To provide effective and efficient Infectious Disease consultative care for U.S. military personnel, retirees, and other DoD beneficiaries throughout the EUCOM, AFRICOM, and CENTCOM areas of operation. We also provide a full-range of diagnostic and therapeutic procedures to investigate and treat Infectious Diseases and support the medical readiness for all units we serve.
We offer consultative services to deployed providers in EUCOM, AFRICOM and CENTCOM via Infectious Disease AKO Enterprise Email account (firstname.lastname@example.org), HELP (https://help.nmcp.med.navy.mil/path/user/Login.jsp), and telephonically (available to be patched to the on call provider through LRMC information desk: +49 06371-9464-4100).
The Infectious Disease program supports Landstuhl's inpatient and emergency room operations with on-call consultation 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
New Patient Information:
- Infectious Disease is a consult service. Please talk to your primary care provider to obtain a referral. **Exception**: Travel clinic appointments can be booked without a consult.
- Please wait 24 hours (1 business day) for your referral to be reviewed by the Infectious Disease Service before calling to schedule.
- Infectious Disease is open to all adult eligible beneficiaries ages 19 and older (active duty service members and their family members, retirees and DOD civilians).
- ONLY FOR TRAVEL can the clinic see patients age 14 and up.
- If you have received care outside of the Military Healthcare System, please bring any doctor's notes, lab results, pathology reports and radiographic studies (X-rays, CT, and Ultrasound) to your appointment.
- Please arrive 15 minutes prior to your appointment time.
Commonly Evaluated Conditions:
- HIV pre exposure and post exposure prophylaxis Viral Hepatitis (Hep B and C) Active tuberculosis infection Latent tuberculosis infection (LTBI) Sexually transmitted infections (STI) Pre travel related counseling (Travel clinic) Vaccination, Malaria Prophylaxis, Traveler’s Diarrhea Malaria Meningitis Parasitic Diseases Lyme Disease Fungal infections (Coccidioides, Histoplasmosis, etc) Complicated trauma combat related infections of the soft tissue and bone Bone infections (osteomyelitis) Viral and bacterial meningitis Drug resistant bacterial infections (Extended spectrum beta lactamases –ESBL, Carbapenem resistant enterobacteriaceae – CRE, Vancomycin Resistant Staph Aureus – MRSA)
- Infectious Disease Society of America (IDSA) American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM)