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Tomorrow’s Healthcare Starts Here

In July 2016, MCW-Central Wisconsin matriculated its first class of medical students at our newest campus in beautiful Central Wisconsin, working in partnership with the best academic and medical facilities in the region. If you love the quality of life that comes with year-round outdoor sports and entertainment, balanced with great schools and quality family life in a mid-size city with top amenities, this campus may be for you.

MCW-Central Wisconsin provides an innovative and focused program to train primary care physicians, surgeons and psychiatrists who will live and work in the region when they complete their medical education. By choosing MCW-Central Wisconsin, you can help ensure the sustainability of the healthcare system in our region by working as a family doctor or in another specialty – and eventually taking the place of a retiring physician.

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Meet Our Team

FACULTY

STAFF

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Roy Long, PhD

Roy Long, PhD

Assistant Dean, Basic Sciences

Jacob Prunuske, MD, MSPH

Jacob Prunuske, MD, MSPH

Assistant Dean, Clinical Learning

Jeff Fritz, PhD

Jeff Fritz, PhD

Faculty, Basic Science

Teresa Patitucci, PhD

Teresa Patitucci, PhD

Faculty, Anatomy

Amy Prunuske, PhD

Amy Prunuske, PhD

Faculty, Basic Sciences, Curriculum, Evaluation

Anita Bublik-Anderson, MD

Anita Bublik-Anderson, MD

Faculty Navigator

Corina Norrbom, MD

Corina Norrbom, MD

Faculty Navigator

Robert Sedlacek, MD

Robert Sedlacek, MD

Faculty Navigator

Sonal Chandratre, MD

Sonal Chandratre, MD

Clinical Faculty

Jenna Saul, MD, Clinical Faculty

Jenna Saul, MD

Clinical Faculty

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Theresa Gutsch, MSPH, RD, CAPM

Theresa Gutsch, MSPH, RD, CAPM

Campus Administrator

Tanessa Klug, CFRE

Tanessa Klug, CFRE

Director of Development, Regional Campuses

Chris Knight, Student Services Program Manager

Christopher Knight, MA

Student Services Manager

Kelly Mulder

Kelly Mulder

Education Program Coordinator

Connie Nikolai

Connie Nikolai

Administrative Assistant

Heather Roth

Heather Roth

Education Program Coordinator

Rachel Tate

Rachel Tate

Administrative Coordinator

Peter Xiong

Peter Xiong

Technology Specialist

Join Our Team

MCW-Central Wisconsin is recruiting faculty for:
 

Clinical Course Instructors

MCW-Central Wisconsin continues to seek physicians who are interested in facilitating classroom learning for our M1 and M2 students. Facilitators have the opportunity to participate in a variety of sessions based on their interests and availability. All sessions will occur at the MCW-Central Wisconsin campus in Wausau, WI. 

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Central Wisconsin Integrated Clerkship (CWIC) Preceptors

The CWIC is the clerkship experience for MCW-CW students. Students will experience Surgery, Anesthesiology, Obstetrics & Gynecology, Family Medicine, Pediatrics, Psychiatry, Medicine, and Neurology core clinical experiences in longitudinal integrated fashion.

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M1 Clinical Apprenticeship

As a volunteer clinical preceptor for this course, you will supervise a student in the office setting for a half day each week. You will also provide opportunities for students to practice history and physical exam skills during their clinical experiences.

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M2 Specialty Longitudinal Integrated Clinical Experience (SPLICE)

SPLICE is an opportunity for MCW-CW students to gain experience in your specialty to enhance their education, expose them to positive mentoring, and explore various specialty practices early in their medical training. Prior to SPLICE, students will have had a similar year-long longitudinal experience in a primary clinic and will have completed a 10-week summer clerkship.

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Basic Sciences

​There are opportunities for PhD faculty to lead small group discussions in many of our Basic Science courses. In this capacity, you would act as a facilitator, moderate discussions and add expertise. Additionally, in the M2 year, there are a number of opportunities for local sessions where basic scientists are paired with clinicians to explore how the science students are learning relates to clinical conditions. All materials are provided to the faculty member. Expectations would be to apply for an adjunct faculty appointment, facility discussion and provide feedback to students. Complete an interest form for yourself and send with your CV to the campus administrator, Theresa Gutsch (tgutsch@mcw.edu) to start the MCW Faculty appointment process. For more information on Basic Sciences courses, please call Dr. Roy Long, at (715) 870-0914.

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Pathways Organizations and Mentors

The MCW-Central Wisconsin Scholarly Pathways: The Physician in the Community provides opportunities to partner with a variety of public health or community-based agencies working to help ameliorate health-related issues of local relevance.

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Faculty and staff openings

View frequently asked questions on teaching for MCW-Central Wisconsin

Applying to MCW-CW

We look forward to receiving your application!

Select the Apply Now button to review important details on what to know before you apply, when you apply, when you are admitted and before you arrive.  

 

 

Why Give to MCW-Central Wisconsin

Employing a community-engaged model, MCW-Central Wisconsin will prepare the next generation of physicians to work in primary care, general surgery, and psychiatry. MCW-Central Wisconsin is on the national forefront of medical education innovations. Gifts to the regional campus strengthen health in local communities and power innovations, including:
  • Community-engaged admissions process
  • Three-year curriculum
  • Integrated science and clinical learning
  • Longitudinal clinical experiences
  • Scholarly projects addressing local needs

FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES

MCW-Central Wisconsin Regional Campus

Philanthropic support is critical to our success. When powered by philanthropy, innovations like the regional campus bring excellence to medical education. Gifts to the regional campus are critical to:

  • Power innovation
  • Strengthen learning environment and technology
  • Recruit and train local faculty
  • Expand the horizons of local children and college students to consider science-related careers, including medicine

With successful achievement of this initiative, Wisconsin families will be the ultimate beneficiaries, when community-minded, locally training physicians are caring for patients - from healthy and safely delivered babies to senior citizens in need of compassionate geriatric care, as well as citizens and families seeking improved access to mental health care from compassionate psychiatrists. 

MCW-Central Wisconsin Scholarship Fund

Attending medical school is one of the most expensive journeys a student can undertake. Your gift to scholarship has a positive impact on medical students as they prepare for a life devoted to caring for patients and advancing the future of medicine. One-time or recurring scholarship gifts help students achieve their dreams to become community physicians.

Named Endowed Scholarships

A named endowed scholarship is a lasting tribute to the future of medical education in the region. Scholarships attract extraordinary achievers who may not otherwise have the ability to afford a medical education. Your gift of $25,000 or more will provide scholarship support in perpetuity. MCW-Central Wisconsin Director of Development, Tanessa Klug, will craft a scholarship opportunity that is meaningful to you. Contact at tklug@mcw.edu or (920) 664-0388. 

Student Support Fund

Our medical students are learning from local physician mentors in many area cities and towns. Plus, they are completing population health scholarly projects in partnership with area non-profits and organizations. Gifts to the Student Support Fund provide important resources to assist students in connecting with community-engaged activities that develop their ties to the region and address health needs in central and northern Wisconsin.

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CONTACT US

Medical College of Wisconsin Central Wisconsin

Medical College of Wisconsin – Central Wisconsin

333 Pine Ridge Blvd.
Suite 2-730
Wausau, WI 54401-4106
(715) 870-0900
Page Updated 06/19/2017