Cape Fear Valley Medical Center

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  • 495-bed facility
  • Cape Fear Valley Medical Center is a non-profit hospital part of the Cape Fear Valley Health System, which is the 9th largest healthcare system in the state
  • In 2012, the facility was named a Top Performing hospital under QUEST, a performance program developed by the federal government, which is the facility’s third consecutive year for the award
  • Cape Fear Valley Health System’s medical facilities include Cape Fear Valley Medical Center, Highsmith-Rainey Specialty Hospital, Cape Fear Valley Rehabilitation Center and Bladen County Hospital, as well as several medical offices and clinics spread throughout the region
Fayetteville, NC Community
  • Located one hour from Raleigh, NC, two hours from Greensboro, NC and two hours and 45 minutes from Charlotte, NC
  • Fayetteville is the 6th largest city and the 5th largest metropolitan area in North Carolina and among the fastest-growing areas in the state strong economy with an incredibly affordable cost of living
  • As home to Fort Bragg, the town has a long standing military presence and is one of the largest army installations in the country
  • Fayetteville is one of ten cities in the United States to be awarded an "All-American City Award" from the National Civic League
  • Fayetteville serves as the region's hub for shops, restaurants, services, lodging, health care and entertainment with more than 1,500 retail shops, 400 restaurants, and 600 banks, real estate agencies and insurance agencies
  • Recreational activities include pristine local parks offering biking, hiking and walking paths, a zip line course, more than 20 golf courses within an hour's drive and the Botanical Gardens
  • The recently-opened Crown Coliseum is used for entertainment, sporting events, concerts, theater productions and special events
  • The Cumberland County school system and the Fort Bragg school system opened multiple brand new facilities in 2012, while the city’s only charter school also opened a new facility for students in 2012
  • Home to multiple post-secondary educational institutions including Fayetteville State University, Fayetteville Technical Community College, and nearby Campbell University