Community Memorial Family Medicine Residency Program
Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin Community Memorial Hospital
W180 N8085 Town Hall Road
Menomonee Falls, WI 53051
(262) 532-3265 • froedtert.com
Contact: Amy Matenaer, Program Coordinator
Our mission is to create a program that will recruit and train outstanding individuals to become excellent family medicine primary care physicians for the health system, region and beyond. Training will be focused in a suburban community hospital in a growing community with access to an academic medical center bringing together the best of both worlds. This program will promote physicians to become leaders and health advocates within their own community as well as the medical community at large.
Our program emphasizes exceptional training for Family Medicine residents by developing skills to provide outstanding patient care with compassion and dedication to service that will prepare residents to become health advocates and leaders within the community. Planned training tracks include areas of concentration in Clinical Leadership, Urgent Care Medicine, Sports Medicine and Hospitalist Medicine.
Our Program Director has served significant faculty roles in three prior Family Medicine Training programs with experience in scholarly activity and regularly speaks at the National level. We have also recruited another seasoned core faculty with over 10 years of academic experience in residency training and practices the full spectrum of family medicine. We have another part time faculty with several years experience in academic medicine and will be filling an additional two positions with full spectrum family medicine core faculty over the next few months.
The program received initial ACGME accreditation in October 2016. Construction of the brand new, state-of-the-art 19,000 square foot Family Medicine Practice has begun and will be open for patients in late March 2017 to prepare for a potential inaugural class of interns in July 2017.
The Community Memorial program will be an unopposed traditional family medicine residency in a community-based hospital with access to a large academic center incorporating the best of both worlds. We will have the only residency-based Family Medicine Practice housed in a multidisciplinary medical center in the state. Located at the Town Hall Health Center, directly across the street from Community Memorial Hospital, allows residents easy access to continuity clinic and empaneled patients while on other required rotations.The primary training site, Community Memorial Hospital, also boasts a newly renovated 23-bed Emergency Department and a brand new Joint and Spine Center. The curriculum also offers a total of six months of electives divided between the second and third year of training to allow residents to develop training that will best suit their future practice needs.
Download the Community Memorial 2016 Factsheet (PDF)
About the Residency Program Director
Jason E. Domagalski, MD, joined the Medical College of Wisconsin to serve as the founding Program Director of the new Community Memorial Family Medicine Residency after successfully assisting in the development of a new Family Medicine residency in California and several years of service as a physician in the United States Army.
Dr. Domagalski has served as a faculty member and instructor at a variety of military and public hospitals, including serving as an Associate Program Director for the University of California-Riverside, as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Family Medicine at the Uniformed Services University in Bethesda, Maryland, as a faculty member in the Family Medicine Residency Programs at both Martin Army Community Hospital at Fort Benning in Georgia as well as Madigan Army Medical Center in Washington, and as a clinical instructor in the Department of Family Medicine at the University of Washington School of Medicine.
He is a diplomate of the American Board of Family Medicine, a fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians, a member of the American Association for Primary Care Endoscopy and a member of the Uniformed Services Academy of Family Physicians.