Constructed in 1938, the Kate Bitting Reynolds Memorial Hospital, affectionately called the “Katie B,” was the first publicly-operated facility to treat only African-American patients in Winston-Salem and provided African-American residents the opportunity to receive modern, high quality healthcare.
- Forsyth County Historic Resources Commission. (n.d.). Kate Bitting Reynolds Memorial Hospital, N. Cleveland Avenue & E. Seventh Street (PDF). Historic Marker Program.
- Grimes, W.T. (1972). The history of the Kate B. Reynolds Memorial Hospital. J Natl Med Assoc., 64(4), pp. 376-381.
- Prichard, R.W. (1976, May). Winston-Salem's Black Hospitals Prior to 1930. J Natl Med Assoc., 68(3), pp. 246-249. Available online at https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2609655/pdf/jnma00475-0116.pdf.
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