PPC trainees are required to extend their training experiences to several sites in the community. These sites serve a variety of populations and use different systems of care.
- The Odessa Brown Children's Clinic serves predominantly African-American urban families on Medicaid.
- The Toppenish Farm Worker's Clinic serves hispanic and Native American populations. In 1994-95, PPC faculty and trainees developed an outreach system to improve the access to care of twenty-four severe asthmatic children at this site.
- The Migrant Farm Worker's Clinic in Washington serves hispanic children with chronic lung disease and their families.
- The clinics in Anchorage and Bethel, Alaska serve Native American children.
- The WWAMI clinics serve rural populations of children in the states of Washington, Wyoming, Alaska, Montana, and Idaho.
- The Telemedicine Clinic provides health care to isolated communities that lack specialty care.
Additional community experience sites for trainees include:
- Public health nurse and dietitian in Public Health Department
- Community health clinics
- School-based clinics and programs
- Early childhood intervention programs
- King County Asthma Farm