Those living on Kelley Barracks or working in U.S. Africa Command will soon be able to receive primary care health care and limited laboratory and pharmacy services on site.
Starting March 28, a new U.S. Army Health Clinic, Stuttgart Annex, located in Building 3312 on Kelley, will begin providing by-appointment services between 8 a.m. and noon Monday through Thursday.
The annex, located next to the Kelley Community Mail Room, will serve only those patients ages 17 years and older.
“The intent is to provide health care services in close proximity to eligible beneficiaries who reside and work on Kelley Barracks in order to reduce associated travel times to and from the health clinic located at Patch Barracks,” said Col. Larry Connell, commander of U.S. Army Health Clinic Stuttgart.
The Kelley health clinic annex will not provide emergency health care services and will initially provide primary care acute services. The annex on Kelley, which has five examination rooms, will be staffed with a physician, two nurses, a medic, a pharmacy technician and patient liaisons.
Appointments for care at Kelley are to be made through central appointments by calling 371-2622 or civilian 06221-17-2622 and specifying that the patient wants to be seen at the annex on Kelley Barracks.
There will be limited acute care adult-only medications provided at the health clinic annex on Kelley. No pediatric patient medication will be offered.
Prescriptions cannot be refilled on site, but can be picked up at Kelley by calling 48 hours in advance through the automated system, 430-8610/civ. 0711-680-8610 for pick-up on Kelley. Exclusions are controlled substances and refrigerated items.
Some over-the-counter products and cold packs also will be available at the clinic on Kelley.