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Duke University Health System, a world-class network of hospitals, ambulatory surgery centers, community-based outpatient practices, and hospice-care facilities throughout North Carolina, is dedicated to providing outstanding, compassionate care for our patients and a lifetime of rewarding opportunities for our nurses.


Our three Magnet-designated hospitals are located in Durham and Raleigh, nationally recognized as great places to live and work:


U.S.News & World Report ranked Durham as one of the best places to live in the country. The magazine, which describes Durham “a world-class center of all things advanced,” selected its 10 Best Places to Live 2009 based on their strong economies, low living costs, and fun diversions.


Forbes magazine ranked Raleigh #1 and Durham #3 on its list of the country’s best cities for business and careers in 2009.


Carolina Parent, Computer World, Nursing ProfessionalsAARP, and Modern Healthcare have named Duke Medicine a best place to work.


The health system’s flagship location, Duke University Medical Center, is consistently honored by U.S.News & World Report as a top-10 hospital in the United States. The campus is currently undergoing significant expansions, including:


o A new 267,000-square-foot patient-centered comprehensive ambulatory Cancer Center scheduled to be completed in 2012. Read more.


o The Duke Medicine Pavilion, a modernization and expansion of Duke University Hospital’s critical care, surgery, and state-of-the-art imaging facilities, scheduled to be completed in 2013. Read more.


<p>To learn about all nursing opportunities at Duke University Health System, visit dukenursing.org.

About Duke University Health System

<p>Duke University Health System, a world-class network of hospitals, ambulatory surgery centers, community-based outpatient practices, and hospice-care facilities throughout North Carolina, is dedicated to providing outstanding, compassionate care for our patients and a lifetime of rewarding opportunities for our nurses.</p>
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<p>Our three Magnet-designated hospitals are located in Durham and Raleigh, nationally recognized as great places to live and work:</p>
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<p>o <em>U.S.News & World Report </em>ranked Durham as one of the best places to live in the country. The magazine, which describes Durham “a world-class center of all things advanced,” selected its 10 Best Places to Live 2009 based on their strong economies, low living costs, and fun diversions.</p>
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<p>o <em>Forbes</em> magazine ranked Raleigh #1 and Durham #3 on its list of the country’s best cities for business and careers in 2009.</p>
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<p>o <em>Carolina Parent</em>,<em> Computer World</em>,<em> Nursing Professionals</em>, <em>AARP</em>, and <em>Modern Healthcare</em> have named Duke Medicine a best place to work.</p>
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<p>The health system's flagship location, Duke University Medical Center, is consistently honored by <em>U.S.News & World Report</em> as a top-10 hospital in the United States. The campus is currently undergoing significant expansions, including:</p>
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<p>o A new 267,000-square-foot patient-centered comprehensive ambulatory <strong>Cancer Center </strong>scheduled to be completed in 2012. <a href="http://construction.dukemedicine.org/">Read more</a>.</p>
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<p>o The <strong>Duke Medicine Pavilion</strong>, a modernization and expansion of Duke University Hospital’s critical care, surgery, and state-of-the-art imaging facilities, scheduled to be completed in 2013. <a href="http://construction.dukemedicine.org/">Read more</a>.</p>
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&lt;p>To learn about all nursing opportunities at Duke University Health System, visit <a href="http://dukenursing.org">dukenursing.org</a>.</p>
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