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Interservice Physician Assistant Program
Interservice Physician Assistant Program
"From the line, For the Line"

It is with great pleasure to welcome you to the Phase 2 Physician Assistant training site in the beautiful state of Hawaii. IPAP trains military physician assistants to focus on becoming some of the best clinicians and honoring our service members, veterans and family members with compassionate, world-class healthcare.

We do this by consistently bringing value and inspiring students with valuable training among our military forces. The IPAP prides itself on its commitment to the students training with both didactic and clinical experiences. We will enable and ensure your success as a commissioned officer in the U.S. Army Medical Specialist Corps by providing you training in your areas of responsibility as an officer and as a clinician. The depth of education and experience you will obtain is broad and the experiences will come from all the military forces the United States has to offer.

Please explore our site as it obtains important information for those interested or who will be attending training here at Tripler Army Medical center in the great state of Hawaii.

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The staff at TAMC is committed to your training and developing you to be a competent health care provider, PA, and officer. You will be challenged while here, both mentally and physically. We are not training you to be a PA in a Battalion Aid Station (BAS); we are training you to be a PA for life. The Army program is much different from civilian PA schools and the expectations of an Army PA are much higher. We will prepare you for the challenges to come. You must prepare yourself, study, and be on your toes at all times. Any student who is not motivated to do their part or complete the mission will find it hard to succeed.

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