Southeastern Health

Southeastern Health Fast Facts

The history of Southeastern Health dates back to 1906 when Dr. Neill A. Thompson opened the first hospital in Robeson County. The Thompson Hospital consolidated with the Baker Sanatorium, under the direction of Dr. Horace M. Baker, Sr., to form the Baker-Thompson Memorial Hospital in 1946. These two older facilities were replaced by a new 140-bed hospital known as Robeson County Memorial Hospital in 1953. On January 1, 1960, the hospital's name was changed to Southeastern General Hospital to reflect more accurately our service to all of southeastern North Carolina. In 1994, after a number of expansion programs, the organization became

Southeastern Regional Medical Center. On January 1, 2013, the organization's name was changed to Southeastern Health while the medical center retained the Southeastern Regional Medical Center name.

UNC Health Southeastern has announced that its medical center has received the North Carolina Maternity Center Breastfeeding-Friendly Designation from the North Carolina Division of Public Health. UNC Health Southeastern was designated with three stars for their efforts in implementing policies and practices that support a breastfeeding-friendly environment for patients. The designation is based on the World Health Organization's Ten Steps to Successful Breastfeeding . These steps support initiation, exclusivity and continuation of breastfeeding.

UNC Health Southeastern is accepting walk-ins for COVID-19 vaccinations at two locations today, Monday, March 1, until 5 p.m.: Southeastern COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic located at 2901 North Elm Street, Lumberton, and Southeastern COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic at The Oaks, located at 725 Oakridge Boulevard, Suite A1, also in Lumberton. According to NC DHHS, those who are eligible to receive the vaccine include: emergency personnel, healthcare professionals, individuals age 65 and over, and teachers and all school personnel who are currently in or returning to in-person roles at daycares, preschools and/or K-12 schools.

Making an Appointment

The hallmarks of Southeastern Health are to provide world class care and excellent services to patients. We offer comprehensive and specialty care for people of all ages. Eight specialty clinics and 19 primary care clinics are located all throughout Robeson County and the surrounding region. We also operate affiliates that provide services such as rehabilitation, prevention, support, and health education services.

Looking for a Doctor?

Whether you are new to the area or have lived here for years, this directory can help you identify physicians on our staff and their areas of study and medical expertise. You may locate a physician by last name, specialty or practice name. [ Click Here ]

Physician Services

To learn more about Physician Services, call (910) 671-5195. A map with directions to each clinic is available on this website. Detailed information about each clinic is also available.

Primary Care Clinics

Southeastern Physician Services operates 19 primary care clinics, 14 of which are strategically located throughout Robeson County, and five of which are located within Bladen, Cumberland and Scotland Counties. Our staff specializes in providing quality family or internal medicine services, including routine and pre-employment physicals, drug screenings, preventive medicine, blood pressure checks, allergy injections, immunizations, family planning, pregnancy tests, and PAP smears.

Specialty Clinics

Southeastern Physician Services operates centers for a wide variety of specialties. Our Specialty Clinics are designed to provide our patients with convenient, regular access to a variety of area medical specialists who have consulting privileges. They are also responsible for scheduling patients to use hospital services.


All of the Southeastern Health affiliate clinics operate to provide world-class care and excellent services to our patients. You will find an exceptional staff of professionals committed to providing the highest quality of care. We offer an extensive array of health and medical services which includes a comprehensive outpatient cancer center, outpatient diabetes self-care training program, consumer health library, and home care and hospice services, just to name a few. All of our clinics are available to provide all-inclusive health care needs to the Robeson County community and surrounding region.[ Click Here ]

Southeastern Physician Services

Southeastern Health's Physician Services operates more than 40 primary care, specialty and urgent care clinics throughout Robeson County and in Bladen, Cumberland and Scotland counties. Highly skilled physicians, physician assistants and family nurse practitioners are available in communities across the region to improve the health of the patients we serve. Let us be your partner in better health.

SeHealth Physician Services will not discriminate in the provision of services to an individual because: i) the individual is unable to pay; ii) because payment would be made under Medicare, Medicaid, or the Children's Health Insurance Plan (CHIP); or iii) based upon the individual's race, color, sex, national origin, disability, religion, age*, or sexual orientation.

No one will be denied access to services due to inability to pay; and ii) there is a discounted/sliding fee schedule available.

Primary Care Clinics

Southeastern Health Physician Services operates 13 primary care clinics, eight of which are strategically located throughout Robeson County, and three of which are located within Bladen, Cumberland and Scotland Counties. Our staff specializes in providing quality family or internal medicine services, including routine and pre-employment physicals, drug screenings, preventive medicine, blood pressure checks, allergy injections, immunizations, family planning, pregnancy tests, and PAP smears.

Southeastern Health Mall Clinic

2934 N. Elm Street, Suite B,
Lumberton, NC 28358
Tel no.: (910) 272-1175
Regular Hours: 8:00am - 5:00pm M-F
Extended Hours : 5:00pm - 8:00pm M-F
Extended Hours: 8:00am - 8:00pm Sat-Sun
Closed for Lunch: 12:00pm - 1:00pm

Medical Staff:

  • Barry Graham, P.A.-C.
  • Amy Locklear, F.N.P.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding your visit or other issues, please contact Camille Villagomez at (910) 735-8665

Surgery Center

An outpatient surgery center serving Southeastern North Carolina and Northeastern South Carolina. A partnership of local physicians and Southeastern Regional Medical Center working for the good of our community.

Our Modern Facility

The Surgery Center is licensed by the State of North Carolina to perform surgeries requiring no overnight hospital stay. Our certification by Medicare and the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC) attest to our strict medical protocols and safety standards. Our systems and practices ensure patients consistently experience the highest quality care. We treat patients regardless of race, color, creed, manual skills, visual or speech impairments.

Designed for patients

  • 7 state-of-the-art surgical and procedure rooms
  • Pre-surgery and recovery bays for privacy and comfort
  • Recovery room for children and adults requiring special attention
  • Onsite pharmacy
  • Onsite pre-surgery testing and physician offices
  • Free convenient onsite parking
  • Relaxing reception room and foyer + outdoor walking trail

At your physician's office , you will complete a medical history and sign your physician's informed consent. (We will also ask you to sign surgical and anesthesia consents on your day of surgery.) Prior to your surgery, call your doctor if you have questions about your procedure, and if there is any change in your physical condition, such as a cold, cough or fever.

Our nurse will call at least one day before your surgery to confirm your arrival time and answer questions about The Surgery Center. She will ask about your medical history, anesthesia experiences, and medications and supplements. Please tell the nurse if there is a possibility you're pregnant. Call 910.887.2361 if you have not received our call by 4:00 PM the day before your surgery.

You must arrange to have a responsible adult accompany you to the center, drive you home after surgery and stay with you for the first 24 hours. You will not be permitted to drive yourself home after discharge since you will be affected by the anesthesia and pain medications. Your companion may remain in the reception room during your procedure to receive updates and your surgeon's report. (Parents of pediatric patients may remain with their child until surgery and rejoin their child in recovery.) For the first 24 hours at home, you must have a responsible adult stay with you to monitor your recovery.

How long will your surgery take? For most procedures, you can expect to be at The Surgery Center 3 to 4 hours from admission to discharge. Check with your doctor about the specifics of your surgery.


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