Welcome to the Department of Medicine

Roy L. Silverstein, MDRoy L. Silverstein, MD

The Linda and John Mellowes Professor and Chair
Department of Medicine

Welcome to the Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) Department of Medicine. We are pleased you're taking a few moments to become acquainted with our clinical, educational and research activities and accomplishments. With 10 Divisions, 280 faculty members, 371 staff, 124 residents and 70 fellows, the Department of Medicine is one of the largest departments on the MCW campus. Despite our size, we take great pride in fostering an atmosphere of collegiality, creativity and flexibility. We know this website will serve as a useful resource for learning more about the work of our dedicated faculty, staff, residents and students. We invite you to explore the links describing the Divisions, Faculty, Educational Programs, and Research within the Department of Medicine.

Best Doctors® 2017-2018


Best Doctors 2017-2018

Over 100 MCW Department of Medicine physicians are listed among The Best Doctors in America® for 2017-2018.

Patient Care Information

Department of Medicine Patient Care InformationFaculty from the Department of Medicine provide a comprehensive array of patient services in all subspecialties of medicine. Both inpatient and outpatient care and treatment are provided at hospitals and clinics throughout the Milwaukee area. Department of Medicine faculty not only care for patients, but also teach, conduct research and work with faculty scientists to develop new ways of preventing and treating diseases. Thus, patients treated by Medical College of Wisconsin physicians have access to some of the finest, most advanced patient care available.

MCW Department of Medicine physicians see patients at three patient care sites – Froedtert Hospital, Clement J. Zablocki VA Medical Center, and North Hills Health Center – and many other hospitals and clinics in metro Milwaukee and eastern Wisconsin.

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MCW physicians and practitioners provide primary and specialty care at many clinics in metro Milwaukee and eastern Wisconsin.

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To learn more about services to patients, please visit our individual division pages listed below.

Department of Medicine Divisions

Each Division page will provide information about the clinical, educational and research activities taking place by Division faculty. We welcome you to become acquainted with the impressive work being conducted by faculty and staff within the various Divisions of the Department of Medicine.

The Department of Medicine consists of 10 Divisions:

Education

Teaching medical students is a major focus for Department of Medicine faculty and house staff.

The Department also offers an Internal Medicine Residency Program and various Fellowship Programs.

Research

The Department of Medicine is nationally and internationally known for research and scholarship. Department of Medicine faculty are active in numerous clinical trials and are primary or collaborating investigators on a number of NIH, Foundation and Industry grants. Read more about Department of Medicine research

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In The News

Cardiovascular Center appoints postdoctoral fellow to T32 training program

July 24 - The Cardiovascular Center at the Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW) has appointed Moua Yang, PhD as the third postdoctoral trainee in the Cardiovascular Center’s T32 postdoctoral training program sponsored by the National Institutes of Health.

Dr. Carmen Bergom named 2018 Michael H. Keelan Jr., MD Scholar

June 20 - Carmen R. Bergom, MD, PhD, assistant professor of radiation oncology and Cardiovascular Center member, is the recipient of the 2018 Michael H. Keelan Jr., MD Scholar Award for her project, “Unique genetic models to identify mediators of radiation-induced heart disease.”

Predicting prostate cancer

June 20 - MCW researchers seek to amplify predictive powers of prostate MRI. Learn more about their efforts in the Winter 2018 issue of MCW Magazine.

Improving cancer outcomes for the underserved

June 7 - Reducing the burden of cancer among underserved populations is a lofty goal, but Melinda Stolley, PhD, is well-positioned to generate some big ideas. The cancer incidence rate for Hispanics and African Americans continues to rise, and Dr. Stolley and her team are employing every option they can to change this.

Contact Us

Department of Medicine
Medical College of Wisconsin
CLCC – 5th Floor
9200 W. Wisconsin Ave.
Milwaukee, WI 53226

Administrative Office Contact
Ruth Bruckbauer
(414) 955-0518

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