African American COVID Taskforce Plus
Addressing racism in health care and the need for patient advocacy are two specific areas of focus.
AME Zion HEAL
The AME Zion HEAL partnership aims to foster health equity and improve health in the African American community through a partnership designed to build trust and collaboration in order to address disparities, and increase engagement in clinical research.
Benefits Enrollment Center
BEC partners with various Duke Health providers and clinics to refer clients who are eligible for assistance from local organizations such as Feed My Sheep Food Pantry of East Durham and More in My Basket that assists with SNAP food assistance applications.
Clean Water for Carolina Kids
Duke’s Environmental Law and Policy Clinic worked with nonprofits to design the fiscal and regulatory framework for implementing a new state rule requiring testing for and removal of lead in drinking and cooking water in childcare centers and pre-K programs
Clergy Health Initiative
The Duke Clergy Health Initiative seeks to assess and improve the health and well-being of United Methodist clergy in North Carolina.
Community Health Improvement Partnership
D-CHIPP is a program of Duke’s School of Nursing to advance community health
Duke Health Patient Care Financial Assistance
275,752 patients received world-class, respectful care regardless of ability to pay
$133M in financial assistance care in FY 2020 for patients, a 26% increase from last year
Duke Kannapolis Health Research
Duke Kannapolis serves as a model for community-engaged research and Duke partnerships to benefit residents across the state.
Family Connects Durham
Universal nurse home visiting program for Durham parents of newborns to promote early childhood development and health. The program serves as a national model with sites across the country.
Global is Local
Local service activities connecting global work with local communities through the Duke Global Health Institute.