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Host Nation Patient Liaison


Location:
Bldg. 93761 B

DSN Phone:
590-4847 / 4848 / 6721

CIV Phone:
06371-9464-4847 / 4848 / 6721

Hours:
Monday - Thursday
7:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Friday
7:30 a.m. - 2 p.m.

After duty hours, please call the Patient Gateway DSN 590-314-590-5890 or +49 6371-9464-5890.

Host Nation Patient Liaisons can:

* Help plan your transfer from a Military Treatment Facility to a Host Nation medical facility or from a Host Nation facility to a military medical facility by civilian ambulance or by your privately owned vehicle.
* Ease language barriers between the patient and Host Nation Providers and provide the patient with a copy of the U.S. Army Europe Medical Phrase Book.
* Talk to your Host Nation physician to get up-to-date information on your medical condition and treatment plan.
* Answer questions about treatment, environment of care, and follow-up care to the best of their knowledge, or when doctors are unavailable.
* Assess and interpret patient concerns to determine specific assistance needs.
* Conduct follow-up visits to assess treatment progress and/or plans for the patient's transfer to other hospitals or Military Treatment Facilities.
* Assist with the discharge of a patient from a Host Nation hospital.
* Provide local resources for medical supplies and pharmacies.
* Per request, accompany you on your first visit to a Host Nation provider.