Clinical Rotations Training Sites and Facilities
The orthopaedic surgery residency program at Wake Forest University provides clinical experiences at a variety of sites and service patients from western North Carolina as well as surrounding states.
Most clinical rotations occur at North Carolina Baptist Hospital, which is a tertiary care center that includes Level I adult and pediatric trauma centers. The hospital has a total of 885 licensed beds.
The pediatric orthopaedic rotation occurs at Brenner's Children's Hospital, which is a part of the main campus in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
Wake Forest CompRehab houses the orthopaedic sub-specialty clinics.
Additionally, junior residents rotate at the Veterans Affairs Hospital in Salisbury, North Carolina. This rotation consists of general orthopaedic surgery and sports medicine/arthroscopy.
Other resources include: the Orthopaedic Learning and Resource Center; the Orthopaedic Workspace; the Wake Forest Coy C Carpenter Library; the Orthopaedic Research Laboratory and collaborator facilities; and the orthopaedic on-call room in Stitch Center.