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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates

Monday, March 30, 2020 | 2:16 pm:

In order to help protect patients, family members and health care workers from the spread of COVID-19, no visitors are allowed at any of Wake Forest Baptist Health’s outpatient or inpatient facilities, except in certain situations.
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At this time, Wake Forest Baptist Health is following state and national guidelines and is limiting COVID-19 testing in the outpatient setting to only patients ill enough to require admission to the hospital.

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Friends of Brenner Children's

Our current needs at the Brenner Children's Downtown Health Plaza are the following:

Gerber Good Start Formula (preferable, but any type is welcome)
Diapers (most needed are newborns and 1s)
Diaper Cream
Wipes

Please ship items to the address below, do not drop them off. 

DHP Pediatrics c/o Laurie Albertini
1200 N. Martin Luther King Jr. Drive
Winston Salem, NC 27101

Who are the Friends of Brenner Children's?
The Friends of Brenner Children's is a group of dedicated volunteers who support the hospital through fundraising and community awareness activities. In 1987, a steering committee of eight interested people was developed to initiate the introduction of Brenner Children's to the community and to set up the Friends  organization. The mission of the Friends of Brenner Children’s is to enhance the situation of patients at Brenner Children's by fundraising and public awareness.

Friends of Brenner Children's have three objectives.
        1. To increase community awareness of Brenner.
        2. To raise funds to supplement the programs of Brenner.
        3. To increase and broaden the membership in the Friends.

If you are interested being a members of the Friends of Brenner Children's and supporting the patients and families at Brenner Children's, please fill out the membership form

Through a generous gift from the Brenner family in 1986, the long-awaited dream of a children's hospital to serve our region became a reality. Between July 1989 and April 1990, Brenner Children's moved its facilities to a three-floor unit in the North Tower.  In April 2002, the Brenner Children’s celebrated the grand opening of Ardmore Tower West. The facility consists of 160 private rooms, six playrooms, an interactive video wall and a rooftop garden with playground equipment. By 1988, the Friends formed its first board, and many fundraisers were under way, including the Antiques Show and Sale, the WGHPiedmont 8 Holiday Special, Festival of Trees and the Christmas Tag Sale.

Friends now has more than 600 members and organizes events such as the Cheers! to Brenner Children's, Annual Friends of Brenner Luncheon, 31 Days and 31 Ways for Brenner Children's and WMAG Brenner Children's Heroes, Hope & Heart. 

  • Friends of Brenner Children's
  • Cindy Caines

    Director, Constituency Engagement and Events

    336-716-6285

    ccaines@wakehealth.edu

  • Additional Information

    Brenner Children's 
    Office of Philanthropy
    P.O. Box 571021
    Winston-Salem, NC 27157-1021