Wake Forest Baptist Health
Wake Forest Baptist Health
The Trauma Center at Wake Forest Baptist Health is located in Winston Salem, North Carolina. We are a Level I Trauma Center for western North Carolina as well as parts of Southern Virginia and Tennessee. A Level I Trauma Center has the doctors, equipment and staff to treat patients with severe traumatic and complicated injuries and serves as a regional resource center with the capacity to provide leadership and total care for every aspect of injury, from prevention through rehabilitation.
Our facility received the first Level I Pediatric Emergency Department distinction in the state, and Brenner Children’s Emergency Department is the only emergency department in the region that is designed just for children.
The health care professionals who care for adult and pediatric trauma patients receive specialized training in the most up-to-date practices of traumatology. Our connection with Wake Forest School of Medicine uniquely positions us to train the next generation of trauma practitioners where we utilize the most advanced clinical research and techniques to inform excellence in clinical medicine, research, patient care, and community health.
Welcome to the Trauma Survivors Network at Wake Forest Baptist Health!
Medical Center Blvd
Winston Salem, North Carolina
The generosity of your donation means the TSN at WFBH is able to support those affected by trauma. To make sure your funds go directly to the TSN, click here, choose Specify My Own Fund from the drop-down menu and enter fund name Trauma Survivors Network.
Upcoming Programs & Events
Family and friends of patients admitted to our Trauma Center are invited to take time to relax, have a snack and learn more about the emotional impact of trauma. Learn more
Trauma survivors and family members are provided with the opportunity to come together as a group to support each other in their recovery process. Different topics will be covered each month. Please contact Danielle Drye if you are interested in attending the monthly support groups. November group is held 1 week early due to the Thanksgiving holiday. December group is canceled for the Christmas holiday. Learn more
A support group for amputees and family. This is a voluntary support group aimed at offering an open, informal and welcoming forum in which to meet new friends and create a supportive and informative environment to any in need. Learn more
SpiNet offers individuals with a spinal cord injury, as well as their family and friends to come together as peers, friends, and mentors in a variety of community based leisure activities. Learn more
We are in the initial phases of development of a traumatic brain injury support group. Please contact Danielle Drye if you are interested in being involved in the implementation of this support group. Family and friends are welcome. Learn more