Community Open House
Davie Medical Center - Bermuda Run Open House
The October 12 Community Celebration to mark the opening of Davie Medical Center in Bermuda Run was an unqualified success! Nearly 2,000 people joined in the festivities which included tours, games, delicious food provided by area vendors, entertainment and the opportunity to win prizes. From face painters to a caricaturist, to music by Exit 180, to corn hole games and the antics of Bolt, there was something to entertain and please everyone.
Wake Forest Baptist Health CEO, John McConnell and his wife, Melinda, enjoy the Davie Medical Center Open House.
The Smith Grove Fire Department was one of many exhibits at the Open House.
Heather Hayes and Bolt.
Over 2,000 visitors attended the Open House.
Visitors tour the new Emergency Department.
Dr. John Shields, Assistant Professor for the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery.
Visitors tour the new Cardiac Rebabilitation and Physical Therapy areas.
Casting demonstrations for all ages.
Ketchie Creek Bakery shared free samples with visitors.
Lowes Foods provided healthy snacks.
Health Promotion Specialist Courtney Jackson in the new cooking kitchen and classroom.
Family fun at the Davie Medical Center Open House.
Amanda Smith, Director of Service Excellence, welcomes visitors to Davie Medical Center.
Face Painting for all ages.
The new Retail Pharmacy at Davie Medical Center.
We would like to thank the following area restaurants and businesses who donated all the food and provided staff to serve participants:
- Brothers - Clemmons
- 2520 Tavern - Clemmons
- Classics Sports Grille - Bermuda Run
- Miyabi Japanese Restaurant - Bermuda Run
- Cupcakes by Three - Bermuda Run
- Ketchie Creek Bakery - Mocksville
- Lowes Foods - Bermuda Run
We hope you will show your thanks by frequenting these establishments. Their generosity and support of our event was a testament to their commitment to the community.