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. Learn more

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. More COVID-19 Updates

Sports Medicine

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At Wake Forest Baptist Health Lexington Medical Center, it doesn't matter if you're a Division I college athlete, a passionate recreational golfer or an aging weekend warrior. When you suffer an injury, we only see a person dedicated to his or her sport.

Our patients - active people of all ages and performance levels - benefit from the same advanced techniques and high standards of care. And they feel confident knowing that the region's most experienced team of sports medicine specialists is rooting for them to start playing again as soon as possible.

Sports Medicine: Why Choose Lexington Medical Center?

Our goal is to get you back to your game and keep you active. That's why we develop personalized treatment plans for every patient that focus on both rehabilitation and future injury prevention.

We understand that surgery doesn't always have to be your only option. We offer a range of non-operative treatments and, if surgery is necessary, our doctors are trained in the latest minimally-invasive techniques for faster recoveries.


Learn more about our Joint Replacement Center.

Our Doctors


Karl E. Bolstad, MD


Gordon C. Kammire, MD


J. Simmons Riggan III, MD

Robertson Shepherd Amanda Jo

Amanda Jo Shepherd, MD

Kids and Pros Football Clinic for Davidson County ›

Wake Forest Baptist Health Lexington Medical Center partnered with the Childress Institute for Pediatric Trauma and the Matthew Gfeller Foundation to bring a free football clinic to Davidson County for kids ages 6-13. More than 250 children attended the Kids & Pros Youth Safety Camp at North Davidson High School.

How to Get Here

Joint Replacement Center250 Hospital Drive
Lexington, NC 27292

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Teleconcussion Network benefits Davidson High School Athletes

Daryl Rosenbaum, M.D., director of the sports medicine fellowship program at Wake Forest Baptist, said the program targets high school athletes across Davidson County. "The focus of the program is the concussion management of Davidson County athletes," he said. "We hope this unique telemedicine model will make it easier for the athletes, parents and medical providers in Davidson County to access the experience of our concussion clinic experts." MORE »