2100 Stantonsburg Rd.
Greenville, NC 27834
Located in Greenville, the fast-growing cultural hub of eastern North Carolina, ECU Health Medical Center is the heart of the ECU Health system. We have 974 licensed beds and are proud to offer extensive inpatient and outpatient services to more than 1.4 million people across 29 counties.
ECU Health Medical Center serves as the flagship teaching hospital for the Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University. We are a tertiary care referral center and in 2018, achieved Magnet® recognition for the second time, designated by the American Nurses Credentialing Center. Learn more about our Magnet® recognition here.
We are proud of the dedicated nurses who care for eastern North Carolina and the patients and families we serve.
We’re equally proud of the thousands of dedicated health care professionals who are part of the ECU Health team and 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.
ECU Health Medical Center's neurological surgery department exceeds the national benchmark for the American Heart Association's stroke quality measures. ECU Health Medical Center serves as the regional leader for a stroke system of care, partnering with regional hospitals within the ECU Health system to optimize care. The hospital—which earned Comprehensive Stroke Center designation from The Joint Commission in July 2018—is home to the region’s only Neuroscience Intensive Care Unit, with 24 beds dedicated to neurosurgical and neuromedicine patients. It is the only hospital in our service area providing 24/7 endovascular care. This designation underscores our dedication to caring for people suffering from stroke and supporting their care needs before, during and after a stroke may occur.
It’s important to start prenatal care early – ideally before you even get pregnant – because your health directly affects the health of your baby. Your body will go through many changes during pregnancy. Routine medical visits and testing will help guide you through the process.
Like all ECU 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:
Thank you for helping us promote a restful and healing environment.