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General Medicine and Clinical Epidemiology

Welcome to the UNC Division of General Medicine and Clinical Epidemiology! We are committed to providing high quality, primary and consultative clinical care, advancing our understanding of clinical epidemiology and health services delivery, and training future clinicians in our field.

Serving the needs of North Carolinians through patient centered care, innovative practice-based research, and top-notch training programs.


Thank you for your interest in UNC General Medicine and Clinical Epidemiology. Our mission is to lead the nation in improving the health of adults. Providers at our adult primary care clinics and same day clinic are committed to treating medically complex patients with multiple health issues. By building strong doctor-patient relationships our experts are able to take a more detailed look at your health risks based on family history, health behaviors and more. Our investigators are nationally and internationally recognized for their expertise in nutrition, physical activity, preventive services, caring for vulnerable patients, health equity, and health literacy.

Our Core Pillars

The Division of General Medicine and Clinical Epidemiology is within the Department of Medicine, the largest department in the nation’s first public university. We are committed to diversity and inclusion and takes great pride in developing and outstanding physician leaders. Championing transformative research that advances medical practice, we strive to provide expert, compassionate care to all North Carolinians.

Training Research Patient Care

Improving the health status of North Carolina’s adults.

Equity & Inclusion

We are committed to the values and principles expressed by the UNC School of Medicine’s “Statement on Equity and Inclusion.”

Equity & Inclusion

Support Our Mission

The UNC Division of General Medicine and Clinical Epidemiology is committed to providing high-quality, compassionate healthcare, advancing our understanding of health and healthcare, and training future clinicians and researchers. Your donation to the division will support our ongoing research to develop better care delivery and disease prevention strategies that benefit all of our vulnerable patients and to train the next generation of Internal Medicine providers.

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We deeply appreciate your support towards achieving our missions.