- Clinic is open Mon-Thurs, with half days on Fridays
- Patient-centered health home setting
- Not-for-profit, Federally Qualified Health Center
- Center participates in many community events, and health fairs, providing information on our medical, dental, behavioral health and specialty services.
- Group has multiple locations serving over 22,000 annually throughout a six-county region of southeastern North Carolina
Compensation & Benefits:
- Competitive salaries and benefits
- Modern, clean, state-of-the-art facilities
- Competent and caring support staff
- Positive work/life balance
- Located in designated medically underserved areas & HPSAs
- Eligible: NHSC site, NC Medical Society Foundation, NC-ORHCC
Known as the home of Fort Bragg, one of the biggest military bases in the world, Fayetteville is a thriving community with an up and coming downtown area. Located in the Sandhills region of southeastern North Carolina, the city of Fayetteville was named an “All American City” multiple times by the National Civic League. With over 200,000 residents currently residing in the area, Fayetteville is the 6th largest city in the state of North Carolina.
With a low unemployment rate and growing defense industry, multiple American defense contractors are moving to the area and creating jobs for residents. Also ranked as one of the best retail markets in the country, the area has fantastic places for shopping, dining, entertainment, and quality healthcare. Fayetteville, North Carolina is a very historic area with cobblestone walkways, historic buildings, and multiple museums dedicated to our nation’s military. Centrally located between the state’s mountains and coastline, living in Fayetteville has many perks to offer its residents.
One of the best parts about living in Fayetteville is the proximity to the North Carolina beaches. Only about an hour and forty-five-minute drive to the nearest beach, taking a day trip is easy and worth the drive. Perfect for taking friends and family, the beaches of North Carolina are known to be quiet and pristine. There are tons of small beach towns all over the coast that are the perfect example of southern charm.
The cost of living in Fayetteville is below the United States average. To live here, the cost of living is actually 20% lower than that of the national average. Utility prices in the area are 5% lower than the national average and grocery prices are 4% lower. The education system in Fayetteville is part of what makes living here a wonderful place to raise a family. There are 52 elementary schools, 18 middle schools, 2 charter schools, 17 high schools, and 20 private schools. Fayetteville State University, Methodist University, Fayetteville Technical Community College, Miller-Motte College, Grace College of Divinity, and the Carolina College of Biblical Studies are all great public and private universities in the area.
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