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COVID-19 Vaccines Available

Schedule your COVID-19 vaccine, including the Pfizer booster shot for eligible populations, or visit one of our walk-in vaccine clinics. The COVID-19 vaccine is available at no cost. You do not need health insurance. You do not need to be a Duke Health patient.

Flu season starts in earnest in October, and it’s particularly important to get a flu vaccine this year so you’re protected while COVID-19 continues to spread.

Flu Season During a Pandemic: Why You Need a Flu Vaccine

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Flu season starts in earnest in October, and it’s important to get a flu vaccine so you’re protected while COVID-19 continues to spread. Your body typically takes up to two weeks to develop an immune response from a vaccine, so getting an immunization now is your safest bet to fight the flu.

Madison Culler smiles on a trail wearing her military uniform near her home in Mebane, NC.

Hip Preservation Surgery at Duke Health Puts Young Cadet One Step Closer to Her Dream

After a day of building a school with her Army unit in Guatemala, 18-year-old Madison Culler was not just tired -- she was also in pain. She didn’t know it yet, but a combination of repetitive movements, physical strain, and an underlying hip condition had torn the cartilage in her right hip. She tried rest and physical therapy, but they didn’t help. Then her physical therapist recommended she learn more about hip preservation surgery at Duke Health. Less than a year after surgery, the college student and ROTC cadet passed her Army physical exams and is back to training with her unit.

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