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Hawaii Military Health System


The Hawaii eMSM is an integration of the Army, Navy and Air Force military healthcare resources located throughout the Hawaii Military Health System (MHS) to ensure beneficiaries experience a patient-centered integrated health care system.  The larger military treatment facilities within the Hawaii MHS are: Tripler Army Medical Center, 15th Medical Group, Schofield Barracks Army Health Clinic, Soldier-Centered Medical Home at Schofield Barracks, Warrior Ohana Medical Home, Naval Health Clinic Hawaii, Naval Branch Health Clinics in Wahiawa and Camp Smith, and Marine Corps Branch Medical Clinic at Kaneohe Bay.  The Hawaii MHS also partners with the VA Pacific Islands Health Care System and the HealthNet Federal Services (Managed Care Support Contractor).

The Hawaii eMSM spans the 597 square miles of the third largest Hawaiian island, Oahu which consists of 152K eligible beneficiaries.

Hawaii Nurse Advice Line

A typical day in the Hawaii MHS includes:

  • 6 Newborn Deliveries
  • 7,024 Outpatient Visits
  • 7,252 Laboratory Services
  • 5,152 Pharmacy Prescriptions
  • 1,883 Dental Procedures
  • 1,307 Radiology Services
  • 134 Inpatient Occupied Beds
  • 53 Inpatient Dispositions
  • 45 Same Day Surgeries
  • 10 Inpatient Surgeries

Source: M2 Data, FY19 FM9, as of Jun2019

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