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Volunteers Making a Difference: Asiyah Ahmad

We’re celebrating National Healthcare Volunteer Week, and we want to take the opportunity to recognize the amazing support that volunteers provide to our patients, families, hospital staff and our community. Meet Asiyah Ahmad, a student at The Wake STEM Early College High School and a WakeMed volunteer. Asiyah created The Birthday Project, a program that […]

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Announcing Cancer Care Plus+

WakeMed and Duke are partnering to bring together Duke’s world-class cancer program and WakeMed’s surgical oncology expertise. Cancer Care Plus+, a joint operating agreement, will establish a comprehensive cancer service throughout the WakeMed system that is fully integrated with Duke Cancer Institute locations in Wake County and anchored at Duke Raleigh Hospital. Access to Cancer […]

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Three Named Health Care Heroes by TBJ

WakeMed’s Joanna Burgess, BSN, RN, Ed Keating, BSN, RN, and Brian Klausner, MD, won Triangle Business Journal’s 2017 Health Care Heroes awards. They are among 19 honorees recognized as leaders in their field who have made significant contributions to health care. Joanna Burgess, BSN, RN, CWOCN Thanks to Joanna Burgess, BSN, RN, patients who have […]

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Celebrating the Women of WakeMed

March is Women’s History Month, and to celebrate, we’ll be highlighting some of the women who have made a difference at WakeMed throughout the month – so stay tuned! About Women’s History Month Women’s History Month is celebrated annually in the United States during the month of March as a way to highlight some of […]

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WakeMed and Duke Announce Heart Care Collaboration

WakeMed Health & Hospitals and Duke Health have signed a joint operating agreement, bringing together their renowned heart programs and expertise to create an innovative, integrated cardiovascular collaboration. The two organizations will work together to deliver highly-coordinated cardiovascular care, a broader scope of services and greater value and affordability to Wake County’s growing population of […]

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