UPDATE: Fayetteville VA Coastal Sites Closed Sept. 12-14; Inland Sites Operating Under Normal Conditions

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C.  — As a precautionary measure in advance of Hurricane Florence’s anticipated landfall, Fayetteville VA Medical Center’s coastal clinics – Wilmington Heath Care Center, and Brunswick County and Jacksonville Community-based Outpatient Clinics will close Tuesday afternoon at closing and remain closed through Friday, Sept. 14.

All other Fayetteville VA’s sites of care such as the Fayetteville VA main campus, Fayetteville Health Care Center, Hamlet, Goldsboro and Sanford CBOCs, etc. are currently operating on a normal schedule.

NOTE: These operating schedules are subject to change depending on weather conditions.  Medical Center officials are monitoring weather conditions and will communicate any changes to our status, if necessary.

Patients at our coastal clinics are being contacted to notify them of appointment changes (moved up when possible, if cancelled will be scheduled at earliest available date).

Patients and staff alike, please exercise caution and place safety first. Along with our Facebook page, you may also check our FNCVAMC web page http://www.fayettevillenc.va.gov/ or call 1 (910) 488-2120 or for additional updates.

Our Urgent Care Center (UCC) and inpatient services, located in Fayetteville at 2300 Ramsey Street, remain open 24/7.