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Residency & Fellowship Programs
Duke Health has over 1,000 GME residents and fellows in programs ranging from very small sub-specialty fellowships to large specialty programs. Each person makes Duke Health special—providing opportunities to forge enduring relationships with world-class faculty, resident and fellow colleagues, other members of the health care team, and most importantly, patients and families. Our training programs are regularly ranked among the top programs in the nation.
Learn more on the Training Programs page and in the Applicants section of our website.
Duke Health: There is No Place Like Home
Though it is the youngest of the nation's leading medical enterprises, Duke Health has grown into one of the country's largest clinical and biomedical research institutions. Duke Health encompasses a health system that spans 32 counties in North Carolina and includes areas in neighboring states. Duke University Hospital recently celebrated its 90th anniversary.
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"The patient population at Duke is incredibly diverse, which makes for a more enriching learning experience. Everyone here has also been very welcoming and down to earth which also makes for a great learning environment." - Elizabeth Atteh, MD, Pediatrics
Join the Movement: Commitment to Social Justice and Dismantling Racism
Duke Health is taking specific actions to combat the social pandemics of systemic racism and injustice that plague our country. The health system, School of Medicine, and School of Nursing have begun the important work of learning from and reconciling moments of inequity across Duke Health and are now audaciously driving a movement for real change that makes our organization and community stronger, healthier and more just. Through this endeavor -- Moments to Movement -- we are beginning the critical work of learning from our history, understanding our present and planning for a bolder, more diverse and inclusive future.
Additionally, initiatives across Duke Health and with partners are aimed at combating racism and decreasing health disparities for historically marginalized populations, including work within the Duke Clinical & Translational Science Institute, the Duke Center for Research to Advance Health Equity, and LATIN-19 (Latinx Advocacy Team & Interdisciplinary Network for COVID-19), recently founded by two School faculty members.
Moments to Movement
"The Duke program provides solid internal medicine training that will prepare you for whatever you want to do after, whether it's primary care, hospital medicine, or subspecialty training. It does so without compromising camaraderie and a nurturing learning environment. The leadership is also committed to making the residency experience an educational one." - Allison Taylor, MD, MS, Internal Medicine
Anti-Racism, Diversity & Inclusion Information