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  • Chairman is strongly supportive of student and resident education, and actively involved in the training program ensuring education as a priority.
  • Program Director and Associate Program Directors committed to residency education and scholarship, as well as the health and well-being of the residents.
  • Curricular flexibility allowing you to tailor to specific career goals.
  • Education through support and independent decision-making; back-up ALWAYS available.
  • The opportunity to treat patients in three different types of health care facilities:
    • Quaternary Care, Level 1 Trauma, University Hospital - providing care to both the indigent and general population
    • Clement J. Zablocki Veterans Affairs Medical Center - 55,000 patients with complete spectrum of inpatient and ambulatory specialty care.
    • Community Hospital - private patients admitted to both private and hospitalist services.
  • Variety of population, patients, and pathology.
  • Froedtert Hospital, our primary training site, will give you the chance to experience: 
  • Level One Trauma Center
  • Consultations on active transplant services (bone marrow, lung, kidney, liver, pancreas)                 
  • State-of-the-art-, multi-discipline Cancer Care Center
  • Nationally recognized Stroke Center, site of cutting-edge research on thrombolytics
  • Extensive campus growth in infrastructure
  • Both open and closed ICU models 
  • Ambulatory Immersion (over 30 clinics to choose from)
  • Neurosciences
  • Musculoskeletal Diseases
  • Allergy
  • General Medicine Consults and Pre-ops
  • Private Practice experience
  • Women's Health
  • Research Elective

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