Why Choose the Medical College of Wisconsin?
There are many reasons to consider the Department of PM&R at the Medical College of Wisconsin for your residency. First and foremost, we have 29 well-trained, knowledgeable, friendly, and committed faculty members. In fact, most of our faculty are dual trained in PM&R and in a subspecialty area such as; pediatrics, spinal cord injury medicine, stroke rehabilitation, interventional spine care, electrodiagnostic medicine, or pain management. This level of expertise translates into outstanding bedside teaching and didactics. Our departmental culture is one that places a high priority on resident and medical student education.
We value and respect our residents, fellows and medical students. You will find that our department has a wonderful supportive atmosphere for working and learning. We pride ourselves on providing superlative care to our patients. This commitment and dedication are evident throughout our services.
We offer a broad range of rotations for your education. In contrast to many programs, our program provides a nearly equal balance of in-patient and out-patient rotations. This allows our residents the flexibility to create their own learning experiences that closely match their interests.
Our two chief residents are given considerable responsibility for managing the day-to-day operations of the residency. The chief residents attend faculty meetings and their input and advocacy for the residents are welcome and appreciated.
Convenience and ease of training also mark this program. The Medical College of Wisconsin is located in a suburban campus with easy access, excellent parking, and close proximity to two of the major teaching hospitals. The Medical College of Wisconsin, Froedtert Hospital, and Children's Hospital of Wisconsin are located on the same campus and are readily accessible by walkways. This provides a highly convenient environment for attending didactics and course work. The Clement J. Zablocki Veterans Medical Center is approximately 15 minutes away, easy commuting distance from the main campus.
The Housestaff Handbook is another great resource.