Visiting medical students, residents, fellows, and PA residents enhance their orthopaedic surgery skills at world-class institutions in Durham, North Carolina and beyond.
Duke University Hospital
Duke University Hospital (DUH) is a 938-acute care bed academic tertiary care facility located in Durham, North Carolina. Duke University Hospital is the flagship teaching hospital for the Duke University Health System, a network of physicians and hospitals serving Durham County and Wake County, North Carolina, and surrounding areas. It is one of three Level I referral centers for the Research Triangle of North Carolina.
Duke Medicine Pavilion
The Duke Medicine Pavilion, a major expansion of Duke University Hospital, has added 16 new operating suites and 160 critical care and intermediate beds. Since completion in 2013, this state-of-the-art facility has enhanced the patient care experience for all specialties.
James E. Davis Ambulatory Surgery Center
For more than 25 years, the multi-specialty James E. Davis Ambulatory Surgical Center (DASC) has provided efficient, safe, and comfortable outpatient surgery in a warm, caring environment. Our health care team is dedicated to providing an efficient and safe environment for our patients and their families while respecting your privacy, in an informative and comfortable setting. DASC surgeons perform 6,000 to 7,000 surgeries annually, including endoscopy procedures such as colonoscopies, ophthalmology procedures, and cosmetic surgery, as well as urologic, orthopaedic, vascular, general, and ear, nose, and, throat surgery. Pediatric procedures include ear, nose, and throat surgery, ophthalmology procedures, and general surgery.
Duke Ambulatory Surgery Center
The Duke Ambulatory Surgery Center (ASC) is a full-service outpatient surgical facility conveniently located in the North Pavilion, three blocks north of Duke University Hospital. This innovative, ambulatory facility offers the latest surgical technology and anesthetic techniques.
Duke Raleigh Hospital
Duke Raleigh Hospital (DRaH) has been a member of the Duke University Health System family since 1998. Christened “Mary Elizabeth Hospital” when it opened its doors in 1914, it was later renamed Raleigh Community Hospital and, in 1978 moved to the current Wake Forest Road location. The hospital has 186 beds and over 500 physicians on the medical staff. Newborn care at Duke Health Raleigh Hospital is provided by physicians from Duke Children’s Hospital.
Duke Regional Hospital
Duke Regional Hospital (DRH), located in northern Durham, North Carolina, is a general-services hospital that has been part of the Duke University Health System since 1998. The hospital has 369 beds and over 500 physicians on the medical staff, and has a certified Level II Intensive Care Nursery. The hospital had 14,935 admissions in the latest year. It performed 3,878 annual inpatient and 11,092 outpatient surgeries. Its emergency room had 63,526 visits.
Duke Cancer Center
Duke Cancer Center is a state-of-the-art patient care facility that consolidates in one convenient location almost all of the outpatient clinical care services for our patients.
Duke South Clinic
Duke Clinic houses many of Duke's renowned specialty services in a single building located near the Duke University School of Medicine and Duke University Hospital in Durham, North Carolina.
Duke Orthopaedics at Page Road
Duke Orthopaedics at Page Road is conveniently located at the Duke Medical Plaza Page Road in RTP—the heart of the North Carolina Triangle (Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill area). We offer a wide range of orthopaedic care services including MRI and a pre-operative anesthesia clinic to provide an efficient patient experience.
North Carolina Orthopaedic Clinic
A part of Duke Medicine, the North Carolina Orthopaedic Clinic (NCOC) in Durham, NC, includes an experienced staff of orthopaedic doctors. At North Carolina Orthopaedic Clinic, our team of nationally respected specialists strives to deliver the highest level of care and individual attention to every patient.
Duke Orthopaedics has an established affiliation with several nearby institutions. Residents will have the opportunity to care for patients and gain hands-on clinical experience through rotations at Durham Veterans Administration Medical Center, Asheville Veterans Administration Medical Center, Duke Raleigh Hospital, Duke Regional Hospital, or Children's Healthcare of Atlanta at Scottish Rite. Visiting medical students, fellows, and PA residents primarily care for patients in the Durham/Raleigh area.
Durham Veterans Administration Medical Center
The Durham Veterans Administration Medical Center (D-VA) is a 271-bed tertiary care referral, teaching, and research facility affiliated with Duke University School of Medicine. Durham VA provides general and specialty medical, surgical, psychiatric inpatient and ambulatory services, and serves as a major referral center for North Carolina, southern Virginia, north South Carolina, and eastern Tennessee.
Asheville Veterans Administration Medical Center
The Charles George Asheville Veterans Administration Medical Center (A-VA) is a tertiary care, 119-bed acute care facility located in western North Carolina. Select residents are assigned to rotate here for six months under the direction of Dr. Frank M. Brown, Chief of Orthopaedic Surgery.
Children's Healthcare of Atlanta at Scottish Rite
The Children's Healthcare of Atlanta at Scottish Rite (Atlanta, GA) is located near Northside Hospital and St. Joseph's Hospital. Children's at Scottish Rite offers many services, including an emergency department and a comprehensive inpatient rehabilitation unit. Select residents are assigned to rotate here for six months under the direction of Dr. Jorge A. Fabregas.
Sports game coverage
Durham Public Schools (DPS): Sports medicine fellows and residents participate in football game coverage for Riverside, Jordan, Northern, Southern, and Hillside High Schools. Physicians are required to participate in a background check prior to providing game coverage.
North Carolina Central University (NCCU): Sports medicine fellows and residents participate in football game coverage for North Carolina Central University.
Orange County Schools: Sports medicine fellows and residents participate in football game coverage for Orange and Cedar Grove High Schools. Physicians are required to participate in a background check prior to providing game coverage.
Wake County Public Schools: Residents participate in football game coverage for Panther Creek High School.