The recent announcement of Harnett Health System hospital adds to already excellent medical offerings for area residents. The 50 bed hospital will break ground in the Winter of 2010 and open in the Spring of 2012.
Harnett Health Betsy Johnson Hospital
Harnett Health Betsy Johnson Hospital is an acute care health care facility located in Dunn. A kidney center and multiple medical clinics also serve Harnett County. Nearby health care institutions include Duke University Medical Center, rated in the top ten hospitals in the nation and the University of North Carolina's Memorial Hospital offers nationally acclaimed care.
Hospitals Within One Hour:
- Harnett Health Betsy Johnson Hospital
- WakeMed Health & Hospitals
- Rex Hospital
- Duke Raleigh Hospital
- Cape Fear Valley Hospital
- Johnston Health
- Moore Regional Hospital
- UNC Memorial Hospital
- Duke Health
Womack Army Medical Center
The Army Medical Center is committed to providing quality, cost-efficient care for "The Total Army Family." Womack Army Medical Center, WAMC, is proud to serve the more than 160,000 eligible beneficiaries in the region, the largest beneficiary population in the Army.
The new 153-bed facility was completed and opened for patient care in 1999 and is a total of 920,779 square feet. This new complex has increased the quality care and access to beneficiaries by bringing more medical and specialized resources to Fort Bragg. Some of the specialties added since the current facility became a medical center include cardiology, hematology/oncology, pulmonology and obstetrics/gynecology and inpatient psychiatry/behavioral health care..
Fayetteville Veterans Administration Medical Center
The Fayetteville VA Medical Center is a Clinical Core Level III facility, with 90 general medical, surgical and mental health beds and a 69-bed long-term care unit. Fayetteville is located in southeastern North Carolina in an area populated by more than 155,000 veterans in 21 counties.
Two of the counties served are located in northeastern South Carolina. The facility has two community-based outpatient clinics located in Jacksonville and Wilmington, North Carolina. The medical center has a full array of inpatient and outpatient services utilizing the latest medical technology. Veterans requiring specialized services not available at Fayetteville are referred to the Durham VAMC, or other VA facilities within VISN 6. A magnetic resonance imaging unit located at Ft. Bragg's Womack Army Hospital is the result of a VA/DoD agreement between Womack and Fayetteville VAMC. Additional resources are shared with Pope Air Force Base and Womack Army Hospital under VA/DoD sharing agreements to augment heath care delivery.
The medical center has affiliation agreements with several educational institutions covering 24 different areas of study.