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Call 1-800-MED-DUKE (800-633-3853)
The Duke Consultation and Referral Center can:
Put you in touch with a specific physician or service.
Select an appropriate Duke physician based on your patients' diagnosis.
Facilitate patient appointments.
Assist in obtaining follow-up information on patients recently seen at Duke.
Facilitate patient admissions.
Assist with requests for medical records, continuing education, information about Duke programs, services and clinical trials.
Fax an appointment request to the Duke Consultation and Referral Center at 919-479-2435. Please attach relevant medical records with your request.
Find a Specialist
Visit the Duke Health Referring Physicians website to find a specialist.
For patients seeking referrals to our physicians for head and neck cancers or lesions, please contact:
Thoracic, Head & Neck Oncology
New Patient Coordinator
Phone: 919-660-9674, option 1
Skull Base Center Referrals
For patients seeking referrals for acoustic neuromas, pituitary tumors, or other skull base tumors, please contact:
Referral name: REF502 - AMB REFERRAL TO SKULL BASE CENTER
Vestibular Disorders Clinic
The Duke Vestibular Disorders Clinic offers three services:
- Comprehensive vestibular laboratory testing (VNG, Rotary Chair testing, and Vestibular Evoked Myogenic Potential – or VEMP – testing).
- Otological medical evaluation
- Vestibular rehabilitation with a trained and experienced vestibular therapist (PT)
Our goal is to use state-of-the-art assessment techniques and contemporary medical assessment to diagnose and treat disorders of the vestibular system. Any or all of the three services may be scheduled by the referring physician.
We do accept "self-referred" patients but encourage prior evaluation by the primary care physician, as there are many potential causes of dizziness, and we will be able to address those that affect the vestibular system specifically.
We work in collaboration with other Duke physicians and patients who demonstrate evidence of central vestibular pathology can be referred to a neurologist experienced in the evaluation of these disorders if requested by the patient or the referring physician.
For Vestibular Clinic referrals, contact:
David M. Kaylie, MD
Department of Head and Neck Surgery & Communication Sciences
Duke University Medical Center