Duke Children's Hospital
Duke Children's Hospital is a self-contained "hospital within a hospital" on the fifth floor of Duke University Hospital. It contains state-of-the-art pediatric and neonatal intensive care units.
The McGovern-Davison Children's Health Center
The McGovern-Davison Children's Health Center, adjacent to Duke University Hospital, provides an attractive, family-friendly setting for a variety of specialized, state-of-the-art pediatric services. Facilities include the Jim Valvano Day Hospital and dedicated cardiology, pulmonary, endoscopy-bronchoscopy and perioperative suites.
Pediatric Emergency Department
The Pediatric Emergency Department offers a cheerful, child-friendly environment for a wide range of pediatric emergency and trauma services. The facility features equipment designed specifically for children and includes 18 beds, two critical care rooms, and isolation rooms for children with infectious diseases.
Lenox Baker Children's Hospital
Located just one mile west of the main Duke University Hospital Campus, Lenox Baker Children's Hospital provides outpatient services for children with genetic, metabolic, endocrine, and neurodevelopmental disorders. Physical and occupational therapy services are also provided.
Pediatric Primary Care Clinics
Duke Children's staffs three primary care clinics in Durham -- on Pickett Road, Roxboro Street and Herndon Road -- that offer preventive care, healthcare maintenance, and diagnosis and management of acute and chronic illnesses.
Duke Children's physicians provide services at a number of additional locations throughout the state of North Carolina. For a complete list, see our list of other locations .