Duke University Medical Center
Duke University Medical Center is the name given to the group of patient care, education and medical research facilities on the medical campus of Duke University in Durham, North Carolina.
At Duke University Medical Center
The major patient care facilities at Duke University Medical Center include:
- Duke University Hospital (sometimes referred to as Duke North)
- Duke Children's Hospital and Health Center
- Duke Medicine Pavilion
- Duke Cancer Center
- Duke Clinic (sometimes referred to as Duke South)
- North Pavilion
Preparing For Your Visit
We provide equal access for all people and offer a range of free accessibility services to patients and visitors who need them.
Free interpreter services can be provided for patients who prefer to communicate in a language other than English.
Plan your trip to Duke University Medical Center through GoDurham bus routes 6, 11, 11B, and 20 or GoTriangle bus routes 400, 405, and DRX (Durham-Raleigh Express). The closest bus stops are Trent Dr at Duke Hospital South, Duke Hospital, Erwin Rd at Research Dr, and Erwin Rd at Emergency Dr. If you have trouble accessing these routes, visit GoDurham Access and GoTriangle Access to check if you meet the ADA eligibility for accessible transit programs.
Duke Transit provides free bus service to the Duke University Medical Center campus for students, employees, patients, and visitors. See maps of bus routes.