If you need a prescription refilled, call our office at 910.323.2103, extension 116. Leave a message that includes the name of the pharmacy and the pharmacy location (example, Walgreens in Hope Mills). We have all of the phone numbers for local pharmacies.
Regular Business Hours
Monday-Thursday – 8a.m. to noon and 1p.m. to 5p.m. Morning appointments are available beginning at 8a.m. Afternoon appointments are available beginning at 1p.m. No appointments are available after 4:15p.m.
Friday – 8a.m. to noon. Appointments are available from 8a.m. to 11a.m.
24-hour Phone Service – 910.323.2103
Our automated phone system is designed to expedite your calls and forward them to the appropriate party.
We appreciate your patience and understanding. Our physicians and staff are constantly striving to provide you with the highest quality of care.
We see patients by appointment only. Routine and annual visits are generally scheduled several weeks in advance.
At Fayetteville Woman’s Care, we pride ourselves on staying on schedule. Even though the nature of our practice is extremely unpredictable, we have designed our practice with your needs in mind. Please be assured that if you require a last-minute appointment (due to an immediate medical need) during business hours, we are set up to accommodate you. We are pleased to be one of the few practices in Fayetteville that can boast that our patients spend a relatively short time between signing in and seeing her doctor or nurse.
Because of the size of our exam and ultrasound rooms we ask that you limit the number of people accompanying you to one.
Appointments are not required for lab work (including pregnancy tests or repeat labs where a physician visit is not needed) or injections (Depo, flu shot, etc.). You may come to the office between 8a.m. and 11a.m., Monday through Friday, or between 1p.m. and 4p.m., Monday through Thursday.
We accept most insurance, including TriCare, BCBS, Aetna, Medicaid, Medicare, etc. Check with your carrier to ensure that we are an in network provider.
Medical Records Release
If you need the release of your medical records, you need to come into the Fayetteville Woman’s Care office. A signed Medical Records Release form is required. Please bring proper identification when requesting or picking up records.