The Duke division of General Internal Medicine provides exceptional patient care, conducts research to improve health and health care delivery, and trains clinician leaders and scholars.

With more than 160 faculty members contributing to our clinical, research and education programs, the division is among the largest divisions in the Duke Department of Medicine.

Research

Faculty within the division of General Internal Medicine are national and international leaders in health services delivery, clinical epidemiology, health economics and health policy, biomedical informatics, implementation science and health care innovation, medical ethics, and patient-centered outcomes. Learn more.

Clinical Programs

The division provides outstanding comprehensive care for patients in primary care practices, hospital settings and specialty practices. Our faculty physicians see patients in Duke Medicine clinics, the Durham Veterans Affairs Ambulatory and Hospital Medicine Practices. Learn more.

Education

Division faculty teach medical students, residents, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, clinicians and faculty, and others throughout the School of Medicine. Learn more.

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Saumil Chudgar, MD, MS
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