WakeMed Urgent Care locations at Ashville Avenue in Cary, Blue Ridge Road in Raleigh, and Forestville Crossing in Raleigh closed on Friday, April 19 at 3 pm due to severe weather. Normal operating hours will resume on Saturday, April 20. 

Preventable Injury Education

SafeKids Wake County is your go-to injury prevention resource to keep the children in our community out of harm’s way. Below find downloadable and printable handouts to share with friends and family on the most common preventable childhood hazards. For more safety tips, visit SafeKids Worldwide.

  Child Passenger Safety  

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  Water Safety  

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  Poison/Drug Safety  

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  Fire/Burn Safety  

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  Bicycle/Pedestrian Safety  

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  TV Tipovers  

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  Button Battery  

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  Sports Safety  

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  Toy Safety  

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  Teen Driver/Distracted Driving  

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  Falls/Playground Safety  

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  Useful Online Resources  

Useful Online Resources




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Cold and Flu Season Can Be a Monster

Visitation Restrictions

RSV & flu season is here, and in an effort to protect our tiniest patients from illness, children ages 12 and younger will not be allowed to visit patients in the hospital.