Wake Forest Baptist breaks ground for 50-bed addition at Davie Medical Center
Rodgers joined leaders of Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center leaders to break ground on a 50-bed inpatient facility at the Davie Medical Center − Bermuda Run campus.
The new three-story, 78,220 square foot building will include 50 general medical-surgical beds, a cafeteria, an inpatient pharmacy and a chapel as well as physicians offices.
“We made a promise to the citizens of Davie County in 2008 that any approved project for a medical center in the county would include an inpatient hospital, and today, we are putting that promise into action,” said John D. McConnell, M. D., CEO, Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center. “This inpatient facility will offer people in Davie County the care and treatment close to home that they deserve.”
Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, February 8, 2016, Construction of Davie Medical Center Bed Tower is Underway
Winston-Salem Journal, December 8, 2015, Hospital addition represents next phase of growth in eastern Davie
Triad Business Journal, December 2, 2015, Wake Forest Baptist officially breaks ground on $50M next phase of Davie Medical Center
Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, December 2, 2015, Wake Forest Baptist Breaks Ground on 50-Bed Addition at Davie Medical Center – Bermuda Run Campus