USAHC Vilseck

U.S. Army Health Clinic Vilseck

U.S. Army Health Clinic Vilseck is located on Rose Barracks at the southern tip of the Grafenwoehr Training Area and provides quality ambulatory care for more than 15,000 Soldiers and their families, while coordinating and facilitating inpatient and specialty care with nearby German host nation medical facilities and DoD partners. Services include family practice, immunizations, physical exams, acute care with trauma room, well woman and well-baby exams, Exceptional Family Member Program screening, optometry, physical therapy, hearing testing, pharmacy, X-ray and laboratory services. Rose Barracks in Vilseck is the European home of the 2nd Stryker Cavalry Regiment (2CR), as well as elements of the 7th Army Training Command (7ATC), the largest training command outside the continental United States. The Grafenwoehr and Hohenfels training areas provide realistic, relevant training to U.S. Army, Joint Service, NATO and allied units.

** Important Notices about COVID 19 & Flu Vaccine **

COVID Update: September 2022

U.S. Army Health Clinic – Vilseck is offering COVID-19 BiValent vaccines for those age 12 and over! The BiValent is shown to provide protection against BA4 and BA5 present in the current Omicron variant. For appointments, please call 06371-9464-2300 or 590-2300.
Pfizer is available for those 12 and older. Moderna is available for those age 18 and older. A valid ID is required for each person receiving a COVID-19 vaccine. Each person receiving a vaccine, must have a scheduled appointment slot. Please bring your COVID-19 vaccine card to your appointment. . Please fill out the vaccine screening form DHA 207 prior to arrival for scheduled appointments.

Update on Janssen Booster: 

We are aware of the discrepancy between the position of U.S. Health Authorities and Germany on booster vaccinations for persons who initially received the Janssen vaccination. U.S. Health Authorities (The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Food and Drug Administration) consider receipt of one dose of an mRNA vaccine (i.e., Pfizer or Moderna) or a second dose of the Janssen vaccine two months after the first vaccination as rendering full booster protection.

Presently, Germany requires Janssen vaccinated individuals to receive two booster shots to be considered fully boosted and exempted from the 2G-plus testing requirements. Army MTFs are required to follow U.S. Health Authority standards for administering vaccinations. As a result, our MTFs cannot offer a 2nd mRNA booster vaccination to Janssen recipients and do not recommend receipt of such a booster vaccination at this time. We are working with our higher headquarters and the host nation to determine an appropriate way forward. In the meantime, those who were vaccinated with Janssen may have to undergo COVID testing to enter some host nation establishments.


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.
** COVID Vaccinations **
U.S. Army Health Clinic Vilseck offers COVID-19 vaccines by appointment on Friday afternoons only for adults and pediatrics:

  • Vaccine appointments for 12 and older:  1-3 p.m.

  • Pediatric vaccine appointments for 5-11: 3-4 p.m. 

To schedule an appointment, please call the appointment line at 06371-9464-2300, or DSN 590-2300.
Note: When you arrive for your appointment, please select a ticket at the kiosk for "Immunizations."


  • For Booster Dose:  

    • Moderna or Pfizer - Patient must have at least 5 months after their 2nd dose 

    • J&J - Patient must have at least 2 months after their 1st dose 

  • For 2nd Dose: 

    • Moderna - Patient must have at least 28 days after their 1st dose.

    • Pfizer - Patient must have at least 21 days after their 1st dose.

  • Patients needing a third dose MUST bring their vaccination card, so the date of their last vaccination can be verified.

  • Patients, to include children under 18 years of age, MUST have and show a picture identification card, such as government ID card or passport.

  • Children must be accompanied by their parent or guardian.

  • A CDC card will be provided to you during your 1st visit. The CDC card must be brought back with you to your 2nd dose appointment. DO NOT LAMINATE THE CDC CARD!

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have expanded COVID-19 booster shot eligibility to all fully vaccinated Americans who are age 12 and older. Those who received the Pfizer or Moderna immunization series are now eligible for a booster five months after their second shot. Those who received the Johnson & Johnson (Janssen) vaccine are eligible for a booster two months after the first shot.  
Mix and Match: The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) also amended the emergency use authorization (EUA) for COVID-19 vaccines to allow “mixing and matching” of any of the available COVID-19 vaccines when used as a booster regardless of original vaccine administered.

DHA Form 236 Pediatric (5-11 years) 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.
DHA Form 207  COVID-19 Vaccine Screening and Immunization 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.

Fact Sheet of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine
Fact Sheet: Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) of the Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine
Fact Sheet Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) of the Janssen COVID-19 Vaccine

Flu Vaccine 

Influenza vaccines have arrived at U.S. Army Health Clinic – Vilseck. Flu vaccines are available by appointment only for those age 6 months and older.
Valid ID is required for each person receiving a flu vaccine.

Please fill out the vaccine screening form DHA 116 prior to arrival for scheduled appointments.

Active duty personnel, please see SRP (BLDG 225) prior to scheduling.


Click here for Regional Health Command Europe COVID-19 information

If you have any COVID-19 symptoms you can obtain an over-the-counter Rapid Antigen Test (RAT) at the pharmacy and perform a self-test. If the RAT is positive, please take a picture of the positive test next to your ID card and the date/time of the test. If wishing to see a provider, please schedule an appointment by visiting the clinic or calling the appointment line.

Information on where to get COVID-19 testing in the host nation:

Testing to support leisure travel is still not authorized or available at Army Medical Treatment Facilities. It is recommended for leisure travelers to obtain their COVID testing on the economy off-post. Please see below to search where you can get testing in the host nation.

Lt. Col. Sarah D. Eccleston
Clinic Commander

Lieutenant Colonel Eccleston began her Army service in 2001 as a cadet in the Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC). In 2004 she was commissioned as a Distinguished Military Graduate from the University of Utah ROTC Program and received her Bachelors of Science Degree in Nursing from Westminster College, Salt Lake City, Utah.

On her initial assignment as a Lieutenant, she served as a Staff Nurse on a 32 bed multidisciplinary medical-surgical unit, Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center, Fort Hood, Texas. She then attended the Critical Care Nurse Course at Brooke Army Medical Center (BAMC), Fort Sam Houston, Texas. Lieutenant Colonel Eccleston began working as a Clinical Staff Nurse in the Surgical Trauma Intensive Care Unit at BAMC. In 2009 she deployed with the 10th Combat Support Hospital, Fort Carson Colorado, to Baghdad Iraq, where she worked as an enroute critical care nurse. In March of 2010, she began working as the 2nd Brigade ROTC Nurse Counselor, Fort Dix, New Jersey. She completed her time with ROTC in May of 2012 and was selected for Long-Term Health Education and Training, through Widener University where she received a Master’s in Nursing. After graduating as a Critical Care Clinical Nurse Specialist Lieutenant Colonel Eccleston was assigned to Madigan Army Medical Center, Fort Lewis, Washington, where she oversaw policy and quality of practice in three intensive care units. In the summer of 2018, Lieutenant Colonel Eccleston was selected to serve is the Executive Nurse Fellow to the Chief and Deputy Chief, Army Nurse (AN) Corps. In her previous assignment Lieutenant Colonel Eccleston served as a congressional analyst and congressional liaison between the Army Surgeon General and the U.S. Congress.

Lieutenant Colonel Eccleston's awards and decorations include the Bronze Star Medal, Meritorious Service Medal (30LC), Army Commendation Medal, Army Achievement Medal (20LC), Meritorious Unit Citation, Army Superior Unit Award (2OLC), National Defense Service Medal, Iraqi Campaign Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Army Service Ribbon, and Parachutist Badge. Lieutenant Colonel Eccleston is a board certified Critical Care Clinical Nurse Specialist, a member of the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses, and an inductee of Sigma Theta Tau, the National Nursing Honor Society.


Sgt. 1st Class Taedron Lopez 
Detachment Sergeant

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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.

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Vilseck Information

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Appointment Line -DSN: 590-2300
Appointment Line- Civilian: 06371-9464-2300

Operating / Clinic / Sick Call Hours

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

Mailing Address

U.S. Army Health Clinic Vilseck
Unit 23807
Rose Barracks, Germany
APO, AE 09112

GPS Address

Sudlager 260, 92249 Vilseck

Host Nation Care Information

114 on post and 112 (works from all types of phones) off post. You may also drive to St. Anna Krankenhaus (Sulzbach-Rosenberg - GPS: Krankenhausstrasse 16) or St. Marien Klinikum (Amberg - GPS: Mariahhilfbergweg 7).

Emergency Information

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

Bavarian Health District Hotline

CIV Phone:

(24/7) 0800-350-3104

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