Our New Medical Education Building at Innovation Quarter

Designed with the next generation of physician-leaders in mind, the Bowman Gray Center for Medical Education provides the learning environments required by today’s diverse, technologically savvy students. From outpatient clinic to trauma center bay, this new building allows medical students to prepare for real-life experiences in the most modern of settings.

The Bowman Gray Center for Medical Education is located in Wake Forest Innovation Quarter and is adjacent to 525@vine, home to Wake Forest Baptist’s Department of Physician Assistant Studies and its Nurse Anesthesia program.

    Where To Find Us

    Medical Center Campus - Wake Forest Baptist is an integrated system that operates 1,004 acute care, rehabilitation and psychiatric care beds, outpatient services, and community health and information centers. The Medical Center Campus is located at Medical Center Boulevard in Winston-Salem, NC.

    Davie Medical Center - In 2013, we changed the name of both our Bermuda Run and Mocksville locations to Wake Forest Baptist Health – Davie Medical Center to better reflect the relationship between the two campuses and to acknowledge the long history we have had with the residents of Davie County.

    Lexington Medical Center - A not-for-profit facility located in Davidson County, Lexington Medical Center operates 94 acute care beds and serves as a satellite provider of Wake Forest Baptist Health specialty services.

    Find out more about our many locations.

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    Wake Forest Baptist in the News

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    New Era of Medical Education Celebrated with Opening of Bowman Gray Center for Medical Education

    The Bowman Gray Center for Medical Education opened on July 19, 2016 in Wake Forest Innovation Quarter in downtown Winston-Salem after an 18-month renovation of a former Reynolds American tobacco manufacturing plant. The timing of the opening coincided with Wake Forest School of Medicine introducing one of the most advanced medical school curricula in the country.

    New Era of Medical Education Celebrated with Opening of Bowman Gray Center for Medical Education
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    Tips on Reducing Risk of Kidney Stones

    Summer increases everyone’s risk of heat stroke and sunburn, but there’s another warm weather risk that often flies under the radar—kidney stones.

     

     

    Tips on Reducing Risk of Kidney Stones
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    Lowering Blood Pressure Reduces Risk of Heart Disease in Older Adults Without Increasing Risk of Falls

    Intensive therapies to reduce high blood pressure can cut the risk of heart disease in older adults without increasing the risk for falls, according to doctors at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center.

     

    Lowering Blood Pressure Reduces Risk of Heart Disease in Older Adults  Without Increasing Risk of Falls
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    Seasonal farmworkers face battle to get health insurance

    Farmworkers living in the U.S. legally through the h-2A visa program must be insured like most citizens. But reaching them is an uphill battle.  Thomas Arcury, Ph.D., said farmworkers work long hours, don’t have access to transportation or accumulate paid sick days.

    Seasonal farmworkers face battle to get health insurance
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    Superheroes Visit Young Patients

    For the second year in a row, window washers from Scottie’s Building Services put down their cleaning supplies and transformed into superheroes for a costumed descent down the side of Brenner Children’s Hospital to entertain young patients. The superheroes rappelled off the hospital roof down to a Brenner Children’s floor and interacted with patients inside of the hospital. 



    Superheroes Visit Young Patients
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    Acupuncture Used in Clinical Settings Reduced Symptoms of Menopause

    Acupuncture treatments can reduce the number of hot flashes and night sweats associated with menopause by as much as 36 percent, according to researchers at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center. The findings are published in the June issue of the journal Menopause.

    Acupuncture Used in Clinical Settings Reduced Symptoms of Menopause
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    Nearly half of all heart attacks may be ‘silent’

    Nearly half of all heart attacks may be silent and like those that cause chest pain or other warning signs, silent heart attacks increase the risk of dying from heart disease and other causes, according to new research published in Circulation. The multi-institutional research team was led by Zhu-Ming Zhang, M.D., and Elsayed Z. Soliman, M.D., of Wake Forest Baptist.

    Nearly half of all heart attacks may be ‘silent’
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