|Enabling and Assisting Self-Care|
|Concierge GME services||This service helps you schedule primary care appointments across the medical system, including Skype home visits. To schedule, call 1-866- 303-3659 Monday - Friday, 7:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.|
|Fatigue Ride Home||The GME Office will provide all GME Trainees transportation services to assist in the management of fatigue. This service will pick-up Trainees who experience fatigue and provide transportation home and back to work the following day.|
|Duke Human Resources||Duke Human Resources provides a number of benefits, such as on-site exercises facilities, discounts to gyms and retailers in the area, among others. Read more about those benefits here.|
|Personal Assistance Services||Duke provides services of assessment, short-term counseling, and referrals to help resolve a range of personal, work, and family problems, all available at no charge. Read about or take advantage of these services here.|
|Behavioral health services||
|Employee Occupational Health & Wellness (EOHW)||EOHW is located in Duke Clinic in the sub-basement of the Orange Zone (Room 00350). Click here for directions. To reach EOHW by telephone, please call 919-684-3136 (option #2).|
If you need immediate assistance for your mental or emotional health, please call PAS at 919-416-1727, identify yourself as a GME trainee, and schedule an appointment. For urgent issues you may also call the Behavioral Health Urgent Access team at 919-681-1631.
For urgent mental or behavioral health needs outside of normal business hours (e.g., nights, holidays, or weekends), we recommend the following protocol:
- Contact the DUMC paging operator at 919-684-8113.
- Identify yourself as a GME trainee in need of urgent assistance. You can self-refer or refer a colleague in need of support.
- The paging operator will contact the psychiatry attending on call. The attending will reach out to speak with you, assess your situation, and determine a safe and appropriate course of action.
- If you are in an immediate crisis, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 or text TALK to 741741, the National Crisis Text Line.