Germany Health and Medical Guide

Do you want to lose weight? Do you want to eat healthier? Do you just want to improve your overall health? This may even seem unattain¬able, but it doesn’t have to be. Making small changes every single day can improve your health and well-being.
A variety of factors affect whether or not dental care is available for the family of active-duty service members stationed overseas. These factors include facility location, branch of service, deployments and staffing fluctuations.
When space-available health services at MTFs are not available for U.S. citizens living in Germany, patients may be referred to host-nation providers. Or, if you are a DOD civilian or contractor, receiving treatment at a MTF may not be an option and you must seek treatment on the economy.
When space-available health services at MTFs are not available for U.S. citizens living in Germany, patients may be referred to host-nation providers. A comprehensive “Your Guide to Host Nation Health Care” is available for each Army military community.
Whether you’ve had drastic surgery or are in a position where leaving home requires a considerable and demanding effort, there are services available to alleviate the stress of everyday tasks. Below are seven services to assist you for when you may be a housebound patient.
Often times we, logically, think our first stop for over-the-counter medications should be a retail store - The Exchange or the Commissary. We tend to skip over preventative care products because we don’t want to spend the money.
Arriving in a foreign country, one faces many challenges, and navigating an unfamiliar healthcare system may seem like an under¬taking best left avoided.