Pediatric Teaching Program

The purpose of the Pediatric Teaching Program is to provide:

  • Community-based education for University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC) Pediatric Residents.
  • Pediatric training for Cone Health Family Medicine Residents.
  • A complete six-week inpatient and outpatient clerkship for UNC medical students.
  • A sub-internship experience for UNC medical students.
  • Inpatient, nursery, consultative and educational services for community pediatricians and family practitioners.
  • A venue for research, curriculum development and child advocacy

Faculty:

Nine full-time UNC faculty and numerous part-time and affiliated faculty. Cone Health is designated as an integrated institution within the UNC Pediatric Residency Program.

Subspecialties include asthma/allergy, developmental pediatrics, genetics, neonatology, pediatric cardiology, pediatric critical care, pediatric gastroenterology, pediatric neurology, pediatric psychology and pediatric surgery.

Facilities:

The Pediatric Teaching Program functions within Cone Health, which serves the healthcare needs of people in Greensboro and Guilford County as well as many neighboring counties.

Pediatric venues include:

Pediatric Teaching Program Overview

The Pediatric Teaching Program is a part of Cone Health and serves the health needs of children in Greensboro and Guilford County, as well as many neighboring counties.

Pediatric Teaching Program physicians see patients in the following settings:

The purpose of the Pediatric Teaching Program is to provide community-based education for Cone Health Family Medicine residents and University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill (UNC) Pediatric residents. We also provide a six-week pediatric clerkship experience for third-year UNC medical students and a month-long fourth-year acting internship. The program is supported by eight full-time UNC faculty and numerous part-time and affiliated faculty. Subspecialties include asthma/allergy, developmental pediatrics, genetics, neonatology, pediatric cardiology, pediatric critical care, pediatric endocrinology, pediatric gastroenterology, pediatric neurology, pediatric psychology, pediatric surgery and pediatric ophthalmology.