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To protect the health of patients, their loved ones and the medical staff, Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center has implemented temporary visitor restrictions that will remain in effect through the remainder of the flu season.

  • Children age 12 and under may not visit patients.
  • Only healthy adult visitors and healthy family members age 13 and older are permitted to visit patients

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The treatments of tomorrow are being developed today by the ideas and innovations of our scientists and physicians. But these ideas and innovations require scientific study to advance. 

Wake Forest Baptist Health conducts hundreds of clinical trials every year in an effort to detect, treat and prevent disease. By participating in a research study, you may provide future generations with the promise of better health. 

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Wake Forest Baptist in the News

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NIH Awards $8 Million to Wake Forest Baptist for Alcohol Addiction Research Center

The National Institutes of Health has awarded Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center a grant worth an estimated $8 million over five years for the establishment of a new center for research into alcohol addiction.

NIH Awards $8 Million to Wake Forest Baptist for  Alcohol Addiction Research Center
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Noninvasive Brainwave Technology Improved Post-Traumatic Stress Symptoms in Military Personnel

A noninvasive brainwave mirroring technology significantly reduced symptoms of post-traumatic stress in military personnel in a pilot study conducted at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center.

Noninvasive Brainwave Technology Improved Post-Traumatic Stress Symptoms in Military Personnel
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85-Year-Old Volunteer Raises Almost $200,000 for Brenner Children’s Patients

Twenty years ago, Mary Alspaugh created the Santa’s Elves program at Brenner Children’s Hospital, part of Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center. Since its inception, the program has raised nearly $200,000 for multiple initiatives to assist Brenner Children’s patients. 

View the coverage on WGHP, MSN.com and in the Winston-Salem Journal

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85-Year-Old Volunteer Raises Almost $200,000 for Brenner Children’s Patients
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Medical Center Opens First Outpatient Surgery Facility in Clemmons

Wake Forest Baptist, in partnership with Surgical Care Affiliates, LLC, a leader in the outpatient surgery industry, celebrated the opening of Wake Forest Baptist Health Outpatient Surgery – Clemmons at the new 12,500-square-foot facility.

Medical Center Opens First Outpatient Surgery Facility in Clemmons
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Wake Forest Baptist Receives Federal Funding to Conduct National Study on Risks Associated with Kidney Transplantation

The National Institutes of Health has awarded two five-year grants to Wake Forest Baptist worth more than $5 million to prospectively study the effects of a genetic variation in organ donors that appears to contribute to survival of kidneys after transplantation.

Wake Forest Baptist Receives Federal Funding to Conduct National Study on Risks Associated with Kidney Transplantation
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Scientists Receive $9 Million to Study Aggressive Brain Cancer

Glioblastoma is an aggressive form of brain cancer. Current therapies can slow the disease, but more often than not can’t cure it. However, thanks to a $9.2 million grant from the National Cancer Institute, scientists at Wake Forest Baptist will continue working to develop new, more effective treatments and delivery systems to attack this difficult to manage form of cancer.

Scientists Receive $9 Million to Study Aggressive Brain Cancer
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Wake Forest Baptist to acquire High Point Regional Health

Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center and UNC Health Care, the parent organization of High Point Regional Health, have signed a Letter of Intent in which Wake Forest Baptist would acquire and integrate High Point Regional and its affiliates into their regional health care system next summer.

Wake Forest Baptist to acquire High Point Regional Health
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Nationally Ranked in 6 Specialties

Nationally Ranked in 6 Specialties

Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center has been recognized in U.S. News & World Report’s "Best Hospitals" rankings for the 25th consecutive year.

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