The healthcare industry is one of the best industries to work in because the demand for people keeps growing. Tac P sounds fun and exciting but you sound like you are already fed up with military life.
Have you had any college education yet - coursework or degrees? You will want a college degree to be successful in a 'career.' There are lots of jobs where you don't need a degree, but those are jobs and not careers. Nursing, Lab Tech, Radiology Technician, Therapist, etc. are all great careers and pay well but to advance you need a degree. Any interest in Information Technology - that is a big career field within Healthcare too.
A local community college is a great resource - go talk to them about career guidance and education plans. Some larger hospitals sponsor training for certain technical fields within Healthcare. Like radiology technicians.
"I don't like it,lots and lots of paper work,forget to dot an I or cross a T and you get bitched at." This was your statement. Any decent job with good pay is going to expect you to follow the rules and have good quality of work. Mistakes cost money or delays, and mistakes in Healthcare affect real people. Get used to the idea of becoming an expert in whatever you plan to do and tell yourself that dotting your I's and crossing your T's is how you will do you job better than the next guy.