E Komo Mai (Welcome) to Naval Health Clinic Hawaii (NHCH) where your health and readiness are our focus
NHCH is comprised of two large clinics, Makalapa at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam (JBPHH) and Kaneohe Bay at Marine Corps Base Hawaii. Other smaller clinics are located at Camp H.M. Smith, Wahiawa, and Barking Sands on the island of Kauai. Of note, the headquarters for NHCH is not co-located with the clinics, but resides in Bldg 1750 at 480 Central Avenue adjacent to the Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard. Preventive Medicine, Industrial Hygiene and Occupational Health Services are provided at this site, which is also known as the Shipyard Clinic.
Naval Health Clinic Hawaii
480 Central Ave
JBPHH, HI 96860-4908
Phone: 808.473.1880, ext. 92210
DSN: 314.473.1880, ext. 92210
For the street address of a clinic, please click on the name of the clinic.
Influenza (Flu) Vaccination. Protect yourself and those around you - Get a flu vaccine!
NHC Hawaii offers the flu vaccination to all eligible DoD beneficiaries on a walk-in basis. Hawaii Joint Services Influenza Brochure
Zika Virus Infection. Visit the Navy and Marine Corps Public Health Center Zika virus webpage or the CDC Zika virus webpage: http://www.cdc.gov/zika/index.html
**ePHA Guidance for April**
- Pearl Harbor Tuesday walk-ins from 0730-0930 (max 15
patients) until the end of April
-Pearl Harbor Friday walk-ins from 0730-0930 (max 30
-K-Bay Friday walk-ins from 0730-0930
-Wahiawa patients can now be scheduled for their PHA at
the Wahiawa Clinic
For patient's to utilize the PHA walk-in services, they
must have received email confirmation that their PHAs have already been
reviewed. For steps on how to complete the electronic PHA please see visit: Instructions to Complete ePHA (if the site does not load the page, please copy and paste the link into a search engine).
For safety, patients are advised not arrive any earlier
To reduce the PHA surge during PRT season, we recommend
all service memberscomplete their PHA in their birthmonth.
NHC Hawaii's Health Promotion department has the resources to help you be healthy. For more information, call 471-2280.
Tobacco-Free Living and the new Hawaii State Law
In Hawaii, the minimum age to purchase, possess, or consume a tobacco product is 21 years of age. It is also illegal to sell or furnish a tobacco product in any shape or form to anyone under 21.
Tobacco cessation is a priority of the Department of the Navy, critical to the health, fitness, wellbeing, and readiness of Navy-Marine Corps personnel. The Health Promotion Department offers tobacco cessation programs to all eligible beneficiaries.
New Appointment Line Number. To make an appointment over the phone please call the Hawaii Military Healthcare System Centralized Call Center, at 888.MTF.APPT (888.683.2778), open Monday-Friday from 0630 to 1600; closed weekends and federal holidays.
Joint Outpatient Experience Survey (JOES). Tell us about your patient experience by completing your JOES when you recieve it.
TRICARE Nurse Advice Line available 24/7 for Hawaii beneficiaries
TRICARE Changes. TRICARE Service Centers (TSC) are no longer a walk-in service at medical treatment facilities. For more information please visit online (using links below) or by call the Health Net Federal Services customer service line (West Region) at 1-844-866-9378.
Health Net Federal Services | TRICARE-West
“Your care -- Your choice!” Eligible non-active duty beneficiaries may enroll into TRICARE Prime at any Hawaii Military Treatment Facility.