Pediatric Residency Program

Wake Forest Baptist Health is home to Brenner Children's Hospital and a tight-knit community of health care professionals.

Brenner Children's Hospital is a state-of-the-art tertiary referral center where residents are exposed to a wide variety of pathology through patients from both the community and referring hospitals. Brenner’s is a “hospital within a hospital” model of a children’s hospital which allows us to have pediatric-specific care and ancillary staff, while keeping other hospital resources nearby.

We are a resident-driven program.  With fellows in only the neonatology and pediatric emergency medicine, our residents are on the front line with both specialists and generalists when caring for our patients.  Our program directors and faculty work together to train and mentor outstanding, well-rounded pediatricians ready for the next step in their career.

Brenner News and Highlights 

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Temporary Visitor Restrictions Implemented at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center

To protect the health of patients, their loved ones and the medical staff, Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center today implemented temporary visitor restrictions that will remain in effect through the flu season.

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Potty Training Before Age 2 Linked to Increased Risk of Later Wetting Problems, Research Shows

What's the ideal age to potty train? It depends on the child, or course. But new research suggests the early training is associated with more potty problems later.

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Kohl’s Gift Continues Support of Brenner FIT Program

Kohl's Department Stores has provided a gift of $107,218 raised this year through its Kohl's Cares® initiative to support the Brenner FIT Program at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center's Brenner Children's Hospital.

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Quick Reference

Pediatric Residency
Additional Information

Wake Forest Baptist
Medical Center

Department of Pediatrics
Medical Center Boulevard
Winston-Salem, NC 27157

Phone:  336-716-2694
Email:  pedsres@wakehealth.edu

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