You have questions and we have answers! Find answers to our most commonly asked questions below:
What hospitals and other facilities comprise the Duke University Health System?
Three acute care hospitals, a multitude of outpatient clinic services that span North Carolina and southern Virginia, and HomeCare & Hospice.
Duke University Hospital
2301 Erwin Road
Durham, NC 27710
Duke Regional Hospital
3643 North Roxboro Street
Durham, NC 27704
Duke Raleigh Hospital
3400 Wake Forest Road
Raleigh, NC 27609
Duke HomeCare & Hospice
4321 Medical Park Drive, Suite 101
Durham, NC 27704
Duke Primary Care (DPC)
A network of nearly 100 skilled physicians serving the varied health care needs of residents in eight counties, from 20 clinical locations across the greater Triangle area.
Private Diagnostic Clinics (PDC)
An independent, for-profit limited liability company of Duke faculty physicians that serves the community in varying clinic locations in Durham and Wake counties.
The Patient Revenue Management Organization (PRMO) is the centralized billing and collections office for Duke University Health System, formed in 2001, as a standalone operating division of the health system.
How can I contact a Nurse Recruiter?
You are welcome to contact Nurse Recruitment at 800-232-6877, Weekdays, 7:30 -5:00 pm.
I already applied on-line, how do I get an update on my application?
To check the status of jobs you have applied to, log back into the system and Click "Job submission status".
When can I schedule an interview and will I be able to shadow on the unit?
We continuously review submitted resumes and contact selected candidates for interviews. A shadow experience may or may not be scheduled as part of your interview process. Selected candidates will be notified in advance of their interview date if it is necessary to shadow at this time.
I have applied for a specific position several times, but have not been selected to interview.
You may not meet the qualifications for the position and/or the manager's preferences. It is important to carefully review the position requirements and preferences.
Does Duke offer an OR training program for experienced nurses without any OR experience?
We do offer a New to the OR training program for experienced nurses without OR experience. It is a 6-month orientation that includes classroom instruction and training working side by side with a preceptor in the OR. Participating facilities include: Duke Raleigh Hospital, Duke Regional Hospital and Duke University Hospital.
Does Duke Nursing employ non-U.S. citizens?
Yes, we employee nurses form abroad, providing they meet our employment requirements and Federal regulations concerning working in the U.S. Use these helpful links to assist you in determining your employment status eligibility:
Are there International Opportunities for employment with Duke Nursing?
Yes, there are occasionally opportunities to work with Duke Nursing-associated facilities and programs outside of the United States. For more information, visit the Duke Visa Services web page:
Does Duke offer relocation assistance?
Yes*. There are two options available to new employees hired into full-time nursing positions (30-40 hours/week).
Option 1: A taxable relocation allowance that you would receive 6-8 weeks after you start your new position. It is included as supplemental pay in your regular paycheck ($3,000 allowance for out-of-state hires if you relocate to NC; or $1,000 allowance for in-state hires if you move at least 75 miles).
Option 2: Use one of our two moving companies to move you (the same amounts as above).
*Complete relocation guidelines can be obtained from the Nurse Recruitment office, and are subject to change.
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