Building 3763, Unit 7B
Monday through Friday
7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
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Landstuhl Regional Medical Center Ob/Gyn Clinic provides services for over 500,000 eligible beneficiaries throughout Europe, Western Asia and Africa, providing a full range of specialty services to include:
- Routine Prenatal Care
- Group Centering Prenatal Care
- Routine and Complex Gynecology
- Women’s Care Clinic (Well-Woman Self-Referral)
- MFM Clinic - High Risk Prenatal Care
- Genetics Counseling and Screening
- Infertility Consultation
- Storknest Program for other overseas areas
We pride ourselves in providing compassionate, patient-centered care consistent with our professional association guidelines and Standards of Practice. Clinic staff consists of a team of Ob/Gyn Physicians, Certified Nurse Midwives, Women’s Health Nurse Practitioners, Registered Nurses, Health Technicians, and Medical Support Assistants who are committed to serving your health care needs and hope to provide you the best experience possible!
Frequently Asked Questions
Children Policy: Children are allowed in the clinic with the exception of certain appointment types including procedures, formal ultrasounds and BPP assessments, group education or counseling classes, and during NST clinic. In order to protect patients from exposures that could be potentially harmful in pregnancy, we kindly ask that you use discretion if children are sick and without complete vaccination series. We are happy to work with you for rescheduling if you have difficulty making needed childcare arrangements.
What is Group Care? Lead by a Certified Nurse Midwife, Group Prenatal Care is an appealing concept of care for many of our patients and families. Some Highlights Include: Small groups of 8-10 moms/couples with close due dates who participate in a shared group session followed by a shorter, individual appointment, spouses encouraged to attend! Your Group sessions allow for shared learning and getting to know each other, appointments are pre-scheduled for the duration of pregnancy and postpartum follow up, and you’ll have special guest speakers to cover important topics such as nutrition, physical activity, breastfeeding, and your local KMC resources. Please ask the clinic for more details or let us know if you are interested!
I think my pregnancy is high-risk, do I need to see the MFM specialist? You will discuss your complete health and obstetric history at the first provider appointment. Certain pregnancies may be considered higher risk for complications and will be assessed in-depth by your provider; if needed, you will be referred for consultation with the Maternal Fetal Medicine Section and determined if you need closer monitoring in pregnancy. Some of those conditions might include: heart defects, clotting disorders, immune diseases, Sjogren’s Syndrome or genetic disorders, seizure disorders, pre-eclampsia, recurrent miscarriages, fetal anomalies, cerclage placement in prior pregnancies, or other chronic health conditions that may complicate pregnancy.
What is the Storknest Program and who is eligible? LRMC Ob/Gyn Clinic is honored to support a special host-program for the management of pregnancy and delivery for patients throughout Europe, Africa, and other overseas areas where routine or high-risk OB care is not available at their assigned location. For a complete guide to the LRMC Storknest Program, please visit the Storknest website.
How do I get my records from a civilian provider to LRMC? Please contact the Patient Administration Office/Medical Records department at 06371-9464-5204. You will need to know the Hospital and Provider’s name and location, as well as the dates you received care.
I am getting ready to PCS. How do I get my records transferred? Your records can be accessed immediately at the next Military Treatment Facility (MTF) on the Electronic Medical Record (EMR), AHLTA. If you are transferring or separating to a location without a military hospital or clinic, please go to the Patient Administration Office within three weeks of PCS to request a printed copy of your records.
If I have a concern, who can I direct it to? Please ask to speak with the Clinical Nurse Officer in Charge (CNOIC) or the Assistant CNOIC. If they are not available, please contact the Landstuhl Patient Advocacy Office for assistance.
We welcome your feedback and encourage you to use the Interactive Customer Evaluation website to share your experience with our team. Personal recognition and positive comments are always thankfully received, but we also ask that you please share any constructive feedback that can be used to improve our services or your personal experience!