Residency at WFBMC

Welcome to the Residencies (House Staff) web site. This site has been developed to provide you with valuable information necessary for starting your residency, continuing your residency or even completing your residency program. We have 57 accredited residency/fellowship programs at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center with over 600 residents and/or fellows within those programs.

View a complete list of all Residency Programs at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center.

Residency at WFBMCWe hope you will review any or all of the areas of this site that relate to you. As residency requirements are ever changing, please check the site frequently for important updates. If you have suggestions of additional information you believe would be helpful on this site, please email suggestions to the House Staff Office.


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Current House Staff

This section provides information on required programs, licensure registration, policy and benefit updates and any other information relative to the completion of your training in the most effective and efficient manner.

Incoming House Staff

The information in this section has been designed to make the transition from medical school to your residency training program as simple as possible. The section on “Orientation” will get you through all of the mandatory elements of beginning your training.

Prospective House Staff

This section is to provide an overview of the institution, the programs, help pinpoint areas of interest and guide prospective house staff in the application process.

Residency at WFBMCRotating Residents

The requirements for completing an elective rotation in any of the programs at WFBMC are outlined in this section.

Program Directors & Coordinators

This area was designed to assist the program coordinators in each individual program with information necessary to maintain the programs internally. 

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Residencies & Fellowships

Phone 336-716-3465
Fax 336-716-6415


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Programs & Specialties

Accredited Residency Programs and Specialties

The North Carolina Baptist Hospital offers first-year appointments to comply with the recommendations of the Accreditation Council on Graduate Medical Education.


Last Updated: 08-28-2014
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