Vidant Duplin Hospital

Vidant Duplin Hospital

401 N Main St, Kenansville NC 28349 | 910-296-0941 | Contact Us, Open 24 Hours

Dedicated to Caring for Our Community

Vidant Duplin Hospital is an outstanding facility located in Kenansville, a picture-book town that’s big on friendly. You can count on compassionate care and personal attention here at our 101-bed facility, where our dedicated staff is committed to providing you with state-of-the-art services. Every day, we’re improving patient outcomes because we have access to the resources, research and clinical expertise of a major health care system.

Our number one priority is to help the people of Duplin County live a healthier and happier life. That's why we offer events in the community designed to help you get in touch with your health. Look for our Community Health Services Team at health fairs, wellness screenings, education programs and other events focused on helping you take better care of yourself and your family. We also welcome opportunities to share information with civic and church groups.

Latino Services

Our Latino Health Care Access program provides Spanish-speaking patients and their families information on the services available at Vidant Duplin. The program also offers Spanish classes and cultural training to health care professionals. Please call 910-296-2656 for more information.

Stroke Care

Because stroke is a significant area of concern for eastern North Carolina, we’re especially proud that our hospital has been certified as a Primary Stroke Center by the Joint Commission. This high distinction means that Vidant Duplin Hospital has the doctors and the treatments that you need in a hurry to have the best chance of recovery.

Services Provided

Visiting

Like all Vidant Health hospitals and facilities, we’re patient- and family-centered—which means we recognize what an important role loved ones play in the healing process. Please help us keep visits safe and comfortable for everyone by following these guidelines:

  • Wash your hands each time you enter and leave a patient’s room
  • Stay home if you’re not feeling well 
  • Make sure children under 12 are supervised by an adult other than the patient
  • Don’t bring weapons or use tobacco on our campus
  • Always wear a shirt and shoes

Thank you for helping us promote a restful and healing environment.