On Saturday, March 14, Landstuhl Regional Medical Center opened the doors to its COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus) Screening Center in an effort to reduce risk exposure and spread of the virus.
Members of U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden’s Clean Team set up hand washing and sanitizing stations at the Mission Command Center and other high-traffic locations around post March 23 and have implemented measures to promote physical distancing to help stop the spread of COVID-19.
A positive Measles case was identified within the Wiesbaden community,…
Lt. Col. C. Kelly Olson, O.D. Wiesbaden Army Health Clinic…
U.S. Army Europe Headquarters based on Clay Kaserne welcomed Lt….
The month of April brings with it National Public Health Week, five days of reflection on the health of our nation and the direction we plan to take to ensure optimal health for all our citizens.
When it comes to your health, information is important. Your doctors need information about your medical history and the need for information continues as long as you need care.
It’s no coincidence National Sleep Awareness Week, March 6-12, happens just before we “spring forward” into Daylight Savings Time. Although you’ll technically be losing sixty minutes, there are ways to make sure the time difference has minimal impact on your sleep.