MCW Central Wisconsin Campus

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About MCW - Central Wisconsin

General information on the community-based medical education program, Frequently Asked Questions and Link to newsletter

Student and Program Information

Faculty, How to Apply, Admissions Criteria, Accreditation, Curriculum, Clerkships, Simulation Laboratory, Student Manual

Residency Training

Residency training programs will be developed with local area health systems

Facilities

Locations, Maps, and Driving Directions

Our Partners

Aspirus, Marshfield Clinic, Ministry Health Care, Nicolet College, Midstate Technical College, Northcentral Technical College, Riverview Medical Center, University of Wisconsin - Marathon County, University of Wisconsin - Marshfield/Wood County, University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point

In the News

News appearing in the media about the community medical education programs and partner organizations

Contact Us

Who to contact for more information about this program

The Vision

Community-based Medical Education - To develop a community medical education program that both addresses the need for primary care physicians in underserved communities across Wisconsin and employs an innovative teaching model.

Multi-community model

 - Minimum of 20 students per class per campus in the first year; Up to 25 students per class per campus thereafter

Align education models with health care’s “Triple Aim”

 - better value for the resources invested
 - better population health outcomes
 - lower cost of care

Key focuses of educational program

 - prevention and wellness
 - early clinical experiences for medical students
 - collaborative, team-based learning with other health professionals 

 

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