New Hanover Regional Medical Center is a unique, tight-knit organization that is also fortunate to be located in the beautiful, coastal area of Wilmington, North Carolina. NHRMC, a public, not-for-profit teaching hospital and the major tertiary center for a seven-county area is affiliated with The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine. Additionally, we have four accredited Graduate Medical Education programs that provide a collaborative, engaging environment for residents, physicians and patients alike. These programs include:
- Internal Medicine, including a three-year categorical residency and a one-year preliminary program
- General Surgery, including a five-year categorical residency and a one-year preliminary program
- Obstetrics and Gynecology, a four-year residency program
- Family Medicine, a dually accredited MD/DO three-year residency program
At New Hanover Regional Medical Center, we are passionate about ensuring that every person we come in contact with feels valued. This means every patient, but it also means every employee.
We support the foundation of our mission – Leading Our Community to Outstanding Health – by creating an environment where differences are celebrated; opening our doors to welcome everyone who turns to us for healing; and building a team that cares for everyone with respect, dignity and compassion.
Diversity and inclusion aren’t just words to us. They are part of our culture – ensuring that all voices are heard and everyone we serve feels a sense of belonging.
NHRMC believes that to provide excellent care we need a diverse team that includes people who bring a variety of skills, talents and experiences to our organization.
Employee Resource Groups
Highlighting our passion for promoting inclusion and celebrating the differences within our organization, NHRMC has established Employee Resource Groups to support our underrepresented groups within our workforce.
Our Employee Resource Groups include:
- ONYX (African American/Black)
- LEAD (Leadership, Education, and Awareness for Disabilities)
- Todos Unidos – TU (Hispanic/Latinx)
- STAR (LGBTQIA)
Health Equity Department
NHRMC’s Health Equity department provides quality, cross-cultural competency training to staff to help foster a more diverse and inclusive environment. Our Health Equity Department works to identify health disparities within the population to help eliminate them through concrete data collection and stratification; innovative healthcare (re)design; alignment of community partnerships; and with program and opportunity development.
Join Our Diverse Team
Being able to meet the diverse needs of our community requires a diverse team focused on providing care. We welcome physicians with varied interests and skills.
As the largest healthcare provider in the region, we are an Equal Opportunity Employer employing almost 7,000 people.
We invite you to explore our job openings and consider a career with us. Apply today!