Henderson County Community Hospital

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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.

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.

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.