Equity, Diversity and Community
At Wake Forest Baptist Health, diversity has always been one of our core values. Learn more about how we are taking action for change.
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Winston-Salem, NC 27157
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We take the safety of our patients seriously. We also want you to understand your rights as a patient so that you are an informed member of your own health care team.
Support groups can be an integral part of the healing process. The staff of Wake Forest Baptist Health is happy to help you connect with resources throughout the region.
Here at Wake Forest Baptist Health, we’ve gathered a variety of resources to empower you to become an informed patient.
Our customer service representatives are available to help you understand your medical bills, discuss payment options, and provide accurate estimates for out-of-pocket expenses.
“Helping Hand: Healthcare Financial Navigation” connects uninsured patients and families with financial and healthcare resources.
Learn about the importance of philanthropy in Wake Forest Baptist Health’s mission to improve health through excellence in patient care, research and education.
Wake Forest Baptist Health is committed to providing quality care and a safe hospital environment.
Your safety and the safety of our patients and their loved ones are always our first priority. Due to the COVID-19 virus, effective 5 pm on Friday, March 13, volunteer opportunities at all Wake Forest Baptist Health locations are temporarily suspended. We appreciate our volunteers and everything you do for our patients, guests and staff and look forward to welcoming you back when restrictions are lifted.
We are committed to giving back to the communities we serve. We provide community benefits to the area, embracing outreach, education, research and charity care.
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Patients who earn less than 200% of the national poverty level could qualify for our free student-run, physician-staffed health clinic: the Delivering Equal Access to Care (DEAC) Clinic.
The Comprehensive Cancer Center has built a team of nationally and internationally recognized experts who are committed to offering their patients the most promising treatment options.
At the Heart and Vascular Center, our philosophy is clear: patients come first. Our cardiologists, cardiothoracic surgeons and vascular surgeons offer the latest in technology, devices and medication, combined with personalized care, to provide life-changing vascular and heart disease treatments for you and your loved ones.
Neurology and neurological surgery provide the best diagnostics with the most advanced technology and treatment available to patients with neurological disorders.
Orthopaedic surgeons and specialists at Wake Forest Baptist Health treat every type of orthopaedic condition with advanced techniques and research-based approaches.
Our experts include more than 150 pediatricians and pediatric surgeons specializing in more than 30 areas of pediatric medicine and surgery.
Wake Forest Baptist Health's general practitioners provide primary care, helping to keep you and your family healthy. Available providers are now accepting new patients.
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Wake Forest Baptist Health Begins Vaccinating Small Group of Patients 75 and Older