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Students are seen by appointment only. Same-day appointments are available depending on the demand and time of day. Contacting us as early as possible is the best way to maximize your chance of getting a same-day appointment.
If no appointments are available, students will be assessed by a triage nurse and provided with an appropriate plan of care. This may consist of guidance on how to manage symptoms at home and/or being scheduled for the next available appointment, emergency expedited care, or referred to an off-campus treatment center.
We always do our best to work in patients with acute illnesses and injuries.
*Closed daily from 12:00PM – 1:00PM for lunch
For after-hours support, call 919-681-9355 and:
Parking: We have four parking spots that can be used on a first-come, first-served basis directly across from the Student Wellness Center on Union Drive. You will need to obtain a parking pass from the front desk.
The closest parking garage is located at the Bryan Center at your own expense.
Duke has offered various types of testing during the COVID-19 pandemic, entry and exist testing at the beginning and end of the semester, surveillance testing, and symptomatic testing. Testing options may vary by semester based on campus operations and current case trends, click here for the most updated information.
If you tested positive for COVID and need a letter of recovery from COVID-19, please complete this Letter of Recovery from Covid-19 request. A letter will be sent to your Duke MyChart account and can be found in the "Letters" tab. Allow 48 hours for the letter to arrive. Requests are completed in the order received.Duke Conronovirus Response
Email Completed Forms to Student Health
The Student Health Fee covers most of the services offered at Student Health if medically indicated and rendered by a Student Health Provider.
Medical care for acute and chronic illness and minor injuries, physical exams, routine medical care, gynecological exams (does not include cost of associated lab tests, such as pap smear and STI screening), allergy shot administration, pregnancy testing, after hours nurse consultations, and in-house lab tests.
Urinalysis, wet prep for vaginal infections, and rapid tests for strep throat, mononucleosis, pregnancy and flu.
X-rays and imaging; prescription medications; medical care provided in the emergency department, hospital, or other non-student healthcare facility, care provided by specialists, including those working within the student health facilities such as dermatology and endocrinology; T-spot (tuberculosis blood test); immunizations; contraceptives; dental care; pregnancy care or deliveries; and most laboratory tests.
Services that are not covered by the health fee are the financial responsibility of the student.
If you are unsure whether a service is covered, please contact Student Health prior to receiving the service.
In response to growing concerns about keeping health information private, Congress passed The Health Insurance standards to protect an individual's personal health information. Most health-care providers in the country were required to implement these standards by April 14, 2003.
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, or HIPAA, requires health care professionals to protect privacy and create standards for electronic transfers of health data. The Office for Civil Rights at the Department of Health and Human Services will enforce the regulations and impose penalties on institutions that do not make a good-faith effort on privacy and security. HIPAA came about because of the public's concern about how health care information is used. HIPAA gives patients more control over their own health information.
Duke Health Enterprise (DHE) is taking steps to provide you, our patient, with these patient rights, which include the right:
HIPAA requires health care providers like DHE to follow certain rules to protect the privacy of patients' health information. For instance, DHE employees are not allowed to access information on patients unless they need the information to perform their jobs. Employees have received training on how to protect patient information, whether that information is spoken, on paper, or kept in a computer.
The Duke Health Enterprise is participating in this effort along with the majority of other health-care providers in the United States. Compliance with the HIPAA privacy rule is important to continuing our tradition of patient confidentiality.
At Duke, patients have a right to privacy! If you have a question about HIPAA or wish to report a privacy concern, please call 1-800-688-1867.