Wake Forest University School of Medicine

1st Floor, Watlington Hall
Medical Center Boulevard
Winston-Salem
North Carolina
27157-1001
United States

Tel: 336-716-4303-or-800-GET-GRAD
Fax: 336-716-0185

Email: bggrad@wfubmc.edu

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About Wake Forest University School of Medicine

Wake Forest University School of Medicine, with 749 medical and science faculty members and 550 adjunct and clinical faculty in the community. The school offers the M.D., Ph.D., M.S. and P.A. degrees and the joint degrees of M.D./Ph.D., M.D./M.B.A., M.D./M.S., and M.D./M.A.
HISTORY
The medical school was founded in 1902 as a two-year medical school on the campus of Wake Forest College. North Carolina Baptist Hospital opened in 1923 as an 88-bed hospital in Winston-Salem. The Medical Center was created when the medical school expanded to four years and moved to Winston-Salem in 1941. Brenner Children's Hospital was established in 1986. The Medical Center now has 100 buildings on 290 acres, including a 196-acre research farm and a downtown research center. With more than 9,600 employees, is the largest employer in Forsyth County.
Last Updated 10-24-01

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