Duke employees in Wake Forest can now receive Duke care without leaving the city.
Open this month, Duke Health Heritage is the newest location in the Duke Health system and includes primary care, pediatrics, women's health and other specialty services, including cardiology, orthopaedics and sports medicine. Radiology and laboratory diagnostic services will also be provided at the 3000 Rogers Road building in Wake Forest.
The addition is part of Duke Health's larger efforts to grow and offer a variety of care options to its North Carolina community. The new Duke Health Heritage location includes a wide scope of care:
- Primary care, pediatrics and urgent care.
- A full range of OB/GYN services, with emphasis on OB care, as well as general wellness care, family planning services and menopausal care.
- Orthopaedic care, including spine, joint replacement, hand and upper extremity, foot and ankle care, sports medicine and pediatric orthopaedics.
- General cardiology and electrophysiology consultations.
- Radiology and diagnostic imaging services include CT, mammography and ultrasound.
In addition to the new Heritage location, Duke is also celebrating its new, state-of-the-art Duke Health Center South Durham with an open house from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Sept. 11. The location at 234 Crooked Creek Parkway in Durham features 14 Duke clinics. Visitors to the open house can take a tour of the building and meet staff and providers. Refreshments will be served.