Obstetric and gynecologic services are offered through the clinics and hospitals of North Carolina that comprise the Duke University Health System. In addition to routine care, we provide evaluation and management of the full range of gynecologic and obstetric concerns, including:
Our multidisciplinary approach includes obstetricians, gynecologists, nurse practitioners, nurse educators, dieticians, genetic counselors, physical therapists, and lactation consultants. We also offer a full calendar of pregnancy education classes and educational programs focusing on many other women’s issues.
Duke provides comprehensive care for women, including state-of-the-art fertilization techniques; high-risk pregnancy care; specialized treatments for complex gynecologic conditions; and expert, specialized care for autoimmune disorders, cardiac disease, cancer, and diabetes. Duke research findings such as the role of the BRCA gene in breast cancer, therapeutic use of estrogen in heart disease, and new improvements in mammography technology and analysis are making significant contributions to women's health.
Duke Medicine offers many other clinical programs that cross traditional academic and clinical disciplines to provide comprehensive, patient-centered care. For more information, please visit dukemedicine.org or call 919.684.2471 for appointments.
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