Carter was admitted to the Phoebe Sumter Medical Center to monitor and treat pelvic fracture, Deanna Congileo, Carter Center's communications director, said in a statement Tuesday.
"He's in a good mood and looking forward to getting home," said Condigileo.
Carter, who turned 95 earlier this month, came to his home two weeks ago as he was preparing for church, Carter fell and hit his head, demanding 14 stitches over his forehead.
"I fell and hit my forehead on a sharp edge and had to go to the hospital. And they took 14 stitches in my forehead and my eye is black as you noticed. But I had priority number one and that was to come to Nashville and build houses, "he told the crowd that evening.
During the construction of Habitat Carter was focused on his work, agile constructing ropes, a wooden retaining structure, under a tent in an empty lot, along with his wife, former first lady Rosaline Carter. The former president, walking with a cane, fell short while working on the assault, assisted by Secret Service agents on the ground. After standing on his feet for about an hour, he sat down and continued his work.
The former president had earlier survived brain and liver cancer, announcing that his cancer had disappeared in 201
in the last few months. I'm 92, he's 95 and we decided it was time to stop working all day every day, "Rosaline Carter told reporters earlier this month. But they still keep a busy schedule, she said, traveling to Atlanta a month to spend time in downtown Carter.
"I'll stop when I have to. But I won't stop until I have to, "Jimmy Carter told CNN.