Jennie Stuart Medical Center is a gen­eral acutecare hospital located on West 18th Street. Licensed for 194 beds, JSMC provides medical and surgical care for adult and pediatric patients, as well as in­tensive care, coronary care and progres­sive care units.
Health professionals at JSMC represent an array of medical specialties, as well as ancillary capabilities such as accredited medical imaging for MRI, mammography and ultrasound, nuclear medicine and bone densitometry.
The campus of JSMC includes a not-for­profit community hospital, the E.C. Green Cancer Center, a walk-in Convenient Care Center and a Home Health agency, as well as physician office buildings.
For more details: http://www.jsmc.org

The Christian County Health Department, lo­cated at 1700 Canton St., offers various clinical services, community programs and environmental services.
Clinical services include health screening, di­etary consultation, family planning and well child visits. Most clinic services are provided for a nom­inal fee or are based on income and the number of people living in the household. For most services, it is recommended to make an appointment.
Some of the community programs are tobacco prevention and cessation and community health education. Environmental services include water testing, restaurant scores and rabies prevention.
For more details: http://www.christiancountyhd.com


The Col. Florence A. Blanchfield Army Community Hospital (BACH) serves ac-tive-duty and retired soldiers and their fam­ily members and is a primary care provider for the Tricare Military Health System.
The hospital, established in 1982, was named after Blanchfield, a World War II nurse. The facility can be accessed from ei­ther Gate 3 or 4.
BACH offers primary care, a pharmacy, counseling services, a women's clinic and soldier care. The hospital campus also in­cludes Fisher House, which provides com­fort and care to patients and families receiving medical treatment at BACH.
For more details: http://www.campbell.amedd.army.mil

There are two Department of Veterans Affairs Tennessee Valley Healthcare System Outpatient Clinics in the area, one on post and the other in Clarksville. At Fort Campbell, there is a clinic at Building 6319 Desert Storm Ave. The on-post lo­cation provides audiology, teleretinal care and mental health services.
In Clarksville, the VA clinic is located at 1832 Memorial Drive. It serves veterans' primary care needs, as well as audiology and mental health services.
Both outpatient clinics offer group ap­pointment services in nutrition, blood-thinning drugs and smoking cessation.
Fort Campbell also has a Women, In­fants and Children (WIC) office. Pro­gram participants receive nutrition education and supplemental food to im­prove their diets and reduce the chances of health problems caused by poor nutri­tion. They are give vouchers, which may be redeemed at participating grocery stores to obtain WIC-approved foods. These include milk, cheese, eggs, cereal rich in iron, peanut butter, formula and infant cereal and more.
Pregnant women, women who recently have had a baby, women breastfeeding in­fants less than 12 months of age, a child who has not reached age 5 years and all Medicaid, food stamp and Work First recip­ients may be eligible for WIC. To learn more, call 270-798-4935.