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Tripler Directorate of Health Education and Training (DOHET) is a resource for all hospital education, training and staff development, excluding Graduate Medical Education. DOHET centralized a variety of educational programs into one convenient location.

Clinical rotation and practicum are limited to students enrolled in formal education and training programs at an accredited school or institution.

An affiliation agreement must be in place between Tripler and the student's school or institution before the student may train at TAMC.

Department should check with the Graduate Medical Education office to ensure that an affiliation agreement is in effect or is established between Tripler and the student's school prior to start of training.

Training programs. Army medicine and civilian education both benefit from an exchange of information and clinical expertise. Training affiliation programs can improve this exchange, reflect favorably on military medicine, and encourage civilian health care providers to explore careers in the AMEDD. Training affiliation programs must serve the best interest of the Army and must not detract from the medical mission of the Army medical facility or the education and training needs of AMEDD personnel. Special programs for the sole benefit of the education institution or its trainees will not be established. Any work benefits derived are incidental to training.

DOHET manages and coordinates activities that promote the readiness level and provides educational opportunities for the Pacific Regional Medical Command that includes:

  • Life Support Classes: BLS, ACLS, NRP and PALS; (808) 433-2923

  • Graduate Program in Anesthesia Nursing; (808) 433-4707/2132

  • Staff Development, Orientation and Mandatory Annual Training; (808) 433-7958

  • Nursing Education (Courses, Contact Hours, etc.); (808) 433-3884/4226/2915

  • Readiness Medical Training for Medics, EMTs, Medical Proficiency Training (MPT) and Pre-Hospital Trauma; (808) 433-5204/7931

  • Medical Simulation Center; (808) 433-3092

  • Patient Education; (808) 433-2565/2176

In addition, to the above, the following is a list of non graduate medical education training available. Please contact the listed department to arrange for training at TAMC.

Patient Administration Division Medical Records Administration; Coding (808) 433-5397
Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Service Occupational Therapy (808) 433-6309/6287/6274
Physical Therapy (808) 433-6309/6287/6288
Department of Pathology and Area Laboratory Phlebotomy and Medical Technology (808) 433-5277
Department of Pharmacy Pharmacy (808) 433-2989
Emergency Department Interservice Physician Assistant Program (808) 433-3358
Department of Behavioral Health
    -- Psychology Post-Doctoral Fellowship (808) 433-2735
Post-Doctoral Fellowship Application Procedures
    Clinical Psychology Internship
    -- Social Work Service Social Work (808) 433-6606

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