Patient Care

Patient Care

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Patient Care - The Medical College of Wisconsin has more than 1,350 physicians and approximately 500 nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and other health care practitioners who provide patient care. The Medical College's group practice is composed of: Medical College Physicians, providing care in every specialty of medicine; and Children's Specialty Group, a joint venture of the Medical College of Wisconsin and Children's Hospital and Health System, providing care to children.

The physicians of the Medical College of Wisconsin provide cost-effective, outstanding care, and also teach, conduct research and work with faculty scientists to develop new ways of preventing and treating diseases. Indeed, patients of Medical College physicians have access to some of the finest, most advanced care available.

Medical College of Wisconsin faculty physicians consistently lead in the number of Best Doctors in America. The information, compiled by Best Doctors, Inc., includes more physicians from the Medical College than any other group practice or institution in Wisconsin.

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Partnering for lifelong heart care

Adults who were born with congenital heart disease find highly specialized, lifelong care at the Wisconsin Adult Congenital Heart Disease Program, a partnership of the Medical College of Wisconsin, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin and Froedtert Hospital.


Marquette cheerleader knows danger of concussion firsthand

Two months after a cheerleading accident, a Marquette student benefits from a Medical College of Wisconsin concussion expert.


Pioneering eye care benefits generations

A landmark advance more than 35 years ago has improved vision dramatically for thousands of patients with diabetic eye disease. Today, vision research at the Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin Eye Institute seeks to actually prevent retinal eye disease.


New treatment gives life to young girl

A young girl with a rare genetic condition is alive and thriving today because of a new treatment plan developed by Medical College of Wisconsin physicians at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin.


Lung transplant program restores lives

Two patients and physicians with the Lung Transplant Program at Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin are featured


New treatment hits the target

A new class of drugs known as targeted therapies are reshaping the future of care for cancer and other conditions.



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