Part of a continuum of care in the Duke University Health System
Duke Primary Care (DPC) physicians are part of a network of clinics and a continuum of care in the Duke University Health System.
DPC physicians provide high quality and efficient patient care through a comprehensive primary care network. We strive to respond to our community's changing health care needs.
Our physicians have appointments as consulting associate faculty with Duke in the respective Departments of Community and Family Medicine, Medicine, and Pediatrics.
Our hospital referrals include all those surrounding our clinic locations.
Duke Primary Care (DPC) supports Duke University Health System's mission of education, research and patient care through the development and integration of a full-service primary care network.
The network formed in 1994 and now covers 27 locations in eight counties serving the greater Triangle, North Carolina area, including Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill. Over 100 physicians plus physician assistants and nurse practitioners provide health care.
DPC strives to provide high quality and safe patient care.
If for any reason you have concerns about the care provided, we encourage you to discuss this with your provider, clinic, or DPC administration at 919-668-6008.
If you are not satisfied with the response, you may contact The Joint Commission (TJC) at 1-800-994-6610 or via jointcommission.org.
Request an appointment online or by phone at 888-ASK-DUKE (888-275-3853).