Pharmacy Refill Phone Line:

The Pharmacy refill phone system is back online and working. Options patients can use to refill their medications during this outage include:

1) Visit the pharmacy in person.

2) Call 270-798-8075. Patients may need to leave a voicemail due to high call volume.

Q-Anywhere allows you to text via your cellphone to activate the
filling of new and renewal medications.

Soldier Recovery Unit

The Fort Campbell Soldier Recovery Unit Complex supports Soldiers during their transition, either to return to active duty or to return to civilian life as honored veterans. The program establishes a single entry criteria for all service components. The single entry criteria allows medical and administrative resources to concentrate on Soldiers with complex case management requirements. Single entry criteria is defined as a Soldier who has, or is anticipated to receive, a profile of more than six months duration, with duty limitations that preclude the Soldier from training or contributing to unit mission accomplishment; the complexity of the Soldier’s condition requires either clinical case management or the Soldier’s psychological condition is evaluated by a qualified licensed medical or behavioral health provider as posing a substantial danger to self or others if Soldier remains in the parent unit. Soldiers will be assigned to platoons within the SRU depending on the primary focus of their recovery at that time. Staffing and services are concentrated in the platoons based on this focus. 


Adaptive reconditioning utilizes activity to help increase mental, emotional, and physical wellbeing in order to build resiliency and achieve individual CRP goals. The intent is to provide holistic/comprehensive care to include cognitive, emotional, and physical activities within each Soldier’s individual abilities in order to facilitate a successful transition in which Soldiers achieve optimal well-being and maximum functional return.

Monthly calendar of events Adaptive Sports:

  • Stretch Class 
  • Outdoor Cycling 
  • Pickleball
  • Disc Golf & Walking 
  • Aquatics & Lap Swim
  • Open Gym & Weights Class 
  • Yoga events
Monthly calendar of events Therapeutic Activities:
  • Activity Walk 
  • Arts & Crafts
  • Fly Fishing   
  • Music 
  • Jeopardy 
  • Crocheting

Outdoor Cycling: 

A low impact activity that can provide moderate to high intensity training, which aids in the healing & recovery process.
Adaptive cycling program for beginners to advanced riders, regardless of injury or illness Bicycles fitted based on injury. 
Neck/back & balance issues can participate on recumbent bikes. 
Lower limb injuries can participate on handcycle bike.
Vision impaired can participate on a tandem bike with a pilot.

Aquatics/Lap Swim-ARP: 

Gardner Indoor: Building 2194 Kentucky Ave. or 
Baldonado Outdoor Pool: 2571 Screaming Eagle Blvd
Water supports the body putting less stress on joints and muscles.  Water provides resistance to increase strength and resistance equipment is available. Aquatics is held at Gardner Indoor Pool and Baldonado Pool (summer).
**See ARP monthly calendar for location.**


Tennis Courts: 5513 Tennessee Ave. (Walking distance)              
Address: Shaw Gym (winter) 7979 Old Construction Road
Pickleball is a racquet ball sport that combines elements of badminton, table tennis, and tennis. Two, three, or four players use paddles to hit a wiffle ball over a net.
**See ARP monthly calendar for location.**  

Disc Golf at War Memorial Park-ARP: 

War Memorial Park, 498 Walter Garrett Ln, Oak Grove, Kentucky
Disc Golf uses the same concepts as traditional golf, but substitutes discs in place of a ball and clubs. Each hole is an elevated metal basket, with the goal for each individual to make the least number of disc throws from the tee box area into the metal basket. 

Restorative Yoga Events-ARP: 

334 Main Street, Clarksville, Tennessee (Conducted at Sanctuary on Main)
Restorative Yoga is a restful practice that is about slowing down and opening body. This is done through passive stretching and only doing a few postures during entire class using props (yoga blocks, blankets, bolsters) to effortlessly hold poses longer then typical yoga class.

Stretch Class-ARP: 

Estep gym, 2270 Kentucky Ave. 
Stretch class focuses on increasing range of motion, flexibility, and soft tissue mobility.  
Main focuses: 

  • Proper technique
  • Adaptive ways to stretch 
  • Injury prevention
  •  Recovery
Equipment Used/Provided: 
  • Stretch straps
  • Bolsters
  • Yoga blocks
  • Mats
  • Stability balls                                                                                                     
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Soldier Recovery Unit
2443 Indiana Ave. \
Fort Campbell, KY 42223

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