Vidant Wellness Center Openings/Closings | Eastern North Carolina Now

Press Release:

    Members from any location are welcomed at our Greenville location if you are in town. Please don't make a special trip as the roads are hazardous.

Ahoskie:
    Tuesday 10/11: Closing at 9pm
    Wednesday 10/12: 5:30am - 9pm

Greenville:
    Tuesday 10/11: 5am - 9pm
    Wednesday 10/12: 7am - TBD (In line with City of Greenville curfew)

Washington:
    Tuesday 10/11: CLOSED
    Wednesday 10/12: 6am - TBD

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  • Contact: Russell Allen
  •     Vidant Wellness Center - Greenville

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