Valley Life

Cape Fear Valley Health has grown from a community hospital to a 950-bed regional health system. Cape Fear Valley Medical Center, its flagship hospital, specializes in cardiac care, cancer treatment and surgical services as well as neuroscience, pediatrics, physical rehabilitation, orthopedics and more. A private, not-for-profit organization with more than 1 million patient visits annually, it has eight hospitals with 7,000 employees and 850 physicians.

Our physicians and facilities serve a six-county region of southeastern North Carolina that includes Fayetteville, Fort Bragg, Hope Mills, Raeford, Spring Lake, Lumberton, Elizabethtown, Clinton, Lillington, Dunn, and beyond. Cape Fear Valley Health’s medical facilities include Cape Fear Valley Medical Center, Highsmith-Rainey Specialty Hospital, Cape Fear Valley Rehabilitation Center, Behavioral Health Care, Bladen County Hospital, Hoke Hospital, Central Harnett Hospital, Betsy Johnson Hospital and Health Pavilion North as well as numerous primary and specialty clinics spread throughout the Cape Fear region.

A half-century after its opening day, Cape Fear Valley Health is the healthcare provider of choice for thousands of families in the Cape Fear Region. Our mission is "providing exceptional healthcare for all our patients." To fulfill our mission, we strive to hire healthcare professionals with an exceptional level of passion for patient care. We empower our employees with a dynamic work environment, on-going professional growth opportunities and competitive salaries and benefits.

Cape Fear Valley has been nationally recognized by:

  • Healthgrades as a Top 100 Hospital for Cardiac Care and Coronary Intervention
  • IBM Watson as a Top 50 Cardiovascular Hospital
  • The Leapfrog Group Grade-A for Patient Safety
  • North Carolina-Designated Level Three Trauma Designation
  • The Joint Commission: Disease Specific Certification in Hip Replacement Surgery (Cape Fear Valley Medical Center and Hoke Hospital)
  • The Joint Commission: Disease Specific Certification in Knee Replacement Surgery (Cape Fear Valley Medical Center and Hoke Hospital)
  • The Joint Commission: Disease Specific Certification in Heart Failure
  • The Joint Commission: Disease Specific Certification in Advanced Stroke
  • The Joint Commission: Disease Specific Certification in AMI: Acute Myocardial Infarction
  • The Joint Commission: Disease Specific Certification in Pneumonia (Cape Fear Valley Medical Center and Bladen County Hospital)
  • The Joint Commission: Disease Specific Certification in Advanced Perinatal Care
  • The Joint Commission: Disease Specific Certification in Sepsis (Cape Fear Valley Medical Center and Bladen County Hospital)
  • The Joint Commission: Disease Specific Certification in Wound Care (Highsmith-Rainey Specialty Hospital)
  • The Joint Commission: Disease Specific Certification in Chest Pain (Hoke Hospital)
  • The Joint Commission: Disease Specific Certification in Acute Stroke Ready (Hoke Hospital)
  • American College of Cardiology: Chest Pain Center Accreditation
  • American College of Surgeons National Accreditation Program for Bariatric Surgery: Comprehensive Center
  • American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer: Cancer Center Accreditation
  • American College of Surgeons National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers: Breast Care Center Accreditation
  • Commission on Accreditation of Ambulance Services: EMS

In a thriving, diverse community of more than 319,000 residents, Fayetteville has received the prestigious All-America City Award three times from the National Civic League, and has been recognized for cultural diversity and municipal excellence by the National League of Cities.

Fort Bragg and Pope Army Airfield are located in the western portion of Cumberland County, adjacent to Fayetteville. Home of the Airborne, Special Operations and famed Golden Knights parachute team, Fort Bragg is one of the largest military complexes in the world.

Fayetteville’s central location, mild climate, low cost of living and patriotic spirit make it an ideal city for rising healthcare professionals. As the sixth largest city in North Carolina, and growing, both Fayetteville and Cape Fear Valley Health’s healthcare needs are on the rise. We are looking for exceptional employees to call it home.

The links below will provide more information about our community.