Danielle Spivey Joins Central Carolina Hospital

August 8, 2016

Central Carolina Hospital announces that Danielle Spivey, RN, has joined its staff and will be providing breast health patient navigator services to patients throughout Lee County and surrounding areas. Spivey is a registered nurse who brings more than 12 years of clinical experience to Central Carolina Hospital.    

"Danielle has 12 years of experience in nursing and caring for our community, and she is an excellent addition to our hospital team," said John Maxwell, CEO of Central Carolina Hospital.  "Breast Cancer is an increasing concern, and Danielle's position will be important as Central Carolina Hospital strives to meet our region's evolving healthcare needs and make our community healthier." 

A Breast Health Navigator is unique for a community hospital.  More often found in larger hospitals, navigators provide continuity for patients and their families throughout their healthcare experience during what can be a very stressful time in a woman's life.  In her role, she will coordinate the clinical, educational and supportive needs of patients who are facing a possible breast cancer diagnosis ensuring that they have someone to help navigate the path to care, guiding them through tests, procedures, and the emotions that come with every stage.

Previously, she was Administrative Supervisor at Central Carolina Hospital for 5 years.  Then went on to pursue opportunities in occupational health and community relations. "While away from CCH for a few short years I discovered a passion for community involvement and education," says Danielle Spivey, RN.  "The Patient Navigator role is the perfect combination of all the things that I love."  

She, her husband, and their 2 children live in Sanford, NC.  

Spivey is available now to help guide patients in all aspects of breast care. To schedule a mammogram appointment, please call 919.774.2157.


Central Carolina Hospital, a DukeLifepoint Hospital, is a 137-bed acute care hospital that serves the health care needs of Lee County and surrounding communities.  With over 120 physicians, the hospital offers a wide range of specialties including cardiology, orthopedics, general surgery, obstetrics, gynecology, otolaryngology, emergency medicine, gastroenterology, pediatrics, hospitalist services, internal medicine, nephrology, neurology, hematology, urology, podiatry, dentistry, pulmonary medicine, and wound care and hyperbaric medicine. Hospital services include emergency room, physical and occupational therapy, ophthalmology, cardiac rehabilitation, diagnostic imaging and radiology, inpatient and outpatient surgery, dialysis, maternity services, nutritional counseling by clinical dietitians, and diagnostic cardiac catheterization. Central Carolina Hospital was reaccredited by the Joint Commission for a 3-year period in May 2015.

Committed to providing quality care to the community, the hospital has earned numerous disease-specific quality designations:

American Heart Association Get with the GuidelinesSM Gold Plus Performance AchieveĀ¬ment Award for Heart Failure, January 2016
American Heart Association Get with the GuidelinesSM Gold Plus Performance AchieveĀ¬ment Award for Stroke, January 2016
American College of Radiology Gold Seal Accredited for Mammography, June 2016
Healogics Center of Distinction for Wound Care, February2016
Joint Commission Advanced Certification for Heart Failure, June 2015 
Joint Commission Advanced Primary Stroke Certification, March 2015 
Joint Commission Certification for Chest Pain, December 2015


Crystal Hickman
Public Relations and Marketing Director