Jones Center for Women's Health began offering care as a "new" practice in 2004, but in many significant ways we have a rich history serving the community dating back to 1979 under Valley Women's Center of Fayetteville. Since that time, our mission and values have remained the same.
Our team of physicians, nurses, and medical staff are committed to providing a nurturing, supporting environment and we take pride in our individualized and personalized patient care. We are thankful for the opportunity to serve our community and we look forward to continuing on our journey of building trust, developing relationships, and making a difference.
From the beginning of my pregnancy through the delivery process, every single staff member has been friendly and personal. I was surprised how quickly they learned my name and remembered that I have a two-year-old at home! All the doctors and nurses are very helpful and personable: I never felt uncomfortable or like I was being a bother with my questions, which I had felt with other practices. Whitney, in particular, is awesome. I have felt so supported, and not just for my physical health either.
Best place that I have found!! Dr. Jones is very nice and takes time to answer questions. The whole staff is very professional and caring. I have been to other office in Dunn (Dr. Zich) where you had to go to Betsy Johnson hospital for everything like getting blood drawn and ultrasounds. Not here - they do everything in their office. So much more convenient.
I love everybody at this office there are nice they listened to my concerns. This is my 1st time going to them and I would highly recommend them.
“Our care philosophy is to provide comprehensive, personal care in a community oriented environment. Our care is driven not only by our medical expertise, but also by our respect for the values and convictions of our patients”
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