Vidant Medical Center in the day time.

Vidant Medical Center

2100 Stantonsburg Road, Greenville NC 27834 | 252-847-4100 | Contact Us, Open 24 Hours

Top In Our Region

Located in Greenville, the fast-growing cultural hub of eastern North Carolina, Vidant Medical Center is the heart of the Vidant Health system. We have more than 900 licensed beds and are proud to offer extensive inpatient and outpatient services to more than 1.4 million people across 29 counties.

Vidant Medical Center is the third largest Level I Trauma Center in the nation and serves as the flagship teaching hospital for the Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University. We are a tertiary care referral center and designated Magnet hospital. Our thousands of dedicated health care professionals include specialists from all over the country and around the world.

Every day, we work to improve patient outcomes through groundbreaking research, innovative technologies and award-winning programs and services at our state-of-the-art facilities. Putting patients first is more than a goal here — it’s a way of life. That’s why we continue to be recognized nationally for our patient- and family-centered approach to care, and why we’re the ultimate regional resource for comprehensive health services and clinical expertise.

Honored for Quality Stroke Care

Vidant Medical Center is one of four hospitals east of I-95 to be certified as a Primary Stroke Center by the Joint Commission, the organization that sets standards for and accredits hospitals in the United States. This designation means that we have the trained staff and dedicated resources to care for anyone suffering from stroke. It's also a sign of our commitment to improve our patients' outcomes.

Stroke treatment is fast at Vidant Medical Center. At the first sign of trouble, we call a "code stroke" and our stroke response team begins immediate care. We also give patients a clot-busting drug to treat a certain type of stroke called ischemic. This drug, called tPA, is the only FDA-approved medication for ischemic stroke.

Community Health Programs

Community health has always been a top priority at Vidant Medical Center. We dedicate substantial resources each year to programs and services that focus on helping our community members achieve a brighter future. A few of these programs are described below.  

Pitt Partners for Health (PPH)

PPH is a partnership between local churches, businesses, communities and human service agencies. This organization works to improve the health of Pitt County residents in several ways:

  • Assessing community health needs
  • Identifying and developing resources to deal with health needs
  • Speaking out on health issues
  • Coordinating treatment and prevention plans

Some of PPH’s most notable achievements through the years include:

  • Medical and dental programs for the uninsured
  • Cooking demonstrations at the Farmer’s Market to encourage fruit and vegetable consumption
  • Food Literacy Partners training program
  • Community Health Hero awards
  • Diabetes CARE Project
  • Youth substance abuse prevention
  • Senior driver safety courses

School Health Services

We work through area schools to help students manage a wide range of physical, social, emotional and behavioral problems that can affect their academic performance.

Keeping Kids Healthy

Vidant Medical Center provides school nurses to students in grades K-8 in Pitt County Schools. These registered nurses work in the schools to help teachers, parents and students deal with health issues that may affect academic performance.

Senior Services

Senior citizens are the fastest growing segment of our population. Vidant Medical Center collaborates with local providers and community-based agencies to establish special programs to help people who are 55 or older lead healthier, more independent lives. Services include health promotion and screenings, disease management and immunizations.

We also provide outreach activities for seniors including the EastStriders walking club, the annual Elder Fair, Senior Games and more.

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.