Irwin Army Community Hospital
Irwin Army Community Hospital is a 250-bed army hospital at Fort Riley. It offers acute care, chronic care, and high quality health maintenance to soldiers, families and retirees of Fort Riley and the surrounding community. The present facility was dedicated to the public for service on February 7, 1958 and named Irwin Army Hospital in honor of Brigadier General Bernard John Dowling Irwin.
The hospital has three primary care clinics for family practice, pediatrics and internal medicine. Besides, its offers OB/GYN, physical therapy, preventive medicine and pharmacy.
Articles about this hospitalPreventive Medicine's Climatic Injury Awareness and Prevention Site
New Resource - Preventive Medicine's
IACH’s NCO Fellowship for Community Service Project
SFC Jones through the IACH Customer Service Rep
Physical Therapy Clinic Education page
new reference on the IACH Internet Website
New Service - Nurse Advice Line
Advice Nurse in the OB Clinic at 239-7419