USAHC Stuttgart

U.S. Army Health Clinic Stuttgart

U.S. Army Health Clinic Stuttgart is located on Patch Barracks and provides quality ambulatory care for more than 10,000 Soldiers and their families, while coordinating and facilitating inpatient and specialty care with nearby German host nation medical facilities and DoD partners. 

There is NO Emergency Room at the U.S. Army Health Clinic Stuttgart.
For emergencies, go to the nearest hospital or call 112 for an ambulance.


** Important Notices**

Flu Vaccine 2022

The Stuttgart Army Health Clinic is offering the Flu Vaccine on a walk-in basis at the following dates/times at various locations:
Monday September 26th (0800-1600) at Panzer Fitness Center
Tuesday September 27th (0800-1200) at Panzer Fitness Center
Wednesday September 28th (0800-1600) at Patch Theater
Thursday September 29th (1300-1700) at Patch Elementary and Middle Schools
Friday September 30th (0800-1600) at Kelley Theater
Monday October 3rd (0800-1600) at Kelley Theater
Tuesday October 4th (0800-1600) at Panzer Fitness Center
Wednesday October 5th (0800-1600) at Patch Theater
Thursday October 13th (1300-1700) at Robinson Elementary School
Wednesday October 19th (0800-1200) at Patch Theater
Thursday October 20th (1300-1700) at Stuttgart Elementary and High Schools
Thursday October 27th (0800-1200) at Kelley Theater
Thursday November 10th (0800-1200) at Patch Theater
Thursday November 17th (0800-1200) at Patch Theater
Bring a photo ID with you and please fill out DHA Form 116 (Pediatric and Adult Influenza Screening and Immunization Documentation)
DHA Form 116
*** You may receive a message that states: Please wait . . . If you do, please save the form to your desktop or computer. Then open the file and you will be able to use the fillable features of DHA Form 116.

COVID Vaccine Update (as of 7 September 2022)

Current Monovalent Pfizer and Moderna vaccine for boosters are no longer authorized for ages 12+ due to recent CDC approval of a new BIVALENT vaccine that will target the Omicron sub-variants.

The current Monovalent Pfizer and Moderna vaccines are still available ONLY to complete a Primary Series (1st and 2nd dose). If you have not completed your primary series, these vaccines are available.

Within the next month or two, the clinic should start receiving the BIVALENT Moderna and Pfizer boosters that will protect from the Omicron sub-variants.

If you have received a MONOVALENT Moderna or Pfizer dose recently to complete your primary series or a booster, you must wait 2 months before you can receive the new Bivalent booster.

The clinic will update the community once we receive shipment and planning is coordinated.

Please note, this does NOT affect Pfizer Peds ages 5-11 or Moderna infant 6m-5y. Those appointments will still be honored as scheduled.

JANSSEN VACCINE AVAILABILITY: On December 16, 2021, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention voted unanimously to preferentially recommended mRNA vaccines (Pfizer or Moderna) over Janssen. The decision was made due to the higher vaccine effectiveness of mRNA vaccines and their superior safety profile over the Janssen vaccine. Those who are unable or unwilling to receive an mRNA vaccine may request an exception to receive Janssen through a face-to-face or virtual encounter with their healthcare provider.


Vaccination Schedule for COVID-19 (First Dose, Second Dose, Booster Shots)  

Please click on the below schedule for the dates, times and locations. Vaccination is for the following beneficiaries:
COVID-19 Vaccination: Initial series for ages 6 months and older.

Click here for September schedule
Click here for October schedule



COVID-19 Vaccine (12 and over):

COVID-19 Vaccine (6 months to 11 years old):

For COVID-19 Vaccine – please fill out DHA Form 207 COVID-19 Vaccine Screening and Immunization Documentation ***

For the Pediatric COVID Vaccination (6 months to 11 years old) - please fill out Pediatric COVID-19 Vaccine Screening and Immunization on Documentation ***

*** You may receive a message that states: Please wait . . . If you do, please save the form to your desktop or computer. Then open the file and you will be able to use the fillable features of DHA Form 207 and of DHA Form 236.

Patients MUST bring their vaccination card to their appointment so the date of their last vaccination can be verified, and Booster dose can be annotated.

In order to receive a vaccination, all patients need to be registered with the Health Clinic. Civilians and Contractors can do this by walking into the Patient Administration section at the health clinic on Patch Barracks. The sponsor will need to be registered and provide Social Security Numbers and Insurance Information for every member they are registering.

U.S. Army Health Clinic Stuttgart will administer COVID-19 vaccine 1st, 2nd and booster for children ages 5 to 11 year old on the following day:

WHEN: The 2nd Thursday of the month from 1 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.

WHERE: Acute Respiratory 2 (Next to clinic on Patch Barracks)

The clinic will administer the COVID Vaccine 1st and 2nd Dose for children ages 6 months to 5 years old in accordance with the monthly vaccination schedule posted above.

Appointments can be made at the following link:
Please Note the following:
• Children must be accompanied by their parent or guardian.
• Children MUST have and show a picture identification card, such as government ID card or passport.
• A CDC card will be provided to you during your first visit. The CDC card must be brought back with you to your 2nd dose appointment. DO NOT LAMINATE THE CDC CARD!
• To expedite the process,  please fill out and bring with you to the vaccination site please fill out DHA Form 236 Pediatric (6 months to 11 years old) COVID-19 Vaccine Screening and Immunization on Documentation 
*** You may receive a message that states: Please wait . . . If you do, please save the form to your desktop or computer. Then open the file and you will be able to use the fillable features of DHA Form 236.
• Boosters are now authorized for children ages 5-11. The booster is 5 months after completion of their original vaccination series. Children ages 5 through 11 years who are moderately or immunocompromised should receive a booster 3 months after completion of the primary series.

Information on the vaccine can be found at: There will be providers on site to answer any questions you may have.

COVID Screening

Effective Tuesday May 31st, Patch Clinic COVID testing hours are 0800-1000.

COVID Screening is available for the following DoD card holders:

- Symptomatic
- Conducting Official Travel
- To confirm positive home test

Please continue to use the COVAX Website for scheduling an appointment:

COVID-19 Screening Location

COVID-19 Screening: Monday thru Friday, 8-11 a.m. No weekend COVID-19 screenings (Closed on U.S. Federal Holidays)
Location: Acute Respiratory 2 (Trainer next to Clinic on Patch Barracks)

Click here to download the COVID Testing Exit Sheet

COVID CDC Guidelines

The CDC is streamlining its COVID-19 guidance to help people better understand their risk, how to protect themselves and others, what actions to take if exposed to COVID-19, and what actions to take if they are sick or test positive for the virus. COVID-19 continues to circulate globally, however, with so many tools available to us for reducing COVID-19 severity, there is significantly less risk of severe illness, hospitalization and death compared to earlier in the pandemic.

Please continue to monitor CDC COVID guidelines for updates at:


Click here for Regional Health Command Europe COVID-19 information

Lt. Col. Kristopher C. Wilson
Clinic Commander

Lieutenant Colonel Wilson was commissioned as an Engineer Officer in 2004 after graduating from the United States Military Academy. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry and Life Sciences with a minor in Nuclear Engineering.  He received his Medical Doctor degree from the Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences University in 2008.  Lieutenant Colonel Wilson is board certified in Aerospace Medicine and Occupational Medicine.

Upon completing his initial medical training in 2009, Lieutenant Colonel Wilson served as the Chief of Aviation Medicine and Officer in Charge for the Department of Military Medicine at Fort Huachuca, Arizona.  In 2011, he deployed in support of Operation Enduring Freedom with 1-227th Air Cav to Patika providence in Afghanistan. During the deployment, he served as the medical director for 3-10, 3-82, and Texas National Guard MEDEVAC units, where he flew over 200 hours of MEDEVAC missions and earned his Combat Medic Badge.  Upon redeployment, he attended the Army’s Aerospace & Occupational Medicine residency in Pensacola, Florida, where he served as the Chief Resident in 2015.  After graduation, he assessed and was selected to serve in the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment.  While in the Regiment Lieutenant Colonel Wilson served as the Special Operations Aviation Training Battalion Surgeon, where he trained personnel in advanced trauma techniques and tactics.  In 2018 he transitioned to Fort Rucker, where he was the Aviation Medicine Branch Chief for the School of Army Aviation Medicine, with his primary duty being teaching the Army’s Flight Surgeon Course.

Lieutenant Colonel Wilson is the recipient of the Meritorious Service Medal, Air Medal, Army Commendation Medal, and the Army Achievement Medal. He has earned the Combat Medic Badge, Master Flight Surgeon Badge, Airborne Badge, Army Basic Space Badge, Dive Medical Officer Badge, and the Senior Army Instructor Badge.

Staff Sergeant Crystal Maguire 
Detachment Sergeant

Staff Sergeant Crystal Maguire enlisted into the United States Army as a Combat Medic with the identifier M6, Licensed Practical Nurse. She attended Basic Training in Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri, and completed her Advanced Individual Training in Fort Sam Houston, Texas.

Staff Sergeant Maguire has served as a Practical Nurse, Night Clinical NCO, Wardmaster, Joint Special Operations Task Force Clinical NCOIC, Mother Baby Unit NCOIC, and now Detachment Sergeant.

Her previous assignments include Irwin ACH Fort Riley, KS, Madigan AMC JBLM, 121st CSH Korea, Evans ACH Fort Carson, CO, and AHC Stuttgart, Germany. She deployed to Iraq in Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) in 07-08 with the 31st CSH and with JSOC to support Operation Inherent Resolve (OIR) in 17-18.

Staff Sergeant Maguire’s military education includes Battle Staff, Equal Opportunity Leaders, Clinical Nurse OIC/NCOIC Leader Development Course, Digital Training Management System Course, Advanced Leaders Course, Basic Healthcare Administration Course, Unit Prevention Leaders Course, Basic Leaders Course, and the Deployable Medical Systems Course.

Her Awards and Decorations include: the Joint Service Commendation Medal with a C device, the Army Commendation Medal (four Oak Leaf Clusters), the Army Achievement Medal (four Oak Leaf Clusters), the Army Superior Unit Award, the Army Good Conduct Medal (5 clasp loops), the National Defense Service Medal, the Iraqi Campaign Medal (1 Star), Inherent Resolve Campaign Medal (1 Star), Global War on Terrorism Medal, Korean Defense Service Medal, Meritorious Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal, Noncommissioned Officer Professional Development Ribbon (2 Numerical Devices), Army Service Ribbon, and Overseas Service Ribbon (3 Numerical Devices).

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 U.S. Army Medical Department Activity-Bavaria clinics throughout Germany.

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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Stuttgart Information

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Appointment Line -DSN: 314-590-2900
Appointment Line- Civilian: 06371-9464-2900

Clinic Hours

- Monday to Friday: 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
- Closed weekends and Federal holidays
- Closed on the first and third Thursday of the month from noon to 4:30 p.m. for staff training


Mailing Address

U.S. Army Health Clinic Stuttgart
Unit 30401
Patch Barracks, Germany
APO, AE 09107

GPS Address

Sudlager 2300, 70569 Stuttgart

Emergency Information

There is NO Emergency Room at the U.S. Army Health Clinic Stuttgart. For emergencies, go to the nearest hospital or call 112 for an ambulance.
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