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Kadena Medical Clinic

Kadena Air Force Base, Okinawa, Japan

Kadena Air Base is the hub of airpower in the Pacific, and home to the Air Force’s largest combat wing — the 18th Wing — and a variety of associate units. Together they form “Team Kadena” — a world-class combat team ready to fight and win from the Keystone of the Pacific. Kadena Air Base is home to the USAF’s 18th Wing, the 353d Special Operations Group, reconnaissance units, 1st Battalion, 1st Air Defence Artillery, and a variety of associated units. Over 20,000 American service members, family members, and Japanese employees live or work aboard Kadena Air Base

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kadena_Air_Base
http://www.kadena.af.mil/kadenamedicalclinic/

Details

Kadena Medical Clinic-18th Medical Group provides care on an out-patient basis only. In-patient care is provided at the U.S. Naval Hospital on Camp Lester, about 15 minutes away. Camp Lester’s U.S. Naval Hospital is a 104-bed inpatient facility equipped with emergency and obstetrical services. The hospital staff numbers more than 1,000 and includes most medical specialties.
The following services/clinics are located at Kadena:
Dental Clinic
Family Health Clinic
Family Advocacy / ADAPT
Flight Medicine Clinic
Health & Wellness Center (HAWC)
Immunizations Clinic
Laboratory
Mental Health Clinic
Optometry Clinic
Pediatric Health Clinic
Public Health Clinic
Radiology / Imaging
Women’s Health Clinic
Medical Management
Disease Management
Case Management
Utilization Management
Exceptional Family Member Program

NES currently staffs a Clinical Psychologist, a Psychiatric Nurse, and a Deployment Related Health Assessment Specialist (NP) at this location.

Benefits:

-paid relocation
-tax free income, first $97,000
-Logistical support
-clinic hours-no nights, weekends or holidays

What’s to love:
Long a popular destination for Japanese travelers looking for a relaxing beach break, Okinawa is gaining international popularity. Coral reefs provide great snorkeling and diving spots, but if you prefer to see beautiful fish without getting wet, Okinawa also has a fine aquarium. The ancient forests around the city offer a chance to view rare flora and fauna.
The island of Okinawa is very small, 67 miles long and 2-17 miles wide. Don’t let that fool you, it can take hours to get places. Even though the distance between some of the bases is quite short, traffic can be heavy, the speed is slow, and the roads are very curvy which results in traffic jams and longer commutes.
There are 32 U.S. military bases located on Okinawa Island. In total, these bases occupy approximately 20% of the island’s area.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Okinawa_Island

Fun Facts
• Area: 877 sq miles (2,271 km²)
• Weather: Subtropical
• Capital: Naha
• Population: 1.423 million (Mar 31, 2012)
• Colleges and Universities: University of the Ryukyus,

Camp Casey Clinic

US Army Health Clinic, Camp Casey, USAMEDDAC- Korea

Camp Casey is a U.S. military base in Dongducheon, South Korea, 40 miles north of Seoul. Camp Casey was named in 1952 after Major Hugh Boyd Casey, who was killed in a plane crash near Camp Casey during the Korean War. Its primary mission is to act in concert with the Republic of Korea to deter aggression, and, should deterrence fail, to defend the ROK.

Camp Casey offers out-patient health services to active duty military personnel and their dependents. Services provided include Primary Care routine appointments, Sick Call, After Hours Clinic, and Extended Services

http://www.korea.amedd.army.mil/medical/Clinics/Casey.pdf

Details

Camp Casey Health Clinic Facts:
Camp Casey offers care on an out-patient basis only. All major medical problems are cared for at the Brian Allgood Army Medical Center in Seoul. Camp Case offers the following:
Primary Care
Behavioral Health
Optometry
Pharmacy
Laboratory
Physical Therapy
Pediatrics
Nutritionist
Prenatal Care

NES currently staffs a Clinical Psychologist position at this location.

Requirements:

-Doctorate degree in Clinical or Counseling Psychology
-Completion of an APA accredited internship
-Current license in any state, current BLS
-2 years experience in the practice of clinical psychology, preferably in a government setting
-Background Investigation

Benefits:

-paid relocation
-tax free income, first $97,000
-Logistical support
-clinic hours-no nights, weekends or holidays

What’s to love

http://www.globalsecurity.org/military/facility/camp-casey.htm

Fun Facts

Camp Casey offers the following recreational opportunities:
• Recreation Center
• 1st Brigade Super day rooms
• Library
• Golf Course
• Bowling Center
• Swimming Pool
• Outdoor Tennis/Basketball
• Officer Club
• NCO/Enlisted Club
• Gymnasiums (2)
• Arts & Crafts Center
• Mini Gyms (5)

National Parks and Resorts: Tobong, Soyo and Surak Mountains are all in the area, as is the Songdu Resort. Also, there are many parks, resorts, historical sites and entertainment areas in Korea. Because of the country’s size and excellent transportation system, all these sites are within a day’s travel from anywhere in the Division area. On-post tour and travel offices, Morale, Welfare and Recreation offices, and the USO offer regular excursions.