Army Public Health Center (Provisional) 

Contact Information

Name: Army Public Health Center 
Email Address: usarmy.apg.medcom-phc.mbx.pao@mail.mil 
Telephone: 1-800-222-9698 
DSN: (312) 584-4311 
Mailing Address:
Army Public Health Center
5158 Blackhawk Road
Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD 21010-5403

Additional Contact Information

 APHC Phone Numbers:
  • Toll Free Number: (800) 222-9698
  • Staff Duty Officer: 410-436-4375
  • DSN: Dialing from within CONUS 584-4375
  • DSN: Dialing from OCONUS    (312) 584-4375
  • Emergency Line: 410-436-8393
  • Secure Fax: 410-436-7301
  • Public Affairs Officer: 410-417-2937
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Portfolios

Environmental Health Engineering

The APHC provides services pertinent to maintaining and improving environmental health on installations and in deployment locations.

Epidemiology & Disease Surveillance

Information regarding the status, trends, and determinants of the health and fitness of the US Army.

Health Promotion & Wellness

Health Promotion and Wellness is composed of five programs.

Health Risk Management

Health Risk Management provides worldwide and comprehensive health risk management to enhance readiness.

Laboratory Sciences

Laboratory Sciences provides responsive, comprehensive laboratory science services worldwide as part of the occupational and environmental health assessment and medical surveillance process in support of Army readiness.

Occupational & Environmental Medicine

Occupational & Environmental Medicine provides Commanders, policy makers, and medical leadership with information products and consultative services that reduce adverse health impacts to Warfighters and Department of the Army personnel.

Occupational Health Sciences

Occupational Health Sciences fosters the prevention of workplace-related injury, disease, and death by providing occupational health and injury prevention services supporting Soldiers, civilians, commanders, policy makers, and MEDCOM leadership.

Toxicology

Toxicology evaluates the toxicity of military-unique and military-relevant compounds. It performs basic and applied research using animal models, genetic and cellular toxicology, genomics and computer modeling.

Veterinary Services

Veterinary Services is responsible for policy development and oversight of command missions regarding animal medicine and food protection matters.