HSWL RP Kodiak
Mission of the U.S. Coast Guard Health Services
Program The mission of the Coast Guard Health Services
Program is to provide health care to active duty and reserve members in
support of Coast Guard missions, to ensure the medical and dental readiness
of all Coast Guard members to maintain ability for world-wide deployment and
to ensure the availability of quality, cost-effective health care for all
Mission of the U.S. Coast Guard Health Services Program
The mission of the Coast Guard Health Services Program is to provide health care to active duty and reserve members in support of Coast Guard missions, to ensure the medical and dental readiness of all Coast Guard members to maintain ability for world-wide deployment and to ensure the availability of quality, cost-effective health care for all eligible beneficiaries.
Clinic Phone Numbers: 487-5757 x
After Hours: (907)942-4214
(Urgent situations for Active Duty Personnel)
**After Hours for Dependents, call 911**
Medical Appointments: 149
Front Desk: 127
Medical Records: 180
Dental Appointments: 115 / 152
Laboratory: 154 / 156
Physical Therapy: 144
Physical Exams: 134, 137
Off-Island Care: 119
HSCS Fly – Independent Duty HS Coordinator: 142
HSC Julie Tierney – Clinic Supervisor: 109
CWO Tim Estes – Clinic Administrator: 107
TRIWEST Service Center: 1-888-TRIWEST
Emergency/Ambulance: Call 911
Emergency Services: The BSU Kodiak Fire Department provides 24-hour emergency medical response for the Coast Guard base and housing area. The Rockmore-King Clinic does not have an "emergency room"; if you need emergency medical care, dial 911. Patients requiring ambulance emergency service will be taken to Providence Kodiak Island Medical Center emergency room via the City of Kodiak Ambulance Service.
Check-In/Out Process at the clinic: If you are new to the area or are departing Kodiak you should attend one of our scheduled check-in or check-out briefings to ensure that you know your benefits whether you are settling in Kodiak or are hitting the road to your new duty station. Checking-in to a new unit is a busy time and we want to ensure that all newcomers are briefed on all the great benefits you are entitled to through the Rockmore-King Clinic.
Check-In Briefings: Tuesdays at 0900 and Thursdays at 1330;
Check-Out Briefings: Tuesdays at 1330 and Thursdays at 0900.
** Please ensure to bring your health records and command check-in/out sheets; family members are always welcome. This schedule is in effect May through September each transfer season. Personnel reporting / departing Kodiak October through April may call 487-5757 x 149 for an appointment.
Did you know? The Rockmore-King Clinic is named in memoriam for a U.S. Public Health Service Flight Surgeon, CDR David M. Rockmore, and HS3 Ralph D. King, USCG who tragically perished with 4 other Coast Guardsmen on 02 November 1986. On this night, the crew of HH-3F Pelican #1473 bravely responded to an urgent MEDEVAC request from the village of Akhiok for a boy with a serious head injury. It is believed that while circumnavigating Ugak Island they encountered unexpected weather in the form of heavy winds and rain. The aircraft impacted a high cliff and fell to the beach below killing all aboard. The Rockmore-King Clinic is one of two Coast Guard clinics named after medical personnel killed in fatal aircraft mishaps; Air Station Cape Cod’s HM2 Bruce Kaehler Memorial Clinic is the other.
Coast Guard SUPRT (Employee Assistance Program):
The CG SUPRT Program provides confidential professional counseling, education, and referral services to you and your family members. Help is available for issues such as marital and family problems, drug abuse, depression and anxiety, work/life balance, work-related concerns and career issues. Confidential help is available 24 hours a day.