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Henderson County Community Hospital
Henderson County Community Hospital is a 45-bed, full service facility, located in Lexington, TN, accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO).
An American Heart Association “Get With The Guidelines” hospital, HCCH had been providing quality care to West Tennessee residents since 1958.
HCCH offers emergency care, general surgery, vascular and cataract procedures, cardiology services, MRI and CT scans, ultrasound and a full service laboratory and pharmacy on site.
THE COMMUNITY Lexington has retained its commitment to civic growth and prosperity at the same time maintaining a vital connection to its small-town identity.
A quiet, small-town atmosphere by sharing in the larger retail economy of Jackson, Tennessee, approximately 30 miles to the west.
The terrain in and around Lexington, and West Tennessee in general, is comprised of gently rolling land with picturesque hills and valleys.
Lexington is a benefactor of the climate of the American South with four distinct seasons.
The city of Lexington operates city parks and a swimming pool facility.
T he Beech River Watershed Development Authority operates the Beech River Lakes System comprised of seven area lakes developed for public use and benefit.
The lakes provide over 3,000 acres of surface area and 100 miles of shoreline for recreational activities. Boating, swimming, fishing and camping are just a few of the activities available.
Nearby Jackson, a 20-minute drive via I-40, is the home of numerous community activities.
Sports and culture also figure into the area's lifestyle.
EDUCATION The Henderson County School System operates nine public schools: seven elementary (K-8), and two high schools (9-12), located throughout Henderson County; while, the City of Lexington Board of Education oversees the operation of one elementary school (K-8), located in Lexington.
A full array of extra-curricular activities fortifies the development of children attending both City and County School Systems.
Two private schools operate in the area, offering both religion-based and non-sectarian education to the community.