Providers within the Duke Division of General Internal Medicine diagnose and manage a variety of medical conditions in adults throughout the greater Triangle. Our providers include doctors, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants who build long-term relationships centered around keeping patients healthy, preventing illness, and managing their health care needs.
In addition to providing primary care, our clinicians work in fields such as integrative medicine, palliative care, global health, cancer treatment and care, precision medicine, and consultative and hospitalist medicine. These locations include the:
Duke Outpatient Clinic, the medical practice in North Durham for many of our residents in medicine and their patients, is supervised by experienced clinicians in general internal medicine.
The Private Diagnostic Clinic (PDC) is an independent practice through which many Duke faculty physicians practice medicine. Several faculty members have established smaller community-based practices in central and eastern North Carolina and in southern Virginia -- collectively known as the Community PDC.
Duke Primary Care is an extensive network of community-based primary care physicians, conveniently located throughout the Triangle.
Duke Integrative Medicine offers comprehensive medical care that goes beyond treating disease and symptoms to optimize the health and well being of an entire person.
Duke Signature Care provides the concierge model of primary care to offer patients more time with and quick access to their providers.
Duke Palliative Care provides long-term, compassionate care for patients coping with long-term illness.
Duke Hospital Medicine programs are comprised of highly trained, certified physicians treating patients in the hospital setting within Duke University Hospital, Duke Regional Hospital, and Duke Raleigh Hospital.
Durham VA Medical Center provides medical care to the men and women who have served in our armed forces.