As of November 1st, Raleigh Orthopaedic’s North Raleigh location at the Durant Medical Center will be moving to a new, larger location. The new location can be found in Wakefield, in the Rex Healthcare building, in Suite 309. It will be approximately 10 minutes northeast of the previous location, with access via Route 1 or Falls of Neuse Road. The one big change will be that the physical therapy clinic will now operate in a separate building across the street. Our North Raleigh location will be officially closed on October 22nd.
In order to help our patients with this change in location, Raleigh Orthopaedic has provided the following questions and answers to help you stay informed.
When is the new location in Wakefield set to open?
The Raleigh Orthopaedic Wakefield location is tentatively set to open November 1st, 2021. Please note that Wakefield is not yet able to book appointments online. If you would like an appointment, please call 919-781-5600.
What will happen to current appointments scheduled after November 1st at the North Raleigh location?
Appointments that are currently scheduled at 10880 Durant Road will be moved to the new Wakefield location. If for some reason you need to change your location to one of our other orthopedic clinics in Wake County, please call us at 919-781-5600.
What services will be offered at the new orthopedic doctor’s office in Wakefield?
Those familiar with Raleigh Orthopaedic and our North Raleigh location can expect the exact same set of services that are currently available, which include:
- Urgent Care Services
- Sports Medicine
- Therapy Services
- Imaging Services
- Specialized Treatment by Body Part
- Joint Replacement
Which doctors will be available at the Wakefield location?
The providers have changed very little from the North Raleigh location. You can find the complete initial list of our doctors below:
- Daniel J. Albright
- Edwin R. Cadet
- Michael J. Casale
- David M. Dare
- David Clinton McNabb
- Mark R. Mikles
- Eric G. Simmons
- Daniel J. Thibaudeau
- Harrison G. Tuttle
- Bradley K. Vaughn
What’s the best route to get to Raleigh Orthopaedic Wakefield?
For most, taking Route 1 either north or south is going to be the easiest road for getting to the new office. However, those that take Falls of Neuse Rd. may experience a shorter drive, depending on their starting point.
About Raleigh Orthopaedic
Raleigh Orthopaedic is Wake County’s oldest and most experienced orthopedic practice, officially serving the Triangle for over 100 years. Our mission is to provide our patients the highest quality musculoskeletal care, whether you’re seeking treatment for a sprain, strain, or broken bone at our urgent care clinics, or are undergoing surgery with one of our 23 physicians. What hurts? Come to our new Wakefield location after November 1st and let Raleigh Orthopaedic provide you a better outcome.