Wilkes Medical Center Opens Hematology and Oncology Clinic

Wake Forest Baptist Health Wilkes Medical Center now offers a hematology and oncology clinic as part of Wake Forest Baptist’s Comprehensive Cancer Center network – the only center in the region designated by the National Cancer Institute and one of only 51 in the country.

Patients can now receive diagnosis and treatment of cancer and benign and malignant blood disorders, on-site chemotherapy infusion, laboratory and pharmacy services, PET imaging, along with access to the latest cancer treatments and clinical trials.

A standing woman and a seated man, both wearing face masks and white coats, talk to a woman sitting in a chairThe $6 million, 7,000-square-foot facility includes a reception area, renovated pharmacy, nine exam rooms and 12 chemotherapy infusion bays on the first floor of Wilkes Medical Center.

“By bringing these new services to our area, we are continuing our commitment to expanding access to convenient, high-quality health care so more patients can remain closer to home,” said Chad Brown, president of Wilkes Medical Center. In addition to North Wilkesboro, Wake Forest Baptist provides cancer services in Winston-Salem, Clemmons, Elkin, Hendersonville, Hickory, High Point, Lexington, Mount Airy, Sparta and Statesville.