The mission of the Division of General Academic Pediatrics is to improve the health and well-being of children, families and communities through high quality patient care, leadership in the education of health care providers, high impact research in common pediatric problems and advocacy in promoting child and family health. Specifically, we:
- Provide evidence-based, family-centered, culturally competent, pediatric primary care to children living in underserved communities.
- Provide innovative, evidence-based education to medical students, residents, fellows, and allied health professionals.
- Develop and disseminate high impact research in common pediatric problems, novel treatment approaches, best practices, health outcomes and innovative models of service delivery.
- Advocate through leadership and partnership in promoting child and family health at hospital, community, regional and national levels.
Education and Training
We offer a fellowship program and continuing education opportunities for healthcare professionals.