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Meet the newest physicians to join the Wake Forest Baptist group. From Family Medicine to specialty areas including Hematology and Oncology, Neurology and Neurosurgery, to Orthopaedic Services.

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MedChannel: A New Online Physician Learning Channel

MedChannnel is an online physician education channel which showcases the unique expertise, technology and state-of-the-art treatments of our faculty and staff and provides medical professionals with a trusted resource for a wide range of educational content including: 

  • Videos of live surgeries 
  • Grand rounds 
  • Tumor boards 
  • Clinical symposia 
  • Conference presentations 
  • Research findings 

Professionals may sign up for e-alerts when new content is posted each month.  

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Preventing Swimmer's Ear

Wake Forest Baptist pediatric otolaryngologist Adele Evans, M.D., provided some tips for protecting you and your children against swimmer’s ear.

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Atrial Fibrillation Increases Risk of Only One Type of Heart Attack

Refining the results of a 2013 study, researchers have found that atrial fibrillation, or irregular heartbeat, is associated with only one type of heart attack – the more common of the two types. The study, led by Elsayed Z. Soliman, M.D., Public Health Sciences, is published in the April 27 online issue of Circulation.


Atrial Fibrillation Increases Risk of Only One Type of Heart Attack
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Collaboration Leads to Invention of Potentially Lifesaving Medical Device at Wake Forest Baptist

To perform a series of life-saving operations on newborn Madi Pope, Adele Evans, M.D., a pediatric ear, nose and throat specialist at Wake Forest Baptist, needed a special type of small plastic tube that split into two smaller tubes to help the baby breathe. Trouble was, there was no such device.

Collaboration Leads to Invention of Potentially Lifesaving Medical Device at Wake Forest Baptist
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More Than 25% of Acne Patients Fail to Get Prescribed Medications

Medicine obviously can't do much good if it sits on a pharmacy shelf. Yet more than one-quarter of the acne patients surveyed by Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center researchers didn't get medications prescribed by their dermatologists.

More Than 25% of Acne Patients Fail to Get Prescribed Medications
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Exercise Lessens Lung Injury and Muscle Wasting in Critically Ill Patients

Acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) is a life-threatening lung condition that affects approximately 200,000 people a year in the United States and has a higher mortality rate than breast and prostate cancer combined. Efforts to fight ARDS with various drug therapies aimed at the lungs have failed. However, doctors at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center have tried a different approach – exercise.

Exercise Lessens Lung Injury and Muscle Wasting in Critically Ill Patients
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Wake Forest Baptist and Wexford Science + Technology Take National Award for Redevelopment of Building 90

Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center and Wexford Science + Technology, a BioMed Realty company, have received one of five national “Preservation’s Best of 2014” awards from the National Trust for Historic Preservation, the National Trust Community Investment Corporation and Preservation Action.

Wake Forest Baptist and Wexford Science + Technology Take National Award for Redevelopment of Building 90
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Refer WFBH Mobile App

Refer WFBH Mobile App

Wake Forest Baptist Health now offers a convenient way to refer your patients. The Refer WFBH mobile app allows you to easily find a specialist, clinic location, or clinical trial.

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