On May 1, 2020, MIX 101.5 WRAL-FM hosted an on-air fundraiser and teamed up with local businesses 919-Fix-MyAC and The Carolina Ale House of Durham to bring 160 lunches to healthcare providers at Duke Children's.
Duke connections remain strong and community spirit shines through from the other side of the world. Donations of cash and surgical masks to Duke Health arrive quickly thanks to active network.
As a global logistics provider of equipment for major concerts, sporting events, television, and the film industry, Stephen O’Connell knows how to move things fast.
Nurse Carrie Mohagheghi helped co-workers learn how to correctly wear personal protective equipment.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to challenge hospitals, the Duke Health System is benefitting from the generous support of companies, groups, businesses, and individuals who are providing donations of critically needed Personal Protective Equipment and meals for Duke’s many front-line healthcare providers.
The Duke University School of Nursing's Health Innovation Lab is a collaborative space that brings together the professions of nursing, medicine, and engineering, to develop and test products for use in the patient care setting. This has become especially important during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Researchers and staff at the Duke Human Vaccine Institute and the Duke Regional Biocontainment Laboratory are working around the clock to develop therapies and a vaccine to combat COVID-19.
As the COVID-19 outbreak expands in our state and around the world, we’re grateful for the health care providers who are taking care of patients, their loved ones, and each other. Teams throughout Duke's hospitals, clinics, and research labs are actively monitoring and responding to the developing pandemic in countless ways.