Primary Care residents spend about 6 months each year at Moses Cone Hospital, Women’s Hospital and Cone Health Center for Children (CHCC) in Greensboro, NC and about 6 months each year at the North Carolina Children’s Hospital in Chapel Hill. Moses Cone and CHCC have been integral parts of the UNC residency program for decades. They were selected as the core sites for our primary care trainees because of several unique educational factors, including a well established community teaching program, award-winning community resources, a diverse patient population, and extensive public-private partnerships that benefit the health and welfare of children. Our current residents already spend several months during their residency at each of these superb community sites and excellent faculty are in place to supervise these experiences. The residency programs are fully integrated, and all residents in the UNC Pediatric Residency Program get broad exposure to community settings as well as subspecialty and tertiary care. Every resident who trains with us will be comfortable and confident practicing in a broad range of venues.