Duke University Hospital - Emergency Department 

The Duke Division of Emergency Medicine provides high quality, timely, and compassionate emergency care for patients, learn more here

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Duke University Police Department (DUPD): 919-684-2444

You can get a free ride from DUPD (919-684-2444) to the Emergency Department for medical care following an assault without having to make a formal police report.


Get The App

Put your safety first. Download the UASK Duke app for real-time personal security. This invaluable tool for any undergraduate, graduate, and professional student at Duke includes two panic buttons, one that immediately calls local emergency personnel, and the other directly to Duke campus police; the ability to alert friends with notification and emergency messages, and campus resources in the event you have experienced sexual violence. Click one of the links below or search "U ASK Duke" on the iTunes App Store or Google Play Store.

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Get Help in the City

There are several places you can get help in Durham.  For sexual assault that takes place off campus, UASK Duke will connect you 24/7 to Durham Police for emergency purposes (911) or Victim Services (919.560.4281).  Regardless of where the assault happened, the app will connect you to 24/7 confidential counseling, advocacy, and support services from the Durham Crisis Response Center, 919.403.6562, if you prefer to seek support off campus.  The Duke Division of Emergency Medicine, also on the app, provides high quality, timely, and compassionate emergency medical care – 2301 Erwin Rd., Durham (Duke Regional Hospital is at 2643 N. Roxboro R., Durham).


The Duke LiveSafe mobile app offers real-time, two-way communication between Duke community members and the Duke University Police Department, which monitors communication 24/7. 

•Visit the App Store or Google Play and search for LiveSafe (look for the one with the blue shield)
•Download and register
•Choose Duke University