Distinguishing Features of Our Program
The Medical College of Wisconsin is also home to fellowships in Child and Adolescent, Geriatrics, Forensics and Psychosomatics. In addition, fellowships are available to Psychiatry Graduates in Sleep Medicine and Palliative Care.
Multiplicity of training sites, including a Veterans Affairs Medical Center, County mental health facility, and private hospitals offers access to diverse patient populations and a well-rounded training experience preparing residents for any career.
Starting outpatient rotations in the second year allows residents to treat outpatients continuously over three years.
Psychiatric Crisis Service (PCS) is a unique psychiatric emergency room setting at the Milwaukee County Behavioral Health Division where residents learn to effectively manage high acuity patients and psychiatric emergencies.
Residents return to inpatient and consult rotations in the third year after having the new skill and perspective of the outpatient year. This approach helps to build on their earlier experiences.
Faculty includes psychoanalysts and experts in cognitive and behavioral therapy (CBT) as part of our unique separate psychotherapy training program.
Three month blocks in the PGY I year permit, at most, only three consecutive months away from psychiatry.
Newly developed eating disorders rotation during PGY III year at one of the nation’s best hospitals for treatment of eating disorder.
The Experiential Group offers PGY I residents a supportive forum to develop class cohesiveness and draw from mutual experiences.
New Integrated Care Rotation for PGY IV residents to work in consultation clinics embedded within Primary Care.
One month of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry during the PGY I year allows for early exposure for those interested in or eager to learn more about the field.
Four months of required medicine rotations include one month Family Medicine, one month Emergency Medicine, one month Internal Medicine, and one month Outpatient Medicine.
Neurology rotations are split between the PGY I and PGY IV years to allow an introduction to neurology and a review prior to ABPN boards.
Elective research opportunities in a department that is ranked 22nd nationally among medical school psychiatry departments receiving NIMH funding.
Numerous elective options including ability to work in a rural setting.
Opportunity to teach medical students on clinical rotations and didactics.
Resident Spouse/Significant Other/Supportive Person Association (RSA) is a wonderful support for loved ones.
An on-call system of reasonable frequency with no overnight call.