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All Saints Family Medicine Residency Program

All Saints Family Medicine Residency Program

Our Program

With a proud, 30-year tradition of educating residents, All Saints Family Medicine Residency is the oldest family practice residency in the state. St. Joseph Hospital, birthplace of one in four Milwaukee babies, provides a unique and totally encompassing training experience. We offer unparalleled obstetrical training, a longitudinal, integrated geriatrics and women's health curriculum, hands-on sports medicine education with team physician opportunities, strong ICU training, and a successful community medicine program. Our new, state of the art Family Care Center provides a breadth of experience reflective of private practice. The hospital enjoys a large staff of Family Physicians who are actively involved in your education. Our graduates, who are practicing in a wide variety of settings throughout Wisconsin and the United States, report their education did an exceptional job of providing them with the necessary tools to be successful physicians.

Program Director Welcome | Robin Helm, MD

Robin Helm, MD

Thank you for considering our program for your future residency training. We hope our website can provide you with the information needed to help you make an informed decision.

All Saints Family Medicine Residency Program is a community-based program affiliated with the Medical College of Wisconsin and Ascension. This gives our program the advantage of being community-based while still having the resources available from a large medical school and regional medical center. The residents spend most of their hospital time at St. Joseph Hospital, our “home” hospital but do a few rotations at Children’s Hospital in Milwaukee.

Our residents spend their clinic time in our All Saints Health Center located on the border of Milwaukee and Glendale, giving it a unique urban/suburban atmosphere in a parklike community with easy access to shopping and restaurants. The clinic was constructed in 2014 and has 32 exam rooms, procedure rooms, resident offices, a large conference/exercise room, teaching kitchen, and lots of green space with a track, exercise stations, and a community garden. One of the emphasis of our residency program is community medicine, so having the space to bring the community to us, as well as going out into the community, is vital to our success.

All Saints Family Medicine Residency Program understands that those who chose family medicine as a specialty tend to have a large range of interests. We try to be as flexible as possible in our training options, allowing residents to pursue many interests or focus on just one. Our most utilized training focuses are community medicine, urgent care, integrative medicine, and sports medicine. However, we have had residents who have pursued global health, geriatric, hospitalist medicine, and other focuses of training.

I did my residency here when it was St. Michael Residency Program. After graduation, I went into practice, and then came back. I have always liked teaching and truly enjoy the interactions with medical students and residents so academic medicine was always appealing. What brought me back specifically here, though, was the people. Everyone from the nurses to the office support staff really work together well and provide the best care possible to our patients and the community. Our vision is to improve the healthcare of communities one family medicine resident graduate at a time. All Saints Family Medicine Residency believes that excellent medical training is essential for our success.

We are excited to meet you. Please contact us with any questions.

Sincerely,

Robin Helm, MD
Associate Professor

 

Why become a resident at MCW

As a major academic medical center, and the largest research institution in the Milwaukee metro area, the Medical College of Wisconsin is a distinguished leader in the advanced training of physicians, researchers, pharmacists and health professionals. Together with its top-tier partner institutions, the Medical College of Wisconsin Affiliated Hospitals (MCWAH) puts you at the forefront of advancement that’s improving the vitality of society.
Learn more about the All Saints Family Medicine Residency Program

Learn more about the All Saints Family Medicine Residency Program

All Saints Family Health Center Faculty and Staff

Barenboim, Hernan, PhD, LMFT | Assistant Professor

Bernstein, Rebecca S., MD, MS | Associate Professor

Brusky, Laura, MD | Assistant Professor

Helm, Robin, MD | Associate Professor, Residency Program Director

Damitz, Beth, MD | Associate Professor, Medical Director

Gottschlich, Laura, DO | Associate Professor, Sports Medicine

Johnson, Charmaine | Administrative Assistant Sr.

Johnston, Bryan, MD | Assistant Professor

McKinney-Whitson, Veneshia, MD | Assistant Professor, Associate Program Director

Mesenbrink, Laura, NP | Nurse Practitioner

Sabatino, Giana, NP | Nurse Practitioner

Sayaovang, Maisee, NP | Nurse Practitioner

Slawson, James, MD | Clinical Assistant Professor

Delahaut, Julie, MBA | Program Coordinator

Olsen, Sandy, MS | Program Administrator

Residency Program Training Locations

All Saints Family Medicine Residency Program

Ascension All Saints Family Health Center

Ascension All Saints Family Health Center, the hub of our residency program, is recognized by the NCQA as a Patient Centered Medical Home.

St. Joseph Hospital

Ascension SE Wisconsin Hospital – St. Joseph Campus

Ascension SE Wisconsin Hospital – St. Joseph Campus and ER in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, is a critical care hospital with advanced specialty care services.

Children's Wisconsin

Children's Wisconsin

Children’s Wisconsin, located in Milwaukee, is a 306-bed regional medical center dedicated to the care of the pediatric patient.

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Area Information

The All Saints Family Medicine Residency Program is located a short 10-minute drive north of downtown Milwaukee on five spacious acres of green space. The program is located within a warm Glendale neighborhood near a bustling business area with plenty of shops, restaurants, boutiques and more. All of this located within a 2-hour drive of Green Bay, Madison or Chicago.

Contact Us

All Saints Family Medicine Residency Program
All Saints Family Health Center
2400 W. Villard Ave.
Milwaukee, WI 53209

 

Robin Helm, MD
Residency Program Director
Associate Professor
Family Medicine

Julie Delahaut
Education Program Coordinator II
Family Medicine
(414) 527-8348
jdelahaut@mcw.edu

 

**Affiliated with the Medical College of Wisconsin
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