Dr. Caroline Roberts is a Family Medicine physician and a proud alumna of UNC School of Medicine and UNC Family Medicine Residency. Dr. Roberts practices at Prospect Hill Community Health Center in Prospect Hill, NC (Caswell County), and serves as the faculty lead for rural education for the School of Medicine at the Chapel Hill campus. In her role as the faculty lead, Dr. Roberts supports Kenan Rural Primary Care Scholars, the Rural Scholarly Concentration track, supports the Rural Fellowship program, and is working to expand opportunities around clinical engagement in rural central North Carolina as well as elective opportunities for students.
As a native North Carolinian, from Alamance County, Dr. Roberts is passionate about programs working to address needs of rural and underserved communities across the state.
“My philosophy of care is equal access to quality health care for all, no matter where you’re from, what you earn, what you believe or what you practice,” says Dr. Roberts. “I have always felt like the best way I can serve my surrounding communities is through providing access to quality health care to all, even where it can be difficult to receive, such as rural populations. In my spare time I love to spend time with friends and family outdoors, exploring museums, food and local happenings.”