The future of health care is changing. At Duke Raleigh Hospital, we are making the necessary advancements to care for our patients, their loved ones, and each other as our community grows and its health needs evolve. Our hospital campus is expanding as part of our effort to provide the innovative care our community deserves.
Please pardon our construction and follow us on our journey as we enhance your experience when you visit us for all your health and wellness needs. We are growing Duke Raleigh Hospital to make it the best place to get and to give care in Wake County.
South Pavilion Opens Soon
Our 210,000+-square-foot, six-story South Pavilion features 92 private rooms with separate sitting areas for families, and new family and patient waiting rooms on inpatient floors overlooking Wake Forest Road. New operating rooms and expanded recovery suites allow us to care for more patients. Other enhancements include:
a large, open lobby featuring work from local artists
a larger café with seating for close to 200 guests
an outdoor courtyard with dining areas and tranquility garden.
Learn more about the South Pavilion:
Ongoing Hospital Renovations (North Pavilion)
Renovations to our existing hospital—the North Pavilion—will enhance your experience throughout the space. Initial renovations include:
expanding our surgical services area by adding an additional 36 pre/post/PACU bays totaling 24,000 square feet to be completed within the year
expanding the chapel
creating a large corridor to connect the North and South Pavilions.
When these updates are complete in 2022, Duke Raleigh Hospital will have a unified front entrance that will serve the North Pavilion, the South Pavilion, and 3320 Wake Forest Road.
Expanding Care in Wake County
As the health needs of Wake County’s growing population change, there is a necessity for more services in its suburbs. Duke Raleigh Hospital and Duke Health are bringing our providers across the county, including Holly Springs, Wake Forest, Apex, Knightdale, Brier Creek, and Cary.