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TRICARE Regional Offices

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TRICARE Service Centers (TSCs) are face-to-face customer service outlets in overseas areas. They are an important resource whether seeking health care in a military hospital or clinic or from a local host nation provider in the surrounding community. Customer service representatives can answer your questions about eligibility, enrollment, claims processing, and more. If you're having difficulties visiting a TRICARE service center, you have t... more

Overview: TRICARE Regional Offices

TRICARE regional office map

Each TRICARE region is served by TRICARE offices which are staffed by beneficiary service representatives who can explain the different TRICARE options and help you choose the plan that suits you best. These offices can also provide: TRICARE benefits interpretation TRICARE Prime enrollment Primary care manager selection and changes Assistance with referrals and appointments to military treatment facilities (MTFs) Cla... more

3 FAQs on TRICARE Supplement Every Military Retiree Should Know


Approximately 5.29 million military retirees and family members worldwide are eligible for TRICARE health insurance. Of these, 2.55 million retirees are using TRICARE, 950,000 of which are using TRICARE Standard. While TRICARE Standard is a comprehensive insurance plan and allows for more flexible healthcare options, it does not cover every expense a military retiree may encounter. TRICARE Supplement insurance is a worthwhile investmen... more

TRICARE Maternity Care Options

(Note: The terms 'pregnancy', 'maternity', and 'care before, during and after childbirth' are used interchangeably to denote the period of time when a women first discovers she is pregnant through her six week postpartum and well baby checkup.) Expectant mothers who are TRICARE beneficiaries have a variety of choices for receiving health care services before, during, and after childbirth. The scope of these services and their associated costs... more

TRICARE Extended Care Health Option

On September 1, 2005, TRICARE's Extended Care Health Option (ECHO) replaced the existing TRICARE Program for Persons with Disabilities (PFPWD). Beneficiaries who still have authorization approvals for PFPWD can continue on those approvals until the expiration or services are requested and authorized under the ECHO program. The following is a summary of TRICARE's Extended Care Health Option: ECHO Overview ECHO Eligibility Cover... more

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