Army Health Clinic


The Kadena ARMY Health Clinic is a Patient-Centered Medical Home to more than 650 Active duty Soldiers in Team Kadena. The clinic's staff of 1 Battalion PA and 4 U.S. Army medics performs more than 3,000 medical visits, annually. In keeping with the Medical Home model of maintaining patients with their primary care provider, every effort is made to have each 1-1 ADA active duty Soldier that is empanelled to 18th Medical Group see the Army PA, CPT Jason Sharp, for their personal primary medical care.  Care is available by appointment only, or on a case-by-case walk in basis.

ARMY Sick Call

Army sick call is a process used to triage all patients, for appropriate appointment placement. If you have any acute medical needs, you will show up to BLDG # 138 ARMY Barracks (Across from Marshall DFAC) from 0530-0600 for triaging. An acute medical issue is any medical issue that is non-emergent, and requires evaluation within the 72 hours. Acute appointments will be booked within 72hrs, depending on your medical issue and availability of appointments.


Emergencies on Okinawa
The 18th Medical Group is home to PACAF's largest ambulatory clinic, but cannot not provide emergency care. Please utilize the resources below if you are in need of medical attention after normal operating hours or require emergency or life-saving care.

For Medical Emergencies on Kadena Air Base:
Landline Telephone (On Base): 911
Cell Phone: 098-934-5911

Normal duty hours for the Army Clinic are 0700-1130 and 1300-1630 Monday-Friday, except for Army holidays and standard training holidays. If you need to speak to an Army Clinic representative, and it is NOT an emergency, please dial 630-4537, 3044, or 098-960-4537/3044 (cell). We have personnel during duty hours to help you with your concerns and provide guidance, depending on your need.

Telephone Consults:
The fastest way to start a telephone consult is to show up to BLDG 138 Sick call from 0530-0600 Monday to Friday.
Telephone consults often provide a bridge between the provider, nurse, and assigned patients. A telephone consult is often done when a patient's concern can be addressed by a nurse, through consultation with a provider, when an appointment is not absolutely necessary. Please keep in mind, telephone consults my ultimately require a patient appointment for treatment. Also note, nurses or providers have 72 hours to answer all submitted telephone consultations.

Care Categories:
The 1-1 ADA Army Health Clinic has a dedicated active duty sick call process, which is Monday through Friday 0530-0600. All appointments are scheduled through the 1-1 ADA Army Clinic appointment line 630-4537/3044 for ARMY active duty Soldiers, if not scheduled during Sick Call. Appointments may be scheduled by dialing 630-4537/3044. Patients may be seen on an acute basis (within 24-72 hours access standard), routine basis (within 7 day access standard), wellness basis (within 30 day access standard) and follow-up or established basis (within 30 day access standard). Follow-up appointments with a provider are booked under the established access to care category.

TRICARE Online TRICARE Online features secure access to beneficiary appointments, prescriptions, and personal health data. To register go to click on the "Register Now on TOL" link located under the Login area on the Home page. From there, follow the instructions to complete your account registration.

Mandatory Call-in Refills:
 Prescriptions called in before 1600 should be ready for pick-up the next duty day after 1000
643-1111 (On Base) -- Option 1, then Option2
098-911-5111 (Cell Phone) -- Wait for dial tone then dial 643-1111, Option 1, then Option 2

If your phone just rings and the system does not answer, all lines may be full. Please try again later. If you continue to have difficulty, please call us at 630-4368 
Thank you for your continued support as we try to better serve you!

Army links
To check on your medical readiness is under medical readiness option on the right portion of the AKO homepage.

For MEDPROS (Medical Protections System) questions issues or concerns you can call 630-4537, and 3044 for assistance with your questions.

Updated 15 December 2015