Quality of life like nowhere else.
Loving where you work starts with loving where you live. The eastern North Carolina region that Vidant serves is truly spectacular—from riverfront to cityscape to coastline. With its mild climate and breathtaking scenery, it’s no wonder that this unique area is considered one of the best places to live. So the question is, what part of our region makes you tick?
Eastern North Carolina offers an incredibly varied landscape and the lifestyles that go with it. But whatever appeals to you—city lights, stunning shorelines, or homespun charm—you can count on a few similarities across the Coastal Plain that spans east of I-95 to the Outer Banks: four distinct seasons, exceptional quality of life, and weather that beckons you outdoors.
Commute? What Commute?
When you’re part of the Vidant family, you don’t have to travel far to get to work. By foot, bike, bus or car, the going is easy. Let’s hear an “Ahhhh.”
The Outer Banks, Edenton, Washington
Riverside or seaside, life on the water is—well, a way of life. Reel in your very own catch of the day. Build a sandcastle. Visit a centuries-old lighthouse. Learn about the pirates who used to frequent the waters here. And take that kayaking lesson. From beach to boardwalk, waterfront living is as good as it gets for some folks.
Greenville, Pitt County
This college city may be on the smaller side, but it’s packed with opportunity and excitement—which is why Forbes ranked it one of the Best Small Places for Business and Careers. Enjoy a quicker pace here without getting lost in the shuffle. Explore the city’s vibrant, thriving culture. And grow your career in the growing epicenter of Eastern North Carolina.
Ahoskie, Kenansville, Tarboro, Windsor
The stride’s a little slower here, and it’s hard to turn a corner without running into a friendly face—at work or at the market. Spend many a mild evening on the front porch. Try the pickled garden beans your neighbor brought you. Start a conversation with a Vidant Health coworker and pick it up later at your kids’ ball game. That kind of close-knit community is rare—but real.