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1 hours ago If you are not a member of the news media, call Patient Information at 336-713-0000 . During regular business hours (Monday through Friday, 8 am to 5 pm), members of the news media should call the Communications, Marketing and Media Department at. 336-716-4587. This number is for news media inquiries only. >> Go To The Portal


How can Wake Forest Baptist Health Help Your Practice?

If you are not a member of the news media, call Patient Information at 336-713-0000 . During regular business hours (Monday through Friday, 8 am to 5 pm), members of the news media should call the Communications, Marketing and Media Department at. 336-716-4587. This number is for news media inquiries only.

What is the address for Wake Forest Baptist Health?

Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center. Medical Center Boulevard. Winston-Salem, NC 27157. Get Directions. Main Phone Number. 336-716-2011. Frequently Used Numbers. Maps and Parking Information.

Why choose Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist Hospital?

We encourage you to use this secure, password-protected form to tell us about your health history prior to your first visit. This form should take no more than 10 minutes to complete, and ensures that we provide you with the best care possible. To access the form, input your email address as the Username and enter the password that you set up.

What is the mywakehealth patient portal?

Our myWakeHealth patient portal is a free, simple and secure way to help you better access the information you need to manage your care. You can: Send a message to your doctor's office. Schedule and manage your appointments. Request prescription renewals. Pay your bill. View your doctor's notes from clinic visits.

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COVID-19 Resources

Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist is always here to serve you. And during this challenging time, we're doing everything we can to make sure you stay safe. Find information on vaccinations and testing.

Important Changes for North Carolina Managed Medicaid Patients

Open enrollment has closed for NC Managed Medicaid. If you did not enroll, NC Medicaid auto-enrolled you into a health plan so there is no lapse in your coverage. You can expect to receive a confirmation notice and a health plan welcome packet from NC Medicaid. New plans took effect on July 1.

What is the responsibility of media relations at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center?

Protecting patient privacy and the confidentiality of patient information is a primary responsibility of the media relations office at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center.#N#The federal Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) has established privacy standards that protect the kind of information the media relations staff can provide about hospital patients and it also dictates the way in which patient information is reported to the media.#N#Under this law, individuals entering the Medical Center for any kind of treatment are given an opportunity to "opt in" or "opt out" of the patient directory.#N#If they "opt in," the Medical Center is allowed to release a "one-word" condition (see below) about a patient's status upon request from the media, but only if the patient's first and last name is provided to the media relations staff.#N#If they "opt out," or if a patient's first and last name cannot be provided, no information can be released. In this case, HIPAA will not even allow us to acknowledge that the patient is or was at our facility.

Can a medical center release one word?

If they "opt in," the Medical Center is allowed to release a " one-word" condition (see below) about a patient's status upon request from the media, but only if the patient's first and last name is provided to the media relations staff.

Preparing for Your Visit

Let us help you prepare for your visit to Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center - from getting here to understanding what to expect during your stay and finding services and amenities at your disposal.

Safety Information and Patient Rights

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, Counseling and Continuing Care

Support groups can be an integral part of the healing process. The staff of Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist is happy to help you connect with resources throughout the region.

Health and Wellness

Here at Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist, we’ve gathered a variety of resources to empower you to become an informed patient.

Billing and Insurance

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.

Philanthropy

Learn about the importance of philanthropy in Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist’s mission to improve health through excellence in patient care, research and education.

Quality and Awards

Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist is committed to providing quality care and a safe hospital environment.

What browser do I use for my wakehealth?

Be sure your device is connected to the Internet using an up-to-date web browser. Internet Explorer users should use IE11, or you can use Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox or Safari. For myWakeHealth technical support, call the myWakeHealth Patient Support Line toll-free at 855-560-5111.

How old do you have to be to have access to a patient's health records?

Parents/legal guardians who have received proxy access authorization have full access to records of children under age 12 and limited proxy access for ages 12 to 17.

What are the conditions that minors can consent to?

Under the law, minors may consent to services for the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of certain illnesses including: sexually transmitted diseases and other diseases that must be reported to the State; pregnancy; abuse of drugs or alcohol; and emotional disturbance.

What is the law in North Carolina?

North Carolina state law (NC General Statutes Chapter 90, Article 1A, Treatment of Minors, 21.5) makes special provisions for minors to consent to health care services without the consent of a parent or guardian.

Is High Point Regional Health part of Wake Forest Baptist Health?

On September 1, 2018, High Point Regional Health and UNC Regional Physicians became part of the Wake Forest Baptist Health system. To view your online medical record information, you will need to sign up for myWakeHealth.

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