We maximize readiness through One Health.

U.S. Army Public Health Command-Pacific is a direct-reporting unit of Regional Health Command-Pacific, the Army's most geographically dispersed medical command. Headquartered in Honolulu, Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Wash., and Camp Zama, Japan, PHC-P provides comprehensive public health support to protect the force, promote health, and prevent disease and injury via preventive medicine strategies, veterinary services, and food defense operations throughout the Indo-Pacific region. 

We embrace the One Health approach to public health, which is the concept that health in animals, people, and the environment are interrelated.

PHC-P fully integrates the One Health concept and enables commanders to have medically ready forces, ensuring the health and wellbeing of all beneficiaries, strengthening community and strategic relationships, and establishing a medical force prepared to meet any challenge.


Public Health Command–Pacific enables readiness by providing forward stationed, geographically postured medical forces to conserve the fighting strength through the provision of force health protection and veterinary services to the Joint Force, Families, and beneficiaries throughout USINDOPACOM. 


Maximize readiness through One Health.


Our lines of efforts are the operating values of our organization that guide our approach to everything that we do.