Location Profile

Winston-Salem, North Carolina

Facility Type
Healthcare System
Facility Location
Winston-Salem, North Carolina
Teaching Facility
Trauma Center
Number of Beds

Hospital Overview

The healthcare provider is located in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Highly rated and recognized by U.S. News and World Report's Best Healthcare Providers, the facility offers compassionate care to its community. State-of-the-art technology in diagnostics, treatment and surgical care has set it apart from other regional healthcare providers. Hospital services range from general healthcare to specialized medicine for concerns such as women's cardiac care, pediatrics, and sleep medicine.

The state nurse association is the NCNA, or North Carolina Nurses Association. As the voice and advocate for North Carolina's registered nurses since 1902, the organization is a leader in ensuring quality nursing for all.

There isn't a childcare provider on-site for employees, however, there is a public daycare within the complex. Additional daycare providers are a short drive away. North Carolina's Department of Health and Human Services also offers a daycare provider directory for more childcare options around Winston-Salem.

The facility doesn't have on-site housing. The Charleston and Alder Ridge Apartments are two apartment complexes located within 5 minutes of the provider, plus there may single-family homes available for rent nearby as well.

Community Overview

Winston-Salem is often named one of the nation's top 50 places to live and is one of only three North Carolina cities to receive that honor. This forward-thinking metropolis has a rich industrial past but has embraced progress, revitalizing its historic properties into trendy spots. Today it's one of the South's most flourishing cities, with a population that's grown by nearly 10% over the last decade.

A city bursting with innovation, Winston-Salem has transformed from an industrial spot into one of the most vibrant areas in North Carolina. The downtown district is the heart of the city, a walkable bustling neighborhood with shops, dining, and cultural destinations galore. Getting around Winston-Salem is easy with the city's bus system or shared mobility options, such as bike share. There are currently 100 bikes and 22 stations located across the downtown area and parks. Riders can opt to pay-as-they-go or purchase an annual membership. You'll want to have an easy way to get around as there's so much to see and do each year in the city. Winston-Salem residents and visitors know that the city is one of the best places in the South, no matter what season it is. Each year the city welcomes millions to its exciting events and festivals for food, culture, heritage, and just plain fun. The Bookmarks Festival of Books and Authors is one such standout event. The 2-day fall event has author panels, book signings, and a street festival. September is also the month of the annual free Hispanic street festival in downtown Winston-Salem. Then it's time for the annual Carolina Classic Fair, a 10-day event with rides, games, live entertainment, and food. As the year draws to a close more than a million twinkling lights illuminate the Tanglewood Park grounds with the Festival of Lights, an experience with more than 80 displays.

To learn more about what Winston-Salem offers, visit the official city website and explore the area at the county website.

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Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools is the area public school district. While boasting a student body of 54,000 students, the district features an overall student-teacher rate of 14 to 1 compared to the national average of 17 to 1. Niche.com has ranked the district "above average" due to its quality academics, abundant extracurriculars, and continued commitment to ensuring students are well-prepared for the future. The school district features 41 elementary schools, 15 middle schools, and 18 high schools. Several choice and magnet schools with specialized programs for language, visual and performing arts, STEM subjects, and international studies offer new ways for students to reach their full potential. The district equips all of its students with tools for success. As part of the district's 1:1 device initiative, all students in grades 3-12 receive a Chromebook for remote learning and in-classroom use. Their commitment to excellence has led to several schools in the district recognized by the National Blue Ribbon Schools program and U.S. News and World Report's Best U.S. High Schools. There are also 23 private schools located within Winston-Salem.

Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools received an "A+" for diversity from Niche.com and is ranked the 12th most diverse district in North Carolina.

Most of the schools in the area are within a 15-minute drive from the facility.

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Local and Nearby Attractions

Winston-Salem is ideal for anyone who loves to shop and offers a variety of shopping destinations. Located downtown, the Arts District is a mix of studios, boutiques, and specialty shops. Many of these shopping spots are located around Trade Street, making it easy to venture from store to store. The city also features a great selection of one-stop shopping destinations. Here, you'll find hundreds of retailers for nearly everything on your list. Thruway Shopping Center is a sprawling shopping complex with retailers for groceries, apparel, shoes, outerwear, and children's items. You'll also find great dining options from burritos to ice cream. Stop in at the Reynolda Village, a renovated dairy barn, and you can browse home decor, apparel, and wellness items. Hanes Mall is where you'll find all of your favorite chain stores Aeropostale, American Eagle, and The Children's Place, plus department stores like Dillard's. Last but not least, Winston-Salem features several locations for big-box stores Target and Walmart.

With performances of live theater, ballet, and any other performing arts show you could imagine, Winston-Salem is a cultural hotspot. The city features an Arts Campus with several arts venues, earning it the nickname the "community's artistic living room." One of the best venues is The Stevens Center. A restored 1929 silent movie theater that's still magnificent, The Sevens now hosts local productions by the University of North Carolina School of the Arts, the Winston-Salem Symphony, and the Piedmont Opera. The campus also features the Reynolds Place Theater and the Hanesbrands Theater. Both offer an exciting calendar of live events for all ages.

As one of the most historic cities in the United States, Winston-Salem has emerged as a popular destination for anyone who appreciates history and culture. World-class museums and sites dot the city. Located in the same area as the Reynolda Village, The Reynolda House Museum of American Art is an all-day visit with art exhibits, galleries, and a garden to tour. Old Salem Museum is a popular attraction in the area. This living history exhibit tells the stories of the early Winston-Salem settlers, black Americans, and indigenous people. At Old Salem, guests can tour a pottery workshop, see the visitor's center and watch craft demonstrations of candle-making. After you peruse the Old Salem grounds, pop in at Winkler Bakery, a beautiful historic bakery operating since 1799. The site is also home to the Museum of Early Southern Decorative Arts, with pieces dating back to 1780. Several specialty exhibits showcase the unique arts that add to the state and area's cultural heritage. Nearby to the Reynolda is the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art (SECCA), a large arts venue with indoor and outdoor exhibits. With galleries of sculptures, photographs, and other media, the SECCA showcases work by international, national, and regional artists. For an adventure and a chance to appreciate Americana, visit the Shell Service Station, a clamshell-shaped service station that's the last of its kind in the country. Inside are photos and Shell memorabilia. Don't forget to get your picture taken with this unique roadside attraction.

Many chances for adventure and recreation are waiting in Winston-Salem. One of the best ways to enjoy the great outdoors is through one of the area's lush green parks. Start at Tanglewood Park, a public park that features tennis courts, a golf course, an aquatic center, and two fishing lakes. See plants from around the world at the Tanglewood Arboretum or take a guided horseback trail ride along the river. Winston-Salems parks have great playgrounds for all ages. Two popular play areas are Miller Park and Washington Park, which features a dinosaur-themed playground.  Summer months are perfect for Winston Waterworks, the city's waterpark. Attractions here include a lazy river, waterslide, and water playground. You're sure to have a splashing good time. For fun on land, Adventure Landing Winston-Salem will keep the whole family entertained with its three miniature 18-hole golf courses, bumper boats, and arcade.

Sports fans have plenty to enjoy in Winston-Salem. Minor league baseball shines at the renowned Truist Stadium while several West Forest University complexes offer a variety of sporting events throughout the year. One of the most attended sports events is the Winston-Salem Open, which is held each August. This United Tennis Association tournament is part of the U.S. Open series and offers a good chance to see some of the top tennis players in the world. Past tournaments feature participants like Andy Murray and Frances Tiafoe.

Winston-Salem has been growing in diversity. In a quest to make the city welcoming for all, Winston-Salem has a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion department. The department's work has paid off, as Winston-Salem is the 42nd Most Diverse City in America according to Niche.com. Located just 15 minutes away in nearby Clemmons, North Carolina Island Cuisine is a beloved Filipino restaurant. The menu has a delightful array of Filipino and Asian fusion entrees with lumpia, pancit bihon, and sisig.

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Crime Rate

Winston-Salem is safe for families. The crime rate has decreased by 3% over the last year and should continue this downward trend. A total of 559 sworn officers are on the Winston-Salem police force and they vigorously protect the city for both residents and visitors.

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