Employee Occupational Health and Wellness cares for the health of all Duke employees as it pertains to working at Duke. Your personal health information is always kept confidential, and our employee record system is not a part of Maestro care.

Employee Occupational Health & Wellness (EOHW) has three locations at Duke:

Duke Clinic Location

Sub-basement of the Orange Zone (Room 00350)
Phone: 919-684-3136 (option #2)
For questions about FMLA:
Email: eohwfmla@win.duke.edu
Phone:  919-681-0508
Fax: 919-660-0231 or 919-681-0555

Duke Regional Hospital Location

308 Crutchfield Street (Suite C)
Durham, NC 27704-2755
Phone: 919-470-5350
Fax: 919-470-5370

Duke Raleigh Hospital Location

3320 Executive Drive
Raleigh, NC 27609-7445
Phone: 919-954-3952
Fax: 919-954-3953

If you need assistance when Employee Occupational Health offices are closed, you may reach an occupational health nurse by calling the blood and body fluid exposure hotline at 919-684-8115.

EOHW Services


Flu Shots

Duke faculty and staff can receive free flu vaccine shots at the Employee and Occupational Health & Wellness clinic (flu shot schedule). Patient care providers are strongly encouraged to get vaccinated to not only protect themselves but also their patients from this highly contagious disease.

COVID Vaccine Outside Documentation

If you received your COVID-19 vaccine outside of Duke Employee Health (e.g. another institution or provider, pharmacy, or received vaccine during a clinical research trial), please click here to submit your documentation to Duke Employee Health.

Respirator Fit Testing

Upcoming fit testing sessions can be found online.

Blood and Body Fluid (BBF) Hotline

Any exposure to blood or body fluids should be called in to the BBF hotline at 919-684-8115 as soon as possible.  Exposures include, but are not limited to, needle sticks, splashes, and bites.  A trained healthcare professional will respond to all hotline calls 24/7. 

We will assess the exposure, order lab tests as needed, prescribe medicine free of charge as indicated, and schedule follow up monitoring when recommended. 

What to do if you are injured at work

Call the nearest Employee Occupational Health office to schedule an appointment (see locations and phone numbers to the left).  Please make sure that you and your supervisor complete an injury report and bring it with you when you receive treatment.

Report all injuries or near-misses as soon as possible, and within 24 hours.

Tuberculosis Screening

A tuberculosis screening must be performed by an RN, MD, PA, or NP other than yourself. Results must be read 48-72 hours after placement of the tuberculin test. If there is any redness, swelling, or induration present the employee MUST BE SEEN IN EOHW as soon as possible.

Please complete the tuberculosis questionnaire if you cannot take the TB skin test and this has been documented by EOHW.

DUHS FMLA Management

EOHW determines if an absence is an FMLA qualifying event and provides an EOHW Determination Form to both the manager and the employee. This process is mandatory for all DUHS managers.

Travel Clinic

Duke has a travel clinic within Employee Occupational Health and Wellness (EOHW) which has experienced international travel practitioners on staff and charges "at-cost" rates. Employees and adult dependents/spouses can visit the clinic for a travel-related risk assessment and vaccinations. You should complete the Travel Questionnaire prior to your visit and bring documentation of your vaccine history. If you are traveling outside of the country for official Duke business, you should complete the Travel Registry. Here are some frequently asked questions.

Travel Medicine

EOHW provides travel-related health services to employees who must travel abroad on Duke related business and will refer employees to other resources when necessary. Employees should contact EOHW well in advance of anticipated travel, as vaccinations may sometimes entail a series of inoculations.

Reproductive Health Consults

EOHW conducts reproductive health consults for any Duke employee who is pregnant or trying to conceive and is concerned about potential work-place exposures.

Health Reviews

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Personal Assistance Service (PAS)

Personal Assistance Service (PAS) is the faculty/employee assistance program of Duke University. The staff of licensed professionals offer assessment, short-term counseling, and referrals to help resolve a range of personal, work, and family problems. PAS services are available free of charge to Duke faculty and staff, and their immediate family members.


LIVE FOR LIFE is Duke University's employee health promotion program. LIVE FOR LIFE's mission at Duke University is to support the goal of the Office of Human Resources in 1) providing programs and services to help Duke's people successfully accomplish the organization's missions, and 2) assist and support Duke's manager's in recruiting and retaining top-quality, diverse and healthy staff and to help develop an effective, productive workforce. 3) LIVE FOR LIFE will also promote a work culture and environment that supports healthy and safe behaviors/lifestyles.


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