FORT HUACHUCA, Ariz. - The Raymond W. Bliss Army Health Center (RWBAHC) team and the Defense Health Agency are proud to announce the launch of the brand new RWBAHC website! This new website can be found at and contains many new features that will help provide better services to RWBAHC beneficiaries.

“Standardizing military hospital and clinic websites will help our patients across the Military Health System to access all of the information they need to manage their health care and their TRICARE benefit,” said U.S. Army Lt. Gen. Ronald Place, DHA director. “This change will make it easier for our service members, retirees, and families to find the information they need to navigate and access health care information. As our service members and families move across the country and around the world, having a standard website will be one less thing they will have to learn at their new location.”

All military hospitals and clinic websites will move to the same platform. This means you will have the same, high quality web services wherever you are around the world. Are you planning to move or going through a permanent change of station (PCS)? The standard website layout and features will make your transition easier. You won’t have to learn a new site after you PCS.

The new website is modern and user-friendly. It’s designed to make information faster and easier to find. And it includes tools and widgets to help you.

Improved Website Features

Using the new, local military treatment facility’s (MTF) website will be easier. Key features include:

·        Standard look and feel

·        Ease of Navigation

·        Up-to-date healthcare information

·        Local Health services

·        Central TRICARE information

·        Easy to find data on quality, patient safety and access

As a one-stop-shop, you can easily get from your local MTF website to the TRICARE website. You can access health and benefit information and updates at your local level and the national level.

To learn more about the website transitions, visit