Tripler, DOE, Queens collaboration enables more behavioral health services for children
Photo Credit: Stephanie Bryant, Tripler Army Medical Center Public Affairs
WAHIAWA, Hawaii " Sen. Daniel Inouye; Col. J. Anson Smith, acting commander, Pacific Regional Medical Command, and chief of staff, Tripler Army Medical Center; Kathryn Matayoshi, superintendent, State of Hawaii Department of Education; and Arthur Ushijima, president and chief executive officer, The Queen's Health Systems and president, The Queen's Medical Center, speak after a dedication ceremony of Wahiawa Elementary School's new school-based behavioral health building, Aug. 22, held here. Tripler partnered with DOE and Queen's to expand behavioral health services available for children in Hawaii. This is the first time in Army Medicine a behavioral health partnership has gone outside the gate and is paving the way for future partnerships within the local community.
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