Publications and Special Stories
Engage is our publication for donors and friends of Wake Forest Baptist.
Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center involves and touches the lives of so many people from various walks of life. We'd like to thank all who share their stories and to thank you for taking the time to read and learn more about Wake Forest Baptist.
Remembering Katherine Davis
At Wake Forest Baptist health Brenner children's Hospital, a revolutionary new philosophy has taken hold that's fundamentally changing patient comfort clinical outcomes and the way that medical staff approach their work-all for the better. Patient- and family-centered care is a vital part of Brenner's mission to serve children and their families throughought the region. To read the full story and watch a video with some of our key players in the Patient- Family-Centered Care program, click .
When Nancy Katherine Davis died on March 16 in Winston-Salem, the school lost much more than just someone who had a knack for remembering things. It lost perhaps the most beloved individual in its 111-year history.
The kindness she extended to generations of medical students as a professional, friend, confidant and volunteer spanned seven decades and created a profound impact. Alumni point out that while Carpenter, Dr. Manson Meads and others directed the medical school from the dean’s office, it was Davis who kept the school’s everyday business humming along.
To learn more about Katherine Davis and her impact on generations of alumni, read our article in Catalyst and see the video of some of her dear friends speaking of her great work.