Infectious Diseases News

The 2012-13 Best Doctors in America® database includes 298 physicians from Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, a 3.4 percent ...

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WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – August 16, 2011 – Flu season is right around the corner and with it comes the last thing anyone wants ...

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Infants born to mothers who received the influenza (flu) vaccine while pregnant are nearly 50 percent less likely to be hospitalized ...

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The 2011-2012 Best Doctors in America® database includes 288 physicians from Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center, ...

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Effective Monday, Feb. 22, visitor restrictions in place at WFUBMC and Lexington Memorial Hospital will be lifted.

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The 2009-2010 Best Doctors in America® database includes 214 physicians from Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center, ...

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Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center’s primary care clinics are offering the H1N1 vaccine to established patients ...

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Lexington Memorial Hospital, Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center and Novant Health’s Forsyth Medical Center, Medical ...

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Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center will require that all faculty, staff, students, post-doctoral trainees and ...

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Brenner Children’s Hospital has closed the sixth floor (intensive care units) to visitors under the age of 18 -- including ...

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