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MedStay Announces Service in Raleigh

01-27-2012 06:35 AM CET | Health & Medicine

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Durham/ Chapel Hill, NC – MedStay ( is pleased to announce that its services are now available to patients of Duke Raleigh Hospital. Patients and their families will be able to reserve hotel rooms at a lower rate by booking through MedStay. Families will have access to information about the area surrounding Duke Raleigh Hospital. For a list of the hotels with which MedStay has partnered at Duke Raleigh Hospital, please call 877-633-7829 or refer to the company website. MedStay believes in caring for patients and their families during their time away from home and the added stress of hospital stays. They are happy to bring this service to Duke Raleigh after over a decade of partnership in Durham and Chapel Hill.

“We provide housing for traveling medical patients. ‘That is our business, our passion, our calling.’” –Sam Henry

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MedStay is a free full service concierge hotel reservation catering to patients coming to Duke and UNC Hospitals. For 11 years MedStay has offered low rates for medical patients at all of its participating hotels. By calling MedStay a live reservation specialist will help a patient to make the best decisions for their unique needs and preference. In addition, MedStay assists families with local information about restaurants, grocery stores and other places to which families may need access. MedStay is a growing company whose services can be found by visiting or contacting a representative at 877.633.7829.

Sammy Henry



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