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    Blanchfield Army Community Hospital      

    Fort Campbell, KY, US  

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    09.14.2017 | Photo by Maria Christina Yager
    Gold Star Families, Soldiers and other supporters gathered in the Eagle Warrior Memorial Garden at Fort Campbell’s Warrior Transition Battalion...
    Lead from the front

    Lead from the front

    03.28.2017 | Photo by David Gillespie
    Brig. Gen. R. Scott Dingle, commander of Regional Health Command-Atlantic, gives a motivational speech at the conclusion of the Air Assault...

    Recent Videos

    Back to School Nutrition

    Back to School Nutrition

    08.03.2017 | Video by Laura Boyd
    As Fort Campbell families begin a new school year, Blanchfield Army Community Hospital officials share how a good breakfast can help children learn.
    WTB Battleship Canoe

    WTB Battleship Canoe

    08.03.2017 | Video by Laura Boyd
    Blanchfield's Warrior Transition Battalion Soldiers discover hidden strengths as they face off in highly competitive Canoe Battleship, an adaptive...
    New Baby Tech

    New Baby Tech

    08.04.2017 | Video by Fred Holly
    The Labor and Delivery team at Blanchfield Army Community Hospital implements new wireless technology to monitor fetal heart rate, maternal heart...
    Best Warrior Competition

    Best Warrior Competition

    03.30.2017 | Video by Fred Holly
    Representing units throughout Regional Health Command-Atlantic, 30 Soldiers faced off in the Best Warrior Competition at Fort Campbell, Ky. Two...

    Recent News Stories

    SRMC commander visits

    04.14.2014 | Story by Laura Boyd
    Blanchfield Army Community Hospital’s Soldier and Patient-Centered Medical Home teams have shifted their approach to health care by expanding their services, while providing patient-centered medical care that offers Soldiers and their families a system for health. Recently Army Medicine’s Southern Regional Medical Commander Maj. Gen. Jimmie Keenan visited Fort Campbell’s medical services and saw the improvements firsthand.

    Wounded, injured and ill Soldiers pedal 164 miles

    09.26.2013 | Story by Stacy Rzepka
    More than 40 wounded, injured and ill soldiers and their supporters from Fort Campbell and Fort Knox, Ky. Warrior Transition Battalions (WTBs) and their supporters participated in the first Bluegrass Rendezvous Bike Ride Sept. 24 and 25.