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Whether they are new or returning to the Department of Medicine, we would like to welcome the following individuals who joined us in recent weeks!

Although subtle, the walls and halls of Duke University Hospital are full of creativity. When you walk through the corridors, there are art exhibits of bright, colorful landscapes and flowers, sounds of violins, saxophones, flutes and pianos as background music, and poems on the hospital’s walls for all to enjoy. The organization that coordinates these activities and displays is Arts and Health at Duke.

This spring the Duke Department of Medicine welcomed its new division administrator, Nick Nguyen, MHA, into the division of cardiology. Nguyen is originally from Wilson, NC. Read more about Nguyen's interest in Duke Cardiology, his first impressions of Duke, and his love for classical music and opera.

Whether they are new or returning to the Department of Medicine, we would like to welcome the following individuals who joined us in recent weeks!

A strong health care system does not just rely on patients and their providers to maintain success; it also relies on skills beyond practicing medicine.  Essential to this success is the Department of Medicine’s Revenue Managers, Dianne Tadlock and Jennifer Garrett.

For the Duke Department of Medicine, the gesture of giving back to the community can mean a life-long commitment and Blue Dean, executive director of development for the Department, is a part of the team who helps prospective Duke Health donors give back in a way that is most meaningful to them.

Kevin Thomas, MD, associate professor of medicine (Cardiology), holds a long track record in his career that focuses on health disparities and career development. Most of his research career has been dedicated to understanding disparities in science and medicine.

Throughout the years, Dr. Thomas overcame barriers that placed him on the path he is on today.

Before he was “Kevin Thomas the cardiologist,” he was just a boy with a love for basketball growing up in the city of Fort Washington, Md.

In her 38 years at Duke, Lucy LaVerne Johnson-Pruden's sought change whether it was in career opportunities or in diversity. Now she is retiring.

Whether they are new or returning to the Department of Medicine, we would like to welcome the following individuals who joined us in recent weeks!

Whether they are new or returning to the Department of Medicine, we would like to welcome the following individuals who joined us in recent weeks!

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