Fort Campbell CG visits Blanchfield Army Community Hospital

By Ms. Laura Boyd (Army Medicine)August 28, 2009

The Commanding General of Fort Campbell, KY, Maj. Gen. John F. Campbell and his wife Anne visited Blanchfield Army Community Hospital (BACH) Aug. 27.  They received a brief from BACH's hospital commander Col. John P. Cook and toured clinical areas.

Pharmacy non commissioned officer in charge Sgt. 1st class Kevin Dennis shows Maj. Gen. Campbell how outpatient pharmacy prescription are filled. BACH pharmacists and pharmacy technicians work side by side with robotics to provide safe and accurate comprehensive pharmaceutical services to patients.
1 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – The Commanding General of Fort Campbell, KY, Maj. Gen. John F. Campbell and his wife Anne visited Blanchfield Army Community Hospital (BACH) Aug. 27. They received a brief from BACH's hospital commander Col. John P. Cook and toured clinical areas. Pharmacy non commissioned officer in charge Sgt. 1st class Kevin Dennis shows Maj. Gen. Campbell how outpatient pharmacy prescription are filled. BACH pharmacists and pharmacy technicians work side by side with robotics to provide safe and accurate comprehensive pharmaceutical services to patients. (Photo Credit: Ms. Laura Boyd (Army Medicine)) VIEW ORIGINAL
The Commanding General of Fort Campbell, KY, Maj. Gen. John F. Campbell and his wife Anne visited Blanchfield Army Community Hospital (BACH) Aug. 27.  They received a brief from BACH's hospital commander Col. John P. Cook and toured clinical areas. 

During Maj. Gen. Campbell's visit, Pharmacy technician Cpl. Christopher Martin and Pharmacist and outpatient Pharmacy supervisor Debra Barbour demonstrate the process of filling an outpatient prescription to the commanding general.
2 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – The Commanding General of Fort Campbell, KY, Maj. Gen. John F. Campbell and his wife Anne visited Blanchfield Army Community Hospital (BACH) Aug. 27. They received a brief from BACH's hospital commander Col. John P. Cook and toured clinical areas. During Maj. Gen. Campbell's visit, Pharmacy technician Cpl. Christopher Martin and Pharmacist and outpatient Pharmacy supervisor Debra Barbour demonstrate the process of filling an outpatient prescription to the commanding general. (Photo Credit: U.S. Army) VIEW ORIGINAL
The Commanding General of Fort Campbell, KY, Maj. Gen. John F. Campbell and his wife Anne visited Blanchfield Army Community Hospital (BACH) Aug. 27.  They received a brief from BACH's hospital commander Col. John P. Cook and toured clinical areas. 

Chief of the Emergency Center Lt. Col. Lawrence Leventhal explains the diversity of services offered in the emergency center to Maj. Gen. Campbell and his wife, Ann.
3 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – The Commanding General of Fort Campbell, KY, Maj. Gen. John F. Campbell and his wife Anne visited Blanchfield Army Community Hospital (BACH) Aug. 27. They received a brief from BACH's hospital commander Col. John P. Cook and toured clinical areas. Chief of the Emergency Center Lt. Col. Lawrence Leventhal explains the diversity of services offered in the emergency center to Maj. Gen. Campbell and his wife, Ann. (Photo Credit: Ms. Laura Boyd (Army Medicine)) VIEW ORIGINAL
The Commanding General of Fort Campbell, KY, Maj. Gen. John F. Campbell and his wife Anne visited Blanchfield Army Community Hospital (BACH) Aug. 27.  They received a brief from BACH's hospital commander Col. John P. Cook and toured clinical areas. 

BACH Pharmacist Don Asquith (left) demonstrates to Maj. Gen. Campbell (center) how BACH uses robotics to help provide safe and accurate refill pharmacy services to patients. Chief of Pharmacy Maj. Kevin Ridderhoff (right) watches the demonstration.
4 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – The Commanding General of Fort Campbell, KY, Maj. Gen. John F. Campbell and his wife Anne visited Blanchfield Army Community Hospital (BACH) Aug. 27. They received a brief from BACH's hospital commander Col. John P. Cook and toured clinical areas. BACH Pharmacist Don Asquith (left) demonstrates to Maj. Gen. Campbell (center) how BACH uses robotics to help provide safe and accurate refill pharmacy services to patients. Chief of Pharmacy Maj. Kevin Ridderhoff (right) watches the demonstration. (Photo Credit: Ms. Laura Boyd (Army Medicine)) VIEW ORIGINAL