|Credentials||MD, Neonatology BC|
|Starting Date||July 1, 2019|
|Organization||Wake Forest Baptist Health|
|Street Address||Medical Center Blvd|
-MD or DO
-Board Certified or Board Eligible in Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine
-Strong clinical and educational skills
-Dedication to scholarly activity in research, quality improvement, infant follow-up, or education.
The Division is centered in two Neonatal Intensive Care Units in Winston-Salem, NC that have a combined capacity of 107 beds. Fourteen faculty neonatologists and six fellows staff the units at Brenner Children’s Hospital and Novant/Forsyth Medical Center. The Level IV NICU at Brenner Children’s Hospital serves as the referral center for the more than 28,000 neonates born in Northwest North Carolina’s Perinatal Region II and will be opening a state of the art Single Family Room NICU and Labor and Delivery Service in 2019. Forsyth Medical Center has more than 7,000 annual births and 1,100 admissions to its Level III NICU.
Wake Forest School of Medicine is the education and research component of Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, a fully integrated academic medical center anchored by an 885-bed tertiary care hospital, community hospitals, affiliated partners and the 160-bed Brenner Children’s Hospital. Both Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center and Brenner Children’s Hospital have been nationally ranked by U.S. News & World Report.
Winston-Salem, NC is located in the beautiful north central part of the state and is known as the City of the Arts and Innovation, located just a few hours away from both beaches and mountains.
Wake Forest School of Medicine and Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center is an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer with a strong commitment to achieving diversity among its faculty and staff.
For questions, please contact: Lindsay Teague Lindsay.Teague@wakehealth.edu, Talent Acquisition, Wake Forest Baptist Health.