Fort Campbell, KY

Contact Information
Intrepid Spirit Center
Blanchfield Army Community Hospital
Building 2403
22nd and Indiana Ave.
Fort Campbell, KY 42223
United States
270-412-5114 or 270-798-8166

Catchment Area

Fort Campbell and surrounding community


Dr. Bret W. Logan, Director, Intrepid Spirit; Director, Sleep Medicine Program;
DVBIC Site Director

Bret LoganDr. Bret Logan is a board-certified psychiatrist in Fort Campbell, Kentucky. He received his medical degree from Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine. He completed his fellowship and residency at Tripler Army Medical Center and has been in practice for more than 20 years. He is currently licensed to practice medicine in Tennessee and Hawaii. Logan is a member of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology Child and Adolescent Psychiatry; the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology Sleep Medicine; and the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology Psychiatry.

Program Overview

MissionFort Campbell Headquarters Building

The DVBIC Fort Campbell site supports the national DVBIC mission by providing TBI education, clinical care and research services to the region’s active-duty, reserve, Guard and community populations.

The Intrepid Spirit’s primary mission is clinical care. It functions as a portal for the most complex patients to access interdisciplinary assessment and intensive outpatient rehabilitation with behavioral health and mild traumatic brain injury as dual centers of gravity. This includes treatment for mild TBI, behavioral health, pain management, addictions medicine, musculoskeletal rehabilitation, and warrior transition units. The Intrepid Spirit serves as the interdisciplinary, integrated, holistic and collaborative assessment, treatment, and rehabilitation program for patients with complex, co-morbid medical conditions, particularly those with posttraumatic stress disorder and post-concussive symptoms. The center also houses a sleep clinic as well as a chiropractic and neurology clinic.

The Intrepid Spirit team partners with the Department of Veterans Affairs to ensure continuity of long-term care. The team integrates existing TBI and behavioral health programs, facilitating enhanced capability, collaboration and synchronization across multiple service lines to help enhance existing programs. The TBI clinic provides intensive TBI therapy.

Education and Outreach

  • Outreach to Fort Campbell and the local community
  • Community awareness and prevention
  • Patient and family education
  • Health care provider education
  • Professional and ancillary staff education
  • College faculty, staff and student workshops
  • Veteran events
  • Social media and other public TBI awareness campaigns
  • Command briefs
  • Brain Injury Awareness month campaign
  • Education at pre-and-post-deployment briefs and ANAM screenings