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Medicare Performace Measures


Same as the national average


Below the national average


Above the national average

Patient Experience

Same as the national average


Below the national average


Same as the national average

Efficient Use of Medial Imaging

Above the national average


CARY, NC 27518

WakeMed Cary Hospital is the only hospital in Cary, NC and western Wake County, specializing in babies, womens, surgery, cardiac and emergency care.

Wakemed, Cary Hospital is one of the acute care hospitals/facilities located in Wake County, NC.

Wakemed, Cary Hospital does have an emergency room. They use electronic medical records.

Wakemed, Cary Hospital is a voluntary non-profit - private hospital.

Hospital Hours

Monday Open 24 hours
Tuesday Open 24 hours
Wednesday Open 24 hours
Thursday Open 24 hours
Friday Open 24 hours
Saturday Open 24 hours
Sunday Open 24 hours

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I had an outpatient surgery at WakeMed in Cary and it was filled with the most pleasant people I have ever encountered at a hospital. From registration and checking in, to the CNAs and nurse aids helping me get dressed to each nurse, it was kindness and warm faces during a more unpleasant time in life. I don't have many hospital experiences to compare, as I'm in my 30's and healthy but I will not go anywhere else should I need any type of procedure in the future because everyone here was outstanding. Thank you for making an uncomfortable experience much better! (a week ago)

My parents have unfortunately been here multiple times in the last 4 months, and ALL staff (from the absolute cleaning crew to the doctors) have been wonderful. Today Wendy T, a new nurse in the ED absolutely made our day. Thank you to everyone for your hard work and compassion. (a month ago)

I just returned to my college campus from the ER this evening. I can honestly say my experience and care was EXCELLENT. My friend and I did have to wait over 2.5 hours, but with flu season in full swing, I kinda understand. My PA and my nurse Katherine (or Kat) was very caring and professional. Unfortunately, I got diagnosed with pneumonia on top of the flu, but the staff made me feel better with their care and empathy. I would highly suggest WakeMed Cary Hospital to anyone! (3 months ago)

I brought my wife to the ER here on March 31 for real bad headaches, forgetfulness, and an almost inability to function, and the staff was outstanding. From the folks who checked us in; to the nurse, a tall gentleman with red hair, who registered her and took her vital signs; to our nurse Kristen, who took care of her once she got back to a room; to Jessica, our PA, who ordered her a CAT Scan, which revealed my wife was suffering from fluid build up in the brain, or hydrocephalus, to the Critical Care transport crew, who transported her to the main hospital in Raleigh, where she had a VP shunt installed to drain the fluid, and she is almost a completely different person because of it! I couldn't be happier with the care we received. Thank you to all!! (2 weeks ago)

If I could give the ER department a 0 I would. I rushed my 10month here after a dog bite and when we got there, they treated us like she had a cold or something less severe. We were both covered in her blood and I had no idea how severe her wounds are. Even after we finally got a room, it did not seem urgent for anyone to help us or confort us. While my child was in pain and suffering, they wasted 3 1/2 hours of our time just to tell us that we needed to go to WakeMed Raleigh so she could get stitches. Meanwhile, they wanted to do a catscan which I’m positive could have waited until after my child had been given medicine and stitched up. Once they released us and we drove ourselves to WakeMed Raleigh because we declined to wait an hour for their transport van, we got there during the night shift and had to wait so much longer to get the stitches than if we went there earlier. They completely wasted our time and let my kid suffer. Joke of a healthcare system. (a week ago)

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