Wayne County Healthcare
Wayne County is home to an abundance of quality healthcare resources, including some of the nation’s leading physicians and nurses. We’re just up the street from some of the state’s best regional hospitals as well, so you are never too far from getting the best medical treatment possible.
Wayne UNC Healthcare Hospital
Founded in 1896, Wayne UNC Healthcare Hospital
has provided quality care to our regional resident’s for over a century. Part of the UNC Healthcare
network, the hospital employs nearly 1,400 professionals in a wide range of specialties including Cardiopulmonary, Cancer Care, Diabetes Care, Endoscopy, Pediatrics, Neurodiagnostics and Rehabilitation.
Beyond Wayne County, our residents have access to the finest healthcare in the State of North Carolina and the Southeast. Lenoir Memorial Hospital
in Kinston, WakeMed
and Duke Raleigh Hospital
in Raleigh, as well as UNC Hospitals
in Chapel Hill and Duke University Hospital
in Durham provide the best in research and specialty care.
Veterans living in Wayne, Duplin, Lenoir, Sampson and Harnett Counties have access to primary care, mental health, women's care, lab services, tele-health, tele-retinal care and secure messaging via the Goldsboro Community Based Outpatient Clinic
. Seymour Johnson AFB partners offer access to radiology, physical therapy and an anticoagulation clinic.
Mental Health Resources
O’Berry Neuro-Medical Treatment Center
provides best-in-class mental health resources to the Wayne County region. OBNMTC is a regional, state-operated medical facility focused on providing medical, nursing, and vocational rehabilitation services to adults and elderly persons with medical complications as well as developmental disabilities. The center serves on average 290 individuals from 65 different counties and employs over 1,000.