VILSECK, Germany— Vilseck Health Clinic staff has been diligently preparing to move into their new state-of-the-art health clinic addition in Building 260, adjacent to the existing health clinic.
Vilseck Health Clinic’s doctors and staff have been participating in various training activities, drills, and orientation to familiarize them with the new facility and prepare for a seamless transition into the new environment of care.
“The Vilseck Health Clinic Family is committed to providing highly reliable and Patient Centered Care to our beneficiaries. We look forward to serving the Rose Barracks Community in their new facility,” said Lieutenant Colonel Amal Chatila, Commander Vilseck Army Health Clinic
The transition of staff and services from buildings 250, 225, and 316 to building 260 will take place July 31 Aug. 4, 2015. Vilseck Health Clinic will be temporarily closed during that time until the new health clinic becomes operational Aug. 5. Limited services will be available in building 701 on Aug. 3 – 4 for urgent issues only.
The new 41,900 square foot outpatient health clinic addition will quadruple the size of United States Army Health Clinic Vilseck, consolidate offices and scattered health care services from 3 outlying buildings, and move Soldier and civilian treatment services under the same roof to greatly increase the quality and efficiency of health care delivery.
A ribbon cutting ceremony will take place Aug. 14 at 1 p.m. in the lobby of U.S. Army Health Clinic Vilseck, building 260.
Vilseck Health Clinic provides outpatient health care to approximately 10,000 patients in the Rose Barracks community. We ask your patience during this exciting time of transition and we look forward to continuing our tradition of providing exceptional patient-centered health care in our new state-of-the-art facility.