The future of health care is changing. At Duke Raleigh Hospital, we want to make the necessary advancements to care for our patients, their loved ones, and each other as our community grows and its health needs evolve. Over the next several years, you will witness our hospital campus expand to continue to provide the innovative delivery of care and unparalleled patient experience our community deserves.
Follow our journey as we enhance our ability to provide the highest quality care and the best possible experience for patients and their families through our:
Our 214,000 square foot six-story South Pavilion is an extension of our main hospital at 3400 Wake Forest Road. When construction is complete in summer 2021, the South Pavilion will include 92 private rooms with separate sitting areas for families. Additionally, there will be family and patient waiting rooms on each floor overlooking Wake Forest Road.
We will greatly expand our main lobby area and eatery. Our new café will seat approximately 200 guests and include an outdoor terrace with dining areas and a walking path that will connect to our Surgical Services reception area.
The South Pavilion will also create new operating rooms and expanded suites for patients as they prepare and recover from surgery.
We plan to renovate areas of our existing hospital—the North Pavilion—to enhance patients’ experience in our Emergency Department and Pharmacy as well as our endoscopy and inpatient units.
Buildings on our hospital campus will also be renovated to:
Include on-site services for the advanced diagnostic imaging technology known as PET/CT scanning. This technology will allow us to detect certain types of cancer earlier and help our physicians make more informed decisions about treatment options to enhance the comprehensive cancer care we deliver at our hospital. On-site screening and imaging services are offered at Duke Raleigh Hospital Imaging Services.
Increase the services we offer. Presently, Medical Office Building 9 at 3300 Executive Drive is being renovated for use by our specialty clinics, including the Duke Raleigh Hospital Eye Surgery Center.
Expansion 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 to areas across the county, including Holly Springs, Wake Forest, Apex, Knightdale, Brier Creek, and Cary.
Please pardon our construction as we grow Duke Raleigh Hospital to make it the best place to get care and to give care in Wake County.