Davie Medical Center - Bermuda Run: Coming Soon
The world-class care provided by Wake Forest Baptist Health physicians is coming to a brand new, patient-friendly campus offering a 24/7 Emergency Department, outpatient surgery and physician offices.
Opening in fall 2013, Davie Medical Center - Bermuda Run is designed to enhance the patient experience and more conveniently serve residents of Forsyth, Davie and Yadkin counties. Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center has long been considered one of the best in the country and the most preferred in the region, and we are proud to expand access to our services and expert physicians in a brand new location.
Conveniently located at the intersection of I-40 and Highway 801 in Bermuda Run, Phase One of this multi-phase project includes a 60,000 square-foot medical office building and a 101,000 square-foot outpatient surgery center and Emergency Department.
Medical Plaza 1
313 NC Hwy 801 N
* Davie Medical Center Clinics
- Wake Forest Baptist Health physician services*, including:
- Orthopaedics *
- Podiatry *
- Cardiology *
- Eye Center *
- Neurology *
- Outpatient physical therapy
- Cardiac rehabilitation
- Outpatient Pharmacy
Medical Plaza 2
329 NC Hwy 801 N
- 24/7 Emergency Department with 16 treatment rooms; staffed by Wake Forest Baptist Health physicians
- Two operating rooms
- 2 minor procedure rooms
- 7 observation beds
- Pre-operative Assessment *
- Sleep Center
- Full-service lab
- Imaging services
- Diagnostic Neurology
- Diagnostic Cardiology
Phase Two of the campus is scheduled for completion later this decade and will transform Medical Plaza 2 into a full-service hospital with inpatient beds.
Video: Topping Out Ceremony
The 88-acre site is located at the interchange of I-40 and Highway 801. Approximately half of the site will consist of the medical campus; the other half, River Hill Commons, will be developed as commecial properties .
Davie Medical Center - Bermuda Run will have ample and convenient surface level parking.
FUN CONSTRUCTION FACTS
By the time construction is completed on Phase One this Fall, the nearly 250 members of the construction crew will have:
- Moved 312,000 cubic yards of dirt
- Installed nearly four miles of utility piping below the 88-acre site
- Placed approximately 6,400 cubic yards of concrete
- Put in place approximately 4,000 piexces of structural steel totaling nearly 2 million pounds
- over 55 miles of electrical conduit
- almost 100,000 brick masonry units
- over 4,000 light fixtures
- 14,000 sheets of drywall
- approximately 140,000 pounds of ductwork