Telehealth has emerged as a critical technology during the COVID-19 pandemic, in order to bring medical care to patients while attempting to reduce the transmission of COVID-19

We are proud to announce the 4th annual GIM Excellence Award winners! The recipients listed below were nominated by division members and received a

At the close of Duke Medicine Grand Rounds on June 15, 2018, two GIM faculty members were honored with teaching awards.

Drs. Zipkin and Cho led ACLT residents to Washington, D.C.for an advocacy day to discuss drug pricing reform, opioid safety, and health policy.

Our teaching clinic, the Duke Outpatient Clinic (DOC), is serious about managing complex patients, those individuals who are sometimes labeled by the ED and hospital as "frequent flyers". A new program called "HIDOC" stands for "Highly Individualized, Dedicated Onsite Care" began this year and is led by 4 Duke GIM faculty members: Drs. Lynn Bowlby, Alex Cho, Patrick Hemming, and Jacob Feigal. 

A group of Duke Internal Medicine residents traveled to Washington, D.C., last week as part of the

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Find more lessons learned and tips for mastering Maestro Care over at

At the Duke Outpatient Clinic (DOC), one of the busiest clinics in the Duke University Health System, 75 residents care for 5,200 unique patients p


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