHRs)


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Tripler Army Medical Center Useful Phone Numbers and Websites
Central Appointments: (808) 433-2778, Option 1-1
Medication Refills: (808) 433-6962
Valet Service is available 0730 a.m. - 4 p.m. - Mountainside - $5 (808) 343-7307
The Tripler Trolley (808) 433-1200
Armed Services YMCA Child Waiting Room: (808) 433-3270
United Health Care for Military and Veterans: (877) 988-9378
Hawaii Referral Center: (808) 433-2262
Medicare: (800) 633-4227
TAMC: https://www.tamc.amedd.army.mil/
Tricare on Line (TOL): https://www.tricareonline.com/
Relay Health https://www.relayhealth.com/
United Health Care https://www.uhcmilitarywest.com/
Medicare https://www.medicare.gov/
Nurse Advice Line: 24 hours a day, 7 days a week 1 800 TRI-CARE (1 800 874-2273)


Useful Information
Imbedded Behavioral Health Services
Kids Eat Right Information
Nurse Case Manager Pamphlet
Patient Centered Medical Home Pamphlet
Patient Parking and Trolley Map
RelayHealth Enrollment Step-by-Step Instructions
TAMC Patients’ Rights and Responsibilities
TAMC Pharmacy Pamphlet
Tricare Online Overview
What is ePARS?


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Read Out and Read Additional Information

Reach Out and Read is working toward the day when all children enter kindergarten supported by highly engaged parents, ready to learn, and prepared to excel. Fewer than half (48 percent) of young children in the United States are read to daily. Proficiency in reading by the end of third grade is a crucial marker in a child's education development. A stunning 66 percent of fourth graders in public school were reading below proficient levels in 2013.

Books at home, parents reading aloud, and early language skills have long demonstrated to be vital precursors to later success in learning to read. Children living in low-income families are exposed to a much less language rich environment than their more affluent peers.

The program begins at the 6-month checkup and continues through age 5, with a special emphasis on children growing up in low-income families, where children are most at risk for reading failure. Every child in the program enters kindergarten with a home library of at least 10 books and parents who understand the importance of reading aloud.

THE ANNUAL IMPACT:
4 MILLION children served. 6.5 MILLION books distributed.
20 THOUSAND medical providers. 5 THOUSAND program sites. 50 states and D.C.


School and Sports Physical Exam's

Please inform the person scheduling your appointment that you are needing a School and or Sports Physical so that your appointment can be scheduled appropriately. The required forms that need to be completed can be found by clicking on the links below. This will allow you to have the forms filled out prior to your appointment to ensure that your scheduled appointment is completed in a timely manner.

Please turn in your completed forms at the front desk when you arrive for your appointment. This will allow our front desk and nursing staff to start the paperwork for your physicians" So often, our parents hold on to their forms until the end of the appt and then say....oh by the way.. I have a form. COMPLETELY UNFILLED OUT.


Child, Youth and School Services Physical Form
Hawaii Department of Education Student Health Record FORM 14
Hawaii Department of Education Physical Examination for Athletes Form
Early Childhood Pre-K Health Record Supplement
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Ages and Stages Questionnaire logo Ages and Stages Questionnaires (ASQ-3)
The Ages & Stages Questionnaires®, Third Edition (ASQ-3™) pinpoints developmental progress in children between the ages of one month to 5 ½ years. Its success lies in its parent-centric approach and inherent ease-of-use—a combination that has made it the most widely used developmental screener across the globe.

Evidence shows that the earlier development is assessed—the greater the chance a child has to reach his or her potential. Learn more about ASQ-3.

“Developmental screenings should be a part of every well-baby visit. Screenings provide a quick and simple way to monitor a child’s healthy development. The earlier a developmental delay or disorder is detected, the better the prognosis for the child.”
- Robert H. Wharton, M.D., Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrician


To complete the appropriate ASQ-3 please select the age of your child from below and print out the ASQ and bring the completed forms to your scheduled appointment. This will help us decrease the duration of your appointment and allow the TAMC Pediatrics Ohana provide an even more enjoyable experience during your ohana’s visit.

2 Months old 4 Months old 6 Months old 8 Months old
9 Months old 12 Months old 14 Months old 16 Months old
18 Months old 20 Months old 22 Months old 24 Months old
27 Months old 30 Months old 33 Months old 36 Months old
48 Months old 54 Months old 60 Months old  

ASQ Frequently Asked Questions


Immunizations
Immunization Walk-In Hours
Monday thru Friday
8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Pediatric Clinical Room

Pedicatri Clinic Worker


Vaccine Chart

Vaccine Information Sheets
Haemophilus Influenzae type b (Hib)
Diptheria, Tetanus and Pertussis (DTP)
Measles/Mumps/Rubella (MMR)
Polio
Rotavirus
Varicella (Chickenpox)
Hepatitis A (HepA)
Hepatitis B (HepB)
Meningococcal
Pneumococcal

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