Title Description Tags
Maestro Care Quick Tip -- COVID-19 Vaccination Workflow

This document describes the workflow appointment/call/scheduling center staff should follow to schedule a patient for COVID-19 vaccination. The document also includes answers to basic questions patients may ask about the vaccine and vaccination appointment. Updated 1.14.21

Maestro Care
Patient Masking Update Letter – Spanish

This patient letter can be used to help team members communicate inpatient masking updates with patients. This version of the letter is in Spanish. Uploaded 06.23.20

Patient Communication and Signage
Pediatric Caregiver Screening and Re-banding Process

This document outlines the pediatric caregiver screening and re-banding process. Uploaded 04.10.20

Pediatric Specific Guidance
Duke Primary and Urgent Care Patient Instructions for Drive-Up Testing in Spanish

This document contains instructions in Spanish for patients coming to a DPC/DUC clinic for drive-up test collection. Updated 03.04.21

Ambulatory DPC, Drive-Up Testing, Spanish
Quick Tip: Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine Question Updates

Tip sheet about changes to Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine questions in Maestro Care (created by DHTS for everyone who administers COVID-19 vaccine). Uploaded 08.27.2021

Maestro Care, Vaccine
Inpatient/ED: Required PPE

An 8.5x11 sign showing the required PPE (personal protective equipment) for staff in Inpatient and Emergency Departments. Uploaded 03.21.20

PPE Signage-Clinical, Donning & Doffing
Maestro Care: Using the COVID Vaccine Waitlist

The wait list feature is used to keep track of patients who need an appointment. This Maestro Care tip sheet provides instructions for adding patients to the waitlist who qualify for a COVID vaccine, but who we are unable to schedule. Do not add patients to the wait list if they do not meet the current qualifications to receive the vaccine. The WL-COVID VACCINE(HOTLINE) [9070624] waitlist should only be used for initial vaccine appointments, not for second dose appointments. Uploaded 2.26.21

Maestro Care
3M 8210/8110S and 3M 8511 N95 Seal Check Instructions

This document illustrates N95 seal check instructions for the following N95 non-surgical respirators: 3M 8210/8110S (without a valve) and 3M 8511 (with a valve). Updated 01.07.22

PPE, N95, Donning & Doffing
DPC Standard Work for Pediatric Lab Process

This document includes standard work instructions for Duke Primary Care family medicine and pediatric practices to use when obtaining lab specimens from pediatric patients. Uploaded 04.23.20

Ambulatory DPC
Duke Primary Care Process for Conducting Telephone Visits on Day of Appointment

This document is the standard work for DPC clinic staff and providers when conducting a telephone visit to clarify the role of providers and staff in telephone visits when working from home. Uploaded 04.29.20

Ambulatory DPC, Telehealth
Grief Symposium Nov. 9, 2021

Event flyer for the Grief Symposium on Nov. 19, 2021.

Tips for Leaders to Respond to Stress

Tips for leaders to help support employees managing physical, mental and emotional health during and after a stressful event. Uploaded 03.21.20

Employee Health, Well-being & Emotional Support
Informational Handout: What is the 21st Century Cares Act?

The 21st Century Cares Act is a Federal Mandate created to prevent the blocking of electronic health information between health systems, apps and devices. This handout has more infromation about this act. Uploaded 04.02.21

Universal Testing of Pediatric Patients Requiring Inpatient Hospitalization at Duke University Hospital

All pediatric patients admitted to Duke University Hospital who have not tested positive for COVID-19 within the preceding 3 months should have COVID-19 testing performed within 72 hours of their admission or at the time of admission. Various pathways exist to test patients depending on the origin of the admission. Uploaded 08.06.20

Pediatrics, Testing Guidance, Duke University Hospital, Pediatric Specific Guidance, DUH Testing Guidance
Duke Primary Care Quick Reference Guide for Scheduled, Chargeable Telephone Visits

This document is a quick reference guide (tip sheet) for Duke Primary Care (DPC) providers on conducting scheduled, chargeable telephone visits. Uploaded 05.10.20

Telehealth
ICU Educational Resources for the Non-ICU Clinician - Duke University Health System

This document includes ICU educational resources for the non-ICU clinician. The information includes links to websites with free modules provided by the Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM). Uploaded 04.01.20

Clinical Guidance and Forms (General), ICU Care
COVID Dashboard Lookup

Directions for locating the DUHS Dashboard for Molnupiravir/Paxlovid Supplies. UPLOADED 1-13-22

Clinical Guidance and Forms (General)
Provider Rounding Tips for Patients on Isolation

This document is for healthcare providers and lists tips for provider rounding teams to limit in-room exposure times and number of in-room visits and to assist in bundling care for patients in isolation. Uploaded 03.22.20

Clinical Guidance and Forms (General), PPE Conservation
Updated Guidance for Team Member Meetings and Conferences

This document provides guidance for team members planning Duke-sponsored, small-sized indoor meetings and conferences. Uploaded 05.14.21

Employee Health
AVS Known COVID-19 Infection in Immunocompromised Patients

These after-visit summary instructions are for English-speaking patients who have known COVID-19 infection and are immunocompromised. They outline important information about home isolation and self-monitoring periods. They also provide guidance for those living in households with someone with COVID-19 symptoms. This document can be used as discharge instructions/after visit summary/AVS. Uploaded 09.30.20

After Visit Summary, Patient Communication and Signage
Tracheostomy Protocol During COVID-19

This document provides multidisciplinary guidance for safely performing tracheostomies and for post-tracheostomy care in patients who were diagnosed with COVID-19 (tracheostomy protocol). Please note, there is a new recommendation that special airborne contact isolation may be discontinued once the patient meets appropriate criteria using the symptom-based strategy. Updated 08.04.20

Clinical Guidance and Forms (General)
Isolation Procedures and COVID-19 Testing for Asymptomatic Immunocompromised Patients in the Inpatient Setting

This document provides guidance on testing and isolation procedures for the hematopoietic stem cell transplants (HSCT), solid organ transplants (SOT) and acute leukemic patients who are admitted to the hospital. Uploaded 07.02.20

Clinical Guidance and Forms (General), Pediatrics, High-risk Populations
Required PPE with PAPR Unit – Special Airborne/Contact Isolation

This document shows the PPE needed when wearing a PAPR unit for Special Airborne/Contact Isolation. Uploaded 1.28.22.

Referring Provider Email Regarding Surgery Postponement

This document contains approved email copy that can be used to communicate to referring physicians or surgeons about the postponement of a patient surgery or non-urgent procedure due to the COVID-19 public health emergency. Uploaded 03.25.20

Periop Management, Elective Procedure, Referring Physician Email
New Password Policy for Duke Health Team Members

Duke Health users and sponsored guests must update passwords as soon as possible, but will not be required to change passwords in the future – unless you want to update or your password is compromised. The new password policy removes the requirement to update passwords every 180 days and requires passwords to be at least 12 characters (special characters and numbers are no longer required); however, including special characters creates a stronger password. In addition, the option to update passwords using CTRL+ALT+DEL is no longer available. This handout provides more information about this update. Uploaded 7.2.21

Duke COVID-19 Vaccination Work Group Update 11.12.20

This email was distributed to the Duke community about the COVID-19 vaccine from the Duke COVID-19 Vaccination Work Group on 11.12.20

Employee Health
Forever Face Shield Instructions

New “forever” face shields are available from the Duke Pratt School of Engineering. This document provides instructions for the appropriate use, assembly and cleaning of these new face shields. Updated 06.02.20

PPE, PPE Signage-Clinical
Duke University Hospital Conservation of Thermometers and Stethoscopes

This document lists the instructions to help conserve thermometers and stethoscopes used for all isolation patients at Duke University Hospital. Uploaded 04.06.20

Clinical Guidance and Forms (General), Operations and Visitation, Duke University Hospital, PPE Conservation
Registration Bypass Warning Report-Travel Screening (3.13.20)

This document is for ambulatory scheduling staff and outlines how to run and navigate the Registration Bypass Warning Report-Travel Screening. Uploaded 03.26.20

Ambulatory DPC
Important Dates for Receiving your COVID Vaccine

This handout includes important dates for receiving your COVID vaccine before the required deadline. Uploaded 08.19.21

Employee Health, Vaccine
Scheduling COVID-19 vaccines through DPC

This document provides Duke Primary and Urgent Care staff an overview of the process for scheduling patients for COVID-19 vaccination. Uploaded 1.13.21

Ambulatory PDC
Team Member Visitor Restrictions Update June 23

This document includes an email update that was distributed to all Duke Health employees on the morning of June 23rd. This update included important policies regarding our updated visitor restrictions for inpatients and outpatients. Uploaded 06.23.20

Visitor Restrictions, Operations and Visitation
DUH, PDC & DPC COVID-19 Testing Guidance

This document provides updated guidance for COVID-19 testing. This includes recommendations for testing based on 12 categories of patients and the respective approved tests at Duke University Hospital (DUH), Private Diagnostic Clinic (PDC) and Duke Primary Care (DPC). Guidelines at Duke Regional Hospital and Duke Raleigh Hospital vary based on workflows and testing capabilities; please work with the respective entity CMO for appropriate guidance. Updated 07.14.20

Testing Guidance, Duke University Hospital, Ambulatory PDC, Ambulatory DPC, DUH Testing Guidance
Duke Primary and Urgent Care Patient Instructions for Drive-Up Testing

This document contains instructions for patients coming to a DPC/DUC clinic for drive-up test collection. Updated 03.04.21

Ambulatory DPC, Drive-Up Testing
DUHS Honoring Teamwork

A list of investments made in support of DUHS team members to recognize their commitment to patient care during COVID-19.

HR & Team Resources
Outpatient: Required PPE

This document is an 8.5x11 flyer for healthcare workers showing required PPE for outpatient care. Uploaded 03.21.20

PPE Signage-Clinical, Ambulatory DPC
Protocol for Perioperative Management of Surgical Procedures During the COVID-19 Pandemic

This document addresses perioperative management of patients presenting for surgery during the COVID-19 pandemic, including those who are KNOWN or SUSPECTED (i.e. rule-out/PUI) COVID-19 positive and need urgent surgery. Uploaded: 6.14.21

Periop Management
Visitor Restriction FAQs

These visitor restriction FAQs provide answers to frequently asked questions regarding our updated visitor restrictions. Please review these for more information regarding our current visitor restrictions in place. Uploaded: 07.13.20

Operations and Visitation, FAQs and Talking Points
DPC Pediatrics Lab Letter

This document is a letter Duke Primary Care family medicine and pediatrics practices can share with a patient/patient’s guardian about the process for obtaining lab specimens from pediatric patients. Uploaded 04.27.20

Ambulatory DPC
DPC COVID-19 Patient/Visitor Screening

This document includes guidelines and scripting for patient and visitor screening at Duke Primary and Urgent Care clinics. Uploaded 07.29.20

Ambulatory DPC
Community Vaccination Event December 4 - ENGLISH

Community COVID Vaccination Event Flyer 

How to Manage Emotional Health During Crisis

This document is for all staff and includes tips for managing physical, mental, and emotional health and dealing with anxiety related to a medical health crisis. Uploaded 03.21.20

Employee Health, Well-being & Emotional Support
21st Century Cares Act Training Presentation

The 21st Century Cares Act is a federal mandate created to prevent the blocking of electronic health information between health systems, apps and devices. This presentation (training) provides more information about this act and how it impacts our providers.

Maestro Care
Disruptive Patient and Visitor Banner: Duke Raleigh Hospital

This banner may be displayed to highlight our disruptive patient & visitor policy. This is a reminder for patients and visitors that we will not tolerate aggressive behavior at Duke Health. It also highlights how our team values diversity and treats everyone with respect. Uploaded 08.07.20

Operations and Visitation, Patient Communication and Signage, Duke Raleigh Hospital
Smart List for Adding an Attestation Consent Statement for the Use of a Video Visits During the Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic

This document provides the smart list for adding an attestation consent for a video visit during the response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Uploaded 05.10.20

Telehealth
Tips to Protect Yourself and Others from COVID-19: After-Visit Summary Instructions in Arabic

This document illustrates several tips for preventing the spread of COVID-19. It can be used as discharge instructions/after visit summary/AVS for Arabic-speaking patients. Updated 02.03.22

Ambulatory DPC, Ambulatory PDC, Patient Communication and Signage, Pediatric Specific Guidance, Discharge Instructions
Visitor Guidelines for Duke Health Hospital Locations (Updated 2-18-22)

Your safety and well-being are our top priority. We recognize these restrictions may be difficult for you and your loved ones. This is a challenging time, and these visitor guidelines are intended to provide additional safeguards for our patients, families, visitors and team members. Duke Health has modified its visitation guidelines based on recommendations from the CDC and our infectious disease experts. | UPDATED 2-18-22

Patient Communication and Signage, Operations and Visitation, Visitor Restrictions
Ability to Work/Return to Work for Healthcare Providers

Guidelines for healthcare providers (HCPs) with known or suspected COVID-19 infection, including return to work criteria and protocol. Updated 12.8.20

Employee Health, Safe Return On-site
Message to Patients Ages 12 to 15 Regarding COVID-19 Vaccination

This message was distributed to more than 16,000 patients ages 12 to 15 to notify them that they are now eligible to receive the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine.

Vaccine, Patient Communication and Signage
Guidelines for Social Gatherings & Holiday Celebrations

We understand that in past years, our colleagues would often come together as teams to celebrate the holiday season and our collective successes. This year will feel different for sure, but we again want to prioritize safety of our team members so that everyone may remain healthy and able to connect with loved ones. As such, please note the guidelines outlined in this document. Uploaded 11.18.21

Well-being & Emotional Support, HR & Team Resources
Duke Guidelines for Antithrombotic Therapy in Hospitalized Patients with COVID 19

The attached document contains information about the guidelines for antithrombotic therapy in hospitalized patients with COVID-19. Uploaded 05.22.20

Clinical Guidance and Forms (General)
Guidance for Procedural Areas Caring for Suspected or Confirmed COVID-19 Patients

This guidance is for healthcare workers in procedural areas and explains when to use HEPA filters in procedural rooms for patients with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 infection. Uploaded 04.09.20

Clinical Guidance and Forms (General)
DUHS New Hire COVID-19 Vaccine Information

Consistent with our values and commitment to zero harm for our patients, their loved ones and our team, we have new COVID-19 vaccination requirements. New team members joining Duke University Health System are required to receive a COVID-19 vaccine or a Duke-approved medical or religious exemption. UPLOADED 1-31-22

vaccination requirements
Visitor Restrictions Enforced Digital Sign

This 8x10 digital sign enforces visitor restrictions and indicates all patients entering hospitals and clinics will be screened. Uploaded 03.26.20

Patient Communication and Signage, Visitor Restrictions
Guidelines for Re-opening of Operations by Communicable Disease Risk

This document is for internal Duke Health use only. Please note these guidelines are subject to change as needed. These guidelines will help us in responding to infectious diseases or other potential issues that may demand for us to strengthen our safety practices. Please note that we will provide broad communication any time we need to switch from one tier to another. Updated: 03.11.22

Operations and Visitation
Duke COVID-19 Vaccination Work Group Update 11.20.20

This email was distributed to the Duke community about the COVID-19 vaccine from the Duke COVID-19 Vaccination Work Group on 11.20.20

Employee Health
Referring Physician Email Sent on 6.3.2020

This email was sent on 6.3.2020 to a referring physician audience and explains Duke has measures and precautions in place to provide safe care to patients referred to Duke Health. Uploaded 06.03.20

Referring Physician Email
Pandemic Response Network: Duke Community Health Watch

This document includes answers to common questions about the Pandemic Response Network’s Duke Community Health Watch COVID-19 study. Uploaded 04.14.20

FAQs and Talking Points, Patient Communication and Signage
NCBON Testing Letter for New Graduates

This letter from the NC Board of Nursing announces revised licensure requirements for new graduates and was sent 03.24.20. Uploaded 03.24.20

Nursing
The Coping Card

At times, we all feel stress, grief, conflict, or disappointment. When you are having a tough time, try some of the coping strategies or contact a resource on this card. Uploaded 08.19.21

Well-being & Emotional Support
Maestro Care Quick Tip -- Using the COVID-19 Vaccine Waitlist

This tip sheet provides instructions for adding to the waitlist patients who qualify for a COVID-19 vaccine but who are unable to schedule an appointment. Uploaded 1.13.21

Maestro Care
Patient Message to Adults 65-74 for COVID-19 Vaccination

In compliance with North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (NC DHHS) guidelines, this message was distributed to all Duke Health patients who are age 65-74 to notify them that they are eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine (vaccination). Uploaded: 01.15.21

Patient Communication and Signage
Patient Letter for Updated Visitor Restrictions Effective August 30, 2021 – Spanish

This is a letter to provide patients that outlines updated visitor restrictions in place effective April 21, 2021. The letter explains our updated restrictions in place in our hospitals, outpatient surgery and outpatient clinics. This version of the letter is in Spanish. Uploaded 08.25.21

Patient Communication and Signage, Operations and Visitation
Masking in Common Areas

This flyer can be posted to remind healthcare workers to wear a mask in common areas at all times when not actively eating, drinking or using the restroom. It also provides an important reminder about limiting the number of unmasked individuals who are in close proximity with one another while eating and drinking. Uploaded 04.17.20

PPE Signage-Clinical
Duke Primary Care Process for Scheduling a Drive-Up Testing Visit

This document is the standard work for scheduling drive-up test collection at DPC/DUC clinics. Uploaded 09.11.20

Ambulatory DPC, Drive-Up Testing
Getting Your COVID-19 Vaccine with Other Vaccines

You may be wondering whether it’s safe for you and your loved ones to get the COVID-19 vaccine at the same time as other vaccines. This flyer will help answer your questions. Please talk with your healthcare provider about any concerns you have. Uploaded 09.02.21.

Patient Communication and Signage, FAQs and Talking Points, Vaccine
Attention at Check-in

An interior clinic sign asking patients to check in with the Front Desk if they have symptoms. The 8.5x11 page is designed to be cut in half to create two signs. English. Uploaded 03.21.20

Patient Communication and Signage
FAQ: What to know if team members want to help at Duke’s vaccination clinics

FAQ guide for managers with team members wanting to help support vaccination clinics. Uploaded 03.08.21

Vaccine, FAQs and Talking Points
Duke Health Masking Care Package Insert

This document was mailed to all Duke Health employees as a reference for when to wear a face covering in the community and in our facilities. It was provided in a package to all employees along with cloth masks and hand sanitizer. Uploaded 07.10.20

PPE
PAPR Instructions for Donning, Doffing and Disinfection (Combined)

All PAPR-related instructions, including the newer 3M Versaflo and 3M Ford PAPRs as well as other brands of PAPRs used at Duke Health, are combined into one document for donning and doffing additional PPE and disinfecting the PAPR in inpatient and outpatient settings. We have addressed doffing and disinfection of loose-fitting headgear (e.g., head cover, shrouded hood) with and without an anteroom. Updated 1.28.22.

PPE Signage-Clinical, PPE, Donning & Doffing
Masking Protocols for Team Members

This document provides instructions for our universal masking initiative at our hospital and clinic sites. It also includes answers to questions from colleagues and patients. Updated 06.02.20

PPE, FAQs and Talking Points, Employee Health
Community COVID Vaccination Event Dec. 4 SPANISH

Community COVID Vaccination Event Dec. 4 SPANISH

Self-care Tips After Stressful Events

This document is for all staff and can help people recognize common reactions to stressful events and how to cope using positive self-care behaviors. Uploaded 03.21.20

Employee Health, Well-being & Emotional Support
21st Century Cares Act Training Sessions Information

The 21st Century Cures Act is a federal mandate that requires health organizations to provide patients with timely access to their electronic health information. In compliance with the Cures Act and effective April 11, 2021, Duke Health will immediately release the majority of clinical notes (inpatient and outpatient) as well as laboratory, pathology, and imaging results to patients via their Duke MyChart accounts. There are options for not sharing and/or delaying release but this requires documentation of a specific reason. Training sessions are linked in this document. Uploaded 04.02.21

Maestro Care
Disruptive Patient and Visitor Signs: Duke Raleigh Hospital

This sign may be displayed to highlight our disruptive patient & visitor policy. This is a reminder for patients and visitors that we will not tolerate aggressive behavior at Duke Health. It also highlights how our team values diversity and treats everyone with respect. Uploaded 08.07.20

Operations and Visitation, Patient Communication and Signage, Duke Raleigh Hospital
Ophthalmology: Point of Care Testing Flowchart - Eye Center Urgent Clinic

This is flowchart depicts the process for patients who have been examined in an ophthalmology clinic, needs surgery, and the patient is ready for COVID-19 testing. Uploaded 05.11.20

Specialty Specific Guidance, Testing Guidance, Periop Testing
COVID-19 Important Reminders

Flyer / printable resource reminding staff of need for proper hand hygiene and physical / social distancing. English version. Uploaded 04.03.20

Employee Health
Tier 3 Inpatient Visitation | Staff Talking Points

The following scripts and talking points are designed to assist DUHS staff in communicating our visitation guidelines as we transition from Tier 2 (Limited Access) to Tier 3 (Restricted Access). We appreciate the support of all team members in our efforts to keep our campuses safe as we continue to navigate our COVID-19 response. UPLOADED 1-16-22

FAQs and Talking Points, Patient Communication and Signage
Letter for visitors of patients in isolation

This letter is for family members/visitors of patients with suspected COVID-19 infection and explains the procedures that will be followed while awaiting test results. Uploaded 03.24.20

Patient Communication and Signage, Operations and Visitation
Process for referring outpatient/visitor to 1J COVID Vaccine Clinic

This document outlines the process for referring outpatients/visitors to 1J COVID Vaccine Clinic. Uploaded 05.17.21

Duke University Hospital, Clinical Guidance and Forms (General)
DUHS Respiratory Viral Testing Guidance for the 2020-2021 Winter Respiratory Viral Season

The COVID-19 pandemic is reducing the supply of all non-COVID respiratory viral tests this fall/winter making it necessary to use tests judiciously. This document provides testing guidance for the 2020-2021 respiratory season. Uploaded 10.09.20

Testing Guidance
COVID-19 Inpatient Anticoagulation Protocol – for ICU and non-ICU patients

The attached document contains information about managing COVID-19 inpatient anticoagulation protocol (antithrombotic therapy) for ICU and non-ICU patients. Uploaded 05.12.20

Clinical Guidance and Forms (General)
Guidance for De-escalating Isolation after a Negative Test for COVID-19

The flow diagram outlines a recommended decision algorithm for symptomatic patients with a negative COVID-19 nasopharyngeal swab whose clinical presentation remains highly suspicious for active COVID-19 infection. It shows the process for updating isolation status, isolation precautions and transferring patients off a COVID-19 unit with negative COVID-19 test results. This flow diagram DOES NOT apply to asymptomatic patients. This document *no longer* reflects a change in the management of patients from skilled nursing and other congregate living facilities after COVID-19 has been ruled out. Updated 05.07.21

Clinical Guidance and Forms (General), Special Airborne Contact
COVID-19 Testing Instructions: How to Collect an Anterior Nasal Swab Specimen

These step-by-step instructions illustrate how to self-collect an anterior nasal swab specimen. Updated 10/4/21.

Testing Guidance
Going Home Well-being Checklist 11x17 Sign

This 11x17 employee-facing sign offers simple steps to power down, rest and recharge. Uploaded 03.26.20

Employee Health, Well-being & Emotional Support
Duke University/Duke University Health System Application for Religious Exemption for COVID-19 Vaccination

This document includes the Duke University/Duke University Health System Employee Application for Religious Exemption for COVID-19 Vaccination. Uploaded 7.22.21

HR & Team Resources
Vaccination Talking Points for Patients and Community

These talking points can be used to help answer questions from patients and the community the COVID-19 vaccination. They have recently been updated to address questions regarding the safety of the vaccines, how to join our vaccination waiting list and whether patients can choose which vaccine they will receive. Uploaded 3.5.21

FAQs and Talking Points, Patient Communication and Signage
Special Droplet and Special Droplet & Contact Sign Ordering Reference

Special Droplet and Special Droplet & Contact signs are now available for order in Eprint. This document is a reference that provides guidance to order these signs. Uploaded 06.05.20

PPE Signage-Clinical, PPE, Clinical Guidance and Forms (General), High-risk Populations
Masking Guidance for Patients and Visitors

This guidance is for patients and visitors who are required to wear a mask while in common areas of Duke hospitals and clinics. It provides reminders in words and icons about hand hygiene and best practices for wearing masks during the COVID-19 pandemic. Updated 11.10.21

Patient Communication and Signage
Editable Temporary Clinic Closure Signage for PDC Clinics

This editable PowerPoint document is intended to be used as a template to create temporary signage for PDC clinic closures. Uploaded 03.27.20

Patient Communication and Signage, Ambulatory PDC
Duke Personal Assistance Service Program Brochure

Personal Assistance Service (PAS) is the faculty/employee assistance program of Duke University and Health System. Our staff of licensed professionals offers assessment, short-term counseling, and referrals to help resolve a range of personal, work, and family problems. PAS services are available at no charge to benefit-eligible Duke faculty, staff, and their family members. This brochure has more information about our PAS program. Uploaded 08.20.21

Well-being & Emotional Support, Employee Health