About Bladen County Hospital

ExpressCare
Faster Than The E.R. For All Your Minor Illnesses and Injuries

Should It Be  ExpressCare?

ExpressCare can treat minor emergencies, such as: 

• Fever
• Earache, sore throat
• Flu-like symptoms, colds, upper respiratory infections
• Vomiting, nausea, diarrhea
• Simple or suspected bone fractures, strains and sprains
• Cuts that may need stitches, other simple wounds
• Rashes and minor allergic reactions
• Painful or burning urination
Of course, when in doubt about the seriousness  of an illness or injury, please call 911 and/or go to an emergency department.

Or The Emergency Department?

Cape Fear Valley Medical Center’s Emergency Department is the place to go for serious illness or injury, such as:

• Severe pain
• Severe bleeding
• Difficulty breathing
• Stroke symptoms
• Compound bone fractures that break through the skin
• Chest pain or other signs of a heart attack 
• Loss of consciousness
• Severe asthma attacks
• Seizures

The Children’s Emergency Department at Cape Fear Valley Medical Center specializes in the care and treatment of children.

Health Pavilion North ExpressCare
Ramsey Street & Andrews Road
Open 7 Days A Week
9 a.m. - 7 p.m.
615-3879

Highsmith-Rainey ExpressCare
150 Robeson Street
Downtown Fayetteville 
Open 7 Days a Week
7 a.m. – 11 p.m.
615-1220

Cape Fear Valley ExpressCare
1638 Owen Drive
Located on the Melrose Road side of Cape Fear Valley Medical Center
Open 7 Days a Week
9 a.m. - 7 p.m
615-4372  

 


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