Outpatient Pediatrics Section
Section Director: Martha Perry, MD, MPH
The UNC Children's Primary Care Clinic provides high-quality primary care to children and adolescents from birth through age 21. We provide routine well care, sick visits, and follow up for chronic conditions. We are committed to delivering excellent and equitable care for all children in our region regardless of ethnicity, gender, race, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, socioeconomic background, or ability to pay. We welcome all children, including those who have complex medical needs, and would love to have your family join us. At our clinic, your child will be cared for by a team working together to provide the best possible care. Visit Making an Appointment for clinic locations and appointment details.
This resident-training clinic provides high quality primary care to children while also training the next generation of pediatricians.
This clinic provides primary care in a community setting. It combines the operational expertise of the UNC Physician Network Practices with faculty physician providers.
UNC Children's Primary care has a comprehensive lactation program staffed by experienced international Board Certified Lactation Consultants. We work in both the hospital and outpatient settings. We provide evidence-based lactation support and work with each client individually to help them meet their breastfeeding goals. Call the UNC warmline, 987-974-7485, to speak with one of our team members.
This clinic offers psychoeducational evaluations and sees children for concerns related to learning, behavior, social skills, autism, and similar issues.
We provide psychiatric and behavioral services in a combined child psychiatry-pediatrics visit. We have numerous providers working in Raleigh and Chapel Hill.
Child Adult Relationship Enhancement in Primary Care (PriCARE)/Criando Niños con Cariño
This is an evidence-based 6 session, group-positive parenting intervention designed to strengthen parent-child relationships, decrease harsh parenting, and improve child behaviors. This manualized skill-based program is delivered in the primary care setting by two licensed clinical social workers during 6 weekly 90-minute sessions to groups of 6-10 parents of children, aged 2-6 years old.