Fayetteville VA Medical Center

The Fayetteville Veterans Affairs Health Care Center is a newer facility built in Fayetteville, North Carolina. It’s located within 10 miles of the U.S. Army Fort Bragg base as well as Pope U.S. Army Airfield. The Fayetteville VA Center service area is home to more than 70,000 veterans in 21 Counties. They receive primary, specialty and long-term medical care through collaborative teams dedicated to the Fayetteville VA facility.

Mesothelioma Hope has no affiliation with and is not endorsed or sponsored by Fayetteville VA Medical Center. Any contact information listed is for informational purposes only. You have the right to contact Fayetteville VA Medical Center directly.

About the Fayetteville VA Medical Center

The Fayetteville VA Medical Center opened in November 2015. The new facility amalgamated two old VA medical centers operating in Fayetteville since World War II. At one time, Fort Bragg, Pope AAFB, Camp Lejeune and nearby Seymour Johnson Air Force base contained nearly 300,000 military personnel. This number didn’t include Reserve, National Guard, and civilian support staff. Many veterans chose to retire in the Fayetteville VA catchment area.

Primary, specialty and long-term services are the core focus for Fayetteville VA Medical Center professionals. Their mission statement reflects President Abraham Lincoln’s commitment to veterans with his words, “To care for him who shall have borne the battle, and for his widow, and his orphan.” With that, Fayetteville VA Center includes veterans’ families in an overall health care approach.

The Fayetteville VA facility is a Complexity Level 2 Medical Center. This means it delivers a wide range of general and specialty services including a small research and education department. There are 50 beds dedicated to general medical, surgical and mental health needs of veterans. Another 69 beds are maintained in the Community Living Center (CLC), and 150 long-term spaces are available in Fayetteville’s nursing home.

Fayetteville is one of two health care centers in the region. Another facility affiliated with the new complex is set in nearby Wilmington. Completing the veteran’s care facility are Community Based Outpatient Clinics (CBOCs) providing outreach care in Sanford, Robeson County, Jacksonville, Hamlet, Goldsboro and Brunswick County. In all, the Fayetteville VA Medical Center serves 70,000 veterans across southeastern North Carolina and northwestern South Carolina. That accounts for 700,000 annual hospital and outpatient visits.

In Stock Now
Limited Time OfferMesothelioma Treatment Planner
  • Track Appointments
  • Organize Medications
  • Monitor Symptoms and Diet

Get Your Free Planner

Fayetteville VA Medical Center Location & Overview

The Fayetteville VA Medical Center delivers services through collaboration with Patient Aligned Care Teams. These are healthcare professionals consisting of primary care physicians, nurses and administration staff. They include the patient and their family members in every decision making process. Other support members are added to the patient’s aligned team if additional support services are required to meet the team’s needs and goals.

The new Fayetteville VA Center replaced previous medical centers in Breezewood and Village Green. Now fully operational, the Fayetteville center has nearly 260,000 net usable square feet to provide health care services.

The facility’s address and contact information are:

Fayetteville VA Medical center

2300 Ramsey Street

Fayetteville, NC 28301

910-488-2120 or 800-771-6106

This leading VA facility in Fayetteville is fully accredited by the College of American Pathologists, the Joint Commission, the Mammography Department from the American College of Radiology and the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities for homeless veterans. All primary care physicians are board-certified in internal medicine and family practice. Mid-level providers like nurse practitioners and physician assistants are also board-certified.

Repeatedly, the Fayetteville VA Center is recognized for going above and beyond in supporting veterans from all military service branches. Core values include integrity, commitment, advocacy, respect, and excellence.

Mesothelioma doctor talking with an older couple
Free Mesothelioma Specialist Match

We'll help you connect with a local mesothelioma doctor for personalized treatment.

Find a Specialist Near Me

Services Provided at the Fayetteville VA Medical Center

Fayetteville VA Medical Center provides three distinct medical service lines. They’re divided into primary, specialty and long-term categories. Each offers a broad range of services with strong emphasis placed on health care prevention.

Primary medical services include:

  • Cancer screening
  • Diabetes prevention and treatment
  • High cholesterol management
  • Obesity treatment
  • Osteoporosis treatment
  • Prostate disease prevention and treatment
  • Mental health and trauma management
  • Smoking cessation
  • Substance abuse intervention
  • Traumatic brain injury screening
  • Women’s health screening

The Specialty Care Patient Program involves specialized surgical procedures. It also includes treatment s through audiology, neurology, and radiation.

Specialized treatments offered at Fayetteville VA center are:

  • Audiology
  • Ophthalmology
  • Optometry
  • Orthopedics
  • Podiatry
  • Speech pathology
  • Surgical specialties

14 Questions to Ask Your Doctor packet
Free Download: Questions to Ask Your Doctor
  • Preparing for Treatment
  • Finding Clinical Trials
  • Getting a Second Opinion

Get Your Free Download

Long-term patient programs focus on patient recovery and comfort. Caregivers provide special attention for veterans wounded in battle. That includes limb loss, motor skill impairment and those suffering emotional issues like Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.

Mesothelioma Symptom Checklist

Monitor your health using our free symptoms checklist for a better chance at early diagnosis and treatment.

Get Your Free Checklist

Mesothelioma Hope was founded by a team of passionate health advocates to educate people about this aggressive form of cancer. Mesothelioma affects thousands of people each year. Our team works tirelessly to give hope to those impacted by mesothelioma. Learn more about operating principles and our Editorial Guidelines.

7 References
  1. Department of Veterans Affairs Locations, “Fayetteville VA Health Care Center”, Retrieved from https://www.va.gov/directory/guide/facility.asp?id=6401 Accessed on February 12, 2018

  2. Department of Veterans Affairs, “About the Fayetteville VA Health Care Center”, Retrieved from https://www.fayettevillenc.va.gov/locations/Fayetteville_Health_Care_Center.asp Accessed on February 12, 2018

  3. Department of Veterans Affairs, “Fayetteville VA Health Care Center Services”, Retrieved from https://www.fayettevillenc.va.gov/services/ Accessed on February 12, 2018

  4. Department of Veterans Affairs, “Fayetteville VA Health Care Center Primary Services”, Retrieved from https://www.fayettevillenc.va.gov/services/primary.asp Accessed on February 12, 2018

  5. Department of Veterans Affairs, “Fayetteville VA Health Care Center Specialty Services”, Retrieved from https://www.fayettevillenc.va.gov/services/specialty.asp Accessed on February 12, 2018

  6. Department of Veterans Affairs, “Fayetteville VA Health Care Center Facility Guide”, Retrieved from https://www.va.gov/directory/guide/facility.asp?id=50 Accessed on February 12, 2018

  7. Fayetteville VA Health Care Center, “Fact Sheet”, Retrieved from https://www.fayettevillenc.va.gov/images/Fayetteville_VA_Health_Care_Center_Fact_Sheet_Nov_2015.pdf Accessed on February 12, 2018

Speak to a Patient Advocate About Your Options

If you or someone you love has been diagnosed with mesothelioma, there is hope. Contact us to learn more about mesothelioma and your treatment options.

  • Latest Treatment Information
  • Financial Assistance for Treatment
  • VA Benefits Help

Submit your information and a Patient Advocate will call you right back!

Complete the Form to Speak to a Patient Advocate