Fayetteville VA Medical Center
The Fayetteville VA Medical Center (VAMC) is a Complexity Level 1c Medical Center authorized 58 general medical, surgical and mental health beds. We are located within 10 miles of Fort Bragg and Pope Army Air Base. In addition, Camp Lejeune Marine Corps Base and Seymour Johnson Air Force Base lie in the facility’s catchment area.
The medical center also maintains a 69-bed long-term care Community Living Center (CLC) to care for Veteran residents. Our CLC serves as host to the North Carolina State Veterans home in Fayetteville, a 150-bed long-term nursing home facility located adjacent to the medical center.
Fayetteville VAMC serves Veterans in 19 counties in Southeastern North Carolina, serving 74,000+ patients, representing nearly 760,000 outpatient visits. We are also the largest catchment area in the VISN 6 Mid-Atlantic Healthcare Network.
Fayetteville VAMC operates two Health Care Centers – 1 in Fayetteville and 1 in Wilmington, plus Community Based Outpatient Clinics (CBOCs) in Brunswick County, Goldsboro, Hamlet, Jacksonville, Robeson County and Sanford. Our CBOCs provide Primary Care, Mental Health Care and offer Tele-health services for other specialties. Located off-site in Fayetteville, we opened the first community Dialysis Center in the VA health system nationwide. This freestanding dialysis unit has the capacity to treat 64 dialysis patients. We also utilize leased space in Fayetteville and Jacksonville to provide Readjustment Counseling Services for Veterans at the Vet Centers.
East Carolina-Brody School of Medicine, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill Department of Ophthalmology, Campbell University School of Osteopathic Medicine, Campbell University School of Pharmacy, University of North Carolina School of Medicine, University of North Carolina School of Dentistry, University of North Carolina School of Pharmacy
Other affiliations include Fayetteville State University (Nursing), Duke University, Southern Regional Area Health Education Center and the United States Army at Fort Bragg.
We accept students from several area technical schools including Fayetteville Technical Community College, Central Carolina Community College, Cape Fear Community College (doing clinical rotations at the Wilmington Health Care Center) and Sampson County Community College.
58 general medical, surgical and mental health
69 long term care
TYPE OF FACILITY
General Medical and Surgical (GM&S)
Nursing Home Care Unit
Audiology and Speech Pathology
Chemical Addiction Rehabilitation Program
Geriatric Evaluation Management
Combined 8-bed MICU, CCU, SICU
Prosthetics and Sensory Aids
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Women's Health Care
Visually Impaired Service
Transition & Care Management (formerly OEF/OIF Veterans) Program/Seamless Transition