Emergency Medicine Residency Program
Our goal is to train outstanding emergency physicians ready to practice anywhere, anytime.
The Emergency Medicine residency program is based at Froedtert Hospital in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Located adjacent to Children's Hospital of Wisconsin and the Medical College of Wisconsin, Froedtert Hospital is both a tertiary referral center for the region and a community based hospital. It is also the only Level 1 trauma center in southeastern Wisconsin; one of only two Level 1 trauma centers in the state. Together with Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, the medical complex has a combined total of over 100,000 emergency department visits each year.
The Medical College of Wisconsin Emergency Medicine Residency Program is committed to excellence across the traditional pillars of patient care, education and research.
Message from the Medical College of Wisconsin Emergency Medicine Residency Chiefs
Information on interviewing for a residency at the Medical College of Wisconsin Department of Emergency Medicine.
Medical College of Wisconsin Department of Emergency Medicine residency program highlights.
Details on our three-year residency curriculum that includes rotation information and Flight for Life.
Training sites for the Medical College of Wisconsin Department of Emergency Medicine Residency. Sites include Froedtert & The Medical College of Wisconsin, Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, Clement J. Zablocki Veterans Affairs Medical Center, St. Joseph's Hospital, and Aurora St. Luke's Medical Center.
Medical College of Wisconsin Department of Emergency Medicine Residency Program salary and benefits.
The Medical College of Wisconsin Department of Emergency Medicine's residency participates in the National Residency Match Program for first-year positions. Applications are accepted through the Electronic Residency Application Service.
Medical College of Wisconsin Department of Emergency Medicine resident pictures and contact information.
Living and working in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Area attractions, food, festivals, sports and outdoor activities.
The Darin Fund strengthens areas of training and education for future emergency care physicians.
Residents who train in our program will
Master the essential knowledge to become outstanding emergency physicians
Acquire administrative skills crucial in a turbulent health care environment
Learn to become educators and lifelong learners
Become familiar with essential aspects of research and prehospital care of the critically injured and ill
Create the future leaders of emergency medicine
Emergency Medicine Mission Statement
We graduate outstanding emergency physicians, prepared to lead tomorrow's health care world
We teach using unique, innovative, and collaborative educational methods
We practice in an academic environment that is dynamic, state-of-the-art, diverse, metropolitan, and nationally recognized