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When Wake Forest established its Medical School in 1902, it was one of only 11 medical schools (among 166 nationally) that required two years of college for entrance. In 1941, the school moved to Winston-Salem from Wake Forest, N.C., and became the second four-year medical school in North Carolina, beginning its association with North Carolina Baptist Hospital at that time.

Today, Wake Forest School of Medicine occupies a firm position among the America’s best medical schools. The school strives to teach excellence in clinical medicine, promote strong clinical and basic research, render exemplary patient care, and stress service to the community.

MD Program
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Quick Reference

Locally 336-716-4589
Toll Free 800-899-7128
Fax 336-716-7168

Alumni Affairs
alumni@wakehealth.edu
Charitable Planning
giftplan@wakehealth.edu
Development
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P.O. Box 571021
Winston-Salem, NC  27157-1021
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