Davie Medical Center Inpatient Bed Tower Groundbreaking

Wake Forest Baptist Health Davie Medical Center broke ground for the 50-bed inpatient facility on December 2, 2015. The construction of the three-story, 78,220 square foot building will take 14 months. 

The new building relocates inpatient services from the Mocksville campus to the Bermuda Run campus, consolidating services in one location. In addition to 50 general medical-surgical beds, the addition will also have a cafeteria, an inpatient pharmacy and a chapel as well as offices for some Wake Forest Baptist physicians.


DMC Board at Groudbreaking

Davie Board members join John McConnell, MD and Chad Brown in the groundbreaking.

GB. McConnell and Brown

Chad Brown, president, Davie Medical Center, and John Mcconnell, MD, CEO of Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center

GB. Brock and Howard

Representative Julia Howard, Chad Brown and Senator Andrew Brock

GB. JDM speech

Dr. John McConnell, CEO, Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center

GB. WFBH Exec team

Wake Forest Baptist Health leadership team members

GB Barrett

Dan Barrett, County Commissioner

GB. Bralley's at Groundbreaking

Terry and Christine Bralley

Bralley and Brown

Terry Bralley, president, Davie County Economic Development Commission and Chad Brown, president Davie Medical Center

GB Ferguson Ruffin

County Commissioner John Ferguson and County Manager Mike Ruffin

GB High

Dr. Kevin High, Davie Medical Center Board Chair and Executive Vice President, Health System Affairs, Wake Forest Baptist Health

GB Harpe Huffman

Linda Harpe and Carol Huffman, local artists, designed the artwork for the official groundbreaking shovels.

GB Robertson

Steve Robertson and Lynn Pitman

GB White Harpe

Ken White and Slayton Harpe