To improve the health of the communities of Wisconsin and beyond.
The Medical College of Wisconsin's commitment to public and community health extends throughout the College and is integrated across its priorities in research, education, clinical care and community partnerships. More than 150 faculty work with over 200 community organizations to identify health needs and create solutions to Wisconsin's greatest areas of health risk. Learn more about faculty and staff expertise.
Leadership, Partnership, Empowerment
The Senior Associate Dean for Institutional and Community Engagement provides overall leadership for public and community health at the Medical College of Wisconsin.
Over 100 public and community health programs receive more than $15M awarded in external funding per year
Several faculty nationally recognized for their expertise and accomplishments in public and community health
Healthier Wisconsin Partnership Program awards $5-7M for community-academic partnerships annually
More than 100 peer-reviewed publications and presentations annually disseminate our public and community health research and programs, both regionally and nationally
Association of American Medical Colleges' (AAMC) Outstanding Community Service Award.