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BACH employees include Military, Federal Civil Service, and Contractors. BACH also receives support from Fort Campbell Red Cross Volunteers. For volunteer information, please click on Support/Donate/Volunteer on the home page or left navigation. To find employment opportunities at BACH, click one of the tiles above.

For information on military positions, visit

Reserve Backfill Positions - Currently no positions available at this time

Contract Positions - Contract positions are listed on sites such as Monster and Yahoo!Jobs.

Civil Service - Visit the Army Civilian Personnel Online or USAJOBS websites.

Medical Job Opportunities - For medical jobs, please go to the Army Civilian Medical Jobs website.

Contact the Human Resources Office at (270) 798-8009.

Family Medicine Career Opportunities

Family practice civilian provider positions are afforded job security, a competitive salary, bonuses, moving expenses, full malpractice coverage, two weeks paid vacation, 10 days paid Federal Holidays, a sick leave benefit, Continuing Medical Education opportunities, and a first-class health and retirement benefit package. Full-Time and Part-Time positions available.

  • Physician Family Medicine Base Salary: $195,000-$230,000
  • Nurse Practitioner Base Salary: $85,000-$105,000
  • Licensed Practical Nurse Base Salary: $40,000-$50,000

We are seeking ordinary people with extraordinary hearts to care for the men and women who wear and have worn the uniform and their Families. Be a part of Army Medicine, a globally recognized leader in healthcare. As a Federal Civilian Employee, you have the ability to compete for jobs nationwide and overseas.

Named after the first women to be commissioned in the U.S. Army Col. Florence A. Blanchfield, we are a fully accredited 41-bed, evidenced-based community hospital. The medical team supports the home of the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) and Fort Campbell, Ky.

Contact the Human Resources Office at (270) 798-8009.

AMEDD Civilians

In 2010, Army Civilian strength numbered 310,000 compared to an active duty force of 547,000. The Army Medical Department (AMEDD) Civilian Corps encompasses over 45,000 MEDCOM civilians working in medical and non-medical occupations as well as, over 3,000 civilians working in medical occupations assigned to other commands. Throughout the history of the AMEDD, civilians have proudly served alongside uniformed service members to provide the best possible medical care and support to the Army. Over the course of more than two centuries they have become trusted partners and colleagues in the AMEDD, a corps of dedicated and loyal professionals working diligently to accomplish essential missions.