It isn’t enough to work for an incredible organization—you need incredible opportunities, too. As a physician or advanced practice provider, you’ll find what you’re looking for—and then some—at Vidant Health. We’re recruiting professionals who want to grow their careers in dynamic and inspiring environments, both clinical and non-clinical. Whether you want to explore your potential at a large teaching hospital, an ambulatory clinic or standalone practice, you’ll be part of a fast-growing system that’s at the forefront of evidence-based medicine and patient-centered care.

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Numerous positions. Unlimited possibilities.

An academic medical center, seven community hospitals, nearly 80 physician practices, home health, hospice, wellness centers and numerous community partners—we offer a comprehensive range of services to 1.4 million people in eastern North Carolina. But the diversity of our system means more than a variety of jobs and experiences. It’s about system-wide performance—so wherever you are in the Vidant Health family, you’ll have access to the resources of a world-class health care system.

Our challenging patient cases and inspiring colleagues draw amazing people here—from surgeon to physician assistant to nurse practitioner. When you work at Vidant Health, you’re choosing a progressive system that’s known for innovation and groundbreaking technology—like North America’s first robot-assisted total mitral valve repair. A system that’s top-ranked in many competitive fields and nationally recognized for our commitment to quality and patient satisfaction—and where we celebrate the people who make us great. Come join our incredibly talented team and see where Vidant Health can take you.

Driving innovation. Defining greatness.

Why Vidant Health?

Working for Vidant Health means being part of a reputable, well-established system of care—but one that’s growing fast. While other health care systems are facing challenges, we’re expanding. Like our new 78,000-square-foot children’s hospital at Vidant Medical Center. Or the $200 million cancer center that’s slated to open in 2017 and position Vidant Health as the hub of cancer care in eastern North Carolina. And that’s just the beginning.

“I knew I was going to come back when I left. I felt that this is a very unique environment. I think it’s unusual to find an academic atmosphere that has a community feel to it—associated with a major university. And I wanted my kids to grow up here.”

Dr. Mark Bowling

Internal Medicine

East Carolina Heart Institute; Vidant Health