Breadcrumbs Navigation

Home > About Us > Patient Care

Duke Medicine in your community

Duke offers every level of health service, from prevention and primary care to the most sophisticated specialty services, at locations throughout central North Carolina and beyond.

Our health system comprises three hospitals -- the flagship Duke University Hospital on our Duke University Medical Center campus, Duke Regional Hospital, and Duke Raleigh Hospital -- as well as home care and hospice services and dozens of primary and specialty care clinics in communities throughout the region.

As the Southeast’s preeminent health care provider and one of the nation’s best, Duke attracts a total of more than 61,000 inpatient stays and 1.8 million outpatient visits annually.

Because of Duke's leadership in biomedical research, Duke caregivers can offer patients immediate access to new therapies -- bringing the benefits of the latest research directly to the bedside.

Patient care at Duke is also distinguished by a collaborative, patient-centered approach that combines the perspectives of physicians from many specialties with the broad experience of specialized nurses, physician assistants, therapists, technologists, and many other health professionals.

  • See an overview of Duke University Health System components
  • Visit DukeMedicine.org for detailed information on Duke patient care services, caregivers, and locations