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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.

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Wake Forest Baptist in the News

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Two Triad Hospitals Partner to Provide Cardiac Rehabilitation that Keeps Patients Close to Home

People living in the communities surrounding Surry County will have access to the state’s leading care in cardiac rehabilitation thanks to a partnership Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center and Northern Hospital of Surry County announced in early May.

 

Two Triad Hospitals Partner to Provide Cardiac Rehabilitation that Keeps Patients Close to Home
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Researchers Find Novel Way to Induce Pancreatic Cancer Cell Death

Pancreatic cancer, most frequently pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma (PDAC), is the most lethal and aggressive of all cancers. Unfortunately, there are not many effective therapies available other than surgery. 

Researchers Find Novel Way to Induce Pancreatic Cancer Cell Death
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ATV-Related Injuries in Children Remain Large Public Health Problem

All-terrain vehicle-related injuries remain a large public health problem in this country, with children more adversely affected than adults. According to researchers at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, the major risk factors for young riders also are entirely preventable. 

ATV-Related Injuries in Children Remain Large Public Health Problem
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A Little Vigorous Exercise May Help Boost Kids' Cardiometabolic Health

As little as 10 minutes a day of high-intensity physical activity could help some children reduce their risk of developing heart problems and metabolic diseases such as diabetes, according to an international study led by Justin B. Moore, Ph.D., associate professor of family and community medicine.

A Little Vigorous Exercise May Help Boost Kids
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Wake Forest Baptist Opens First New Inpatient Hospital in Davie County in 61 Years

The 50-bed inpatient wing at Wake Forest Baptist Health – Davie Medical Center officially opened April 3, consolidating all Davie Medical Center services into one location.

View news coverage by the Winston-Salem JournalTriad Business Journal and WFMY

Read the full news release.

Wake Forest Baptist Opens First New Inpatient Hospital in Davie County in 61 Years
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NIH Official and Celebrity B. Smith Celebrated NIH-funded Alzheimer's Center

Wake Forest Baptist celebrated its Alzheimer’s Disease Core Center and the philanthropy that helped make it possible at the event “Alzheimer’s Disease: Together We Care, Together We Cure,” March 15 at Wake Forest Biotech Place. Guests included the husband-and-wife team of B. Smith and Dan Gasby, Nina Silverberg from the National Institute on Aging, and Doug Hartman, who inspired fundraising efforts that accelerated the Medical Center’s work in Alzheimer’s.

 

 NIH Official and Celebrity B. Smith Celebrated NIH-funded Alzheimer
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He’s Got an App for That

He’s Got an App for That

For Spencer Hawkins, a fourth-year medical student from Chattanooga, Tennessee, developing apps is second nature. In fact, he started a mobile application development company as an undergraduate and used the proceeds to help pay for his medical education. 

Five Wake Forest Baptist Specialties Earn U.S. News RankingsComprehensive Cancer Centers National Designation is RenewedMagnet Hospital Recognition2015 Best DoctorsJoint Commission Report

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