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This healthcare treatment facility has earned the Gold Seal of Approval from The Joint Commission, a nationally recognized healthcare accreditation organization. Click the Gold Seal to see The Joint Commission's Quality Report for Landstuhl Regional Medical Center and its outlying health clinics in Germany, Belgium and Italy.

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In an effort to be as transparent as possible, This Army Health Clinic (U.S. Army Medical Department Activity-Bavaria), in coordination with the Military Health System, is voluntarily making several quality and safety measures public. For U.S. civilian healthcare systems, participation is voluntary. Therefore you might not be able to find the same measures published by some state-side facilities.

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Emergency Care


The Baumholder clinic does not provide emergency care.
A medical emergency is one in which life, limb or eyesight may be in immediate danger. Time may be a critical factor during a medical emergency. Getting familiar with Host Nation emergency care options and civilian ambulance services before an emergency is recommended.

For medical emergencies, go to the hospital nearest you or dial 116 on post or 067836-116 from a civilian phone on post, or off post dial 112. You can also call the MP station at 06783-6-7546. If you go to a German clinic or hospital without a referral, you must contact the clinic's TRICARE Service Center at DSN 485-6205/7037 or civilian 0678-36-6205/7037 the next working day to ensure that TRICARE will cover the cost of your care. If you are a TRICARE Prime patient and go to a German clinic or hospital without a referral, you must call the International SOS emergency line at 0800-181-8505 (toll-free from Germany) or their international line at 0044-20-8762-8133 (someone will call you back). For 24-hour medical advice, call the toll-free Nurse Advice Line at 0800-825-1600.

Most Military Treatment Facilities in Europe are not staffed nor equipped to respond to a major medical emergency. Find out what emergency services are available on and off post.

USAG Baumholder Emergency Phone Numbers 24/7

German Ambulance:
DSN 116
Civilian 112/19222

German Police:
DSN 117
Civilian 110

German Fire Dept.
DSN 116
Civilian 112

Military Police:
DSN 114
Civilian 0678-36-7546

While traveling, active duty and active duty family members can call International SOS toll-free or collect at 0800-181-8505.

If you cannot obtain assistance locally, call the U.S. Army Europe Command Center 24 hours a day. Call DSN 377-4906 or civilian (49) (0)6221-39-4906 from anywhere in Europe.


Emergency Rooms:
Know which Host Nation hospitals offer emergency care before you need to use one. The Host Nation hospital section in this guide lists the services offered at each facility, including emergency care. If you are not near one of those hospitals, go to the nearest one with an emergency room.

In the hospital's emergency area, you may be asked to complete TRICARE forms and have a copy made of your ID card. That is standard procedure. If you have any concerns about what you may be asked to sign, talk to your TRICARE Service Center or patient liaison.

If you need a patient liaison or an interpreter during an emergency situation, call the 24/7 on-call host nation liaison at 0162-2707611, or Landstuhl's information desk at DSN 590-4100 or civ 06371-9464-4100.

If you (Service Member or Family Member) are admitted to a Host Nation hospital, please notify your unit as soon as possible. Your unit will notify a patient liaison if not already done so, who will then contact you. Clinic Commanders receive daily reports of all U.S. military patients admitted to or discharged from Host Nation facilities.

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