About our programs
Medical College Physicians postgraduate fellowship programs provide a structured clinical and professional education to foster growth of highly skilled nurse practitioners (NP) and physician assistants (PA) in multidisciplinary, collaborative, and evidence-based management of complex patients
Our program aims to attract new APP graduates or experienced APPs seeking a structured educational program to support and guide their development of proficient clinical decision making and their application of specialized skills. APP Fellows and NP Residents will have core rotations as well as elective choices to provide a diverse and personal program experience.
Join us for the next APP Fellowship Virtual Information Session on January 11, 2023, at 7 p.m.!
If you are interested in learning more about the APP fellowship programs, join us for an upcoming virtual information session. We are excited to offer an opportunity to provide an overview of the APP fellowship programs including the clinical experiences, education, and benefits. There is also an opportunity to ask additional questions with answers provided by the specialty program leadership and current fellows.
The APP Adult Critical Care and APP Orthopaedic Fellowships are structured on Phased Onboarding and use Office of Advanced Practice foundations.
APP Adult Critical Care Fellowship
An innovative 12-month training program that teaches APP fellows to become highly skilled in the multidisciplinary, collaborative, and evidence-based management of complex and critically-ill patients in intensive care units.learn more
APP Orthopaedic Fellowship
A one-year training program that teaches participants to become skilled, well-rounded and current with evidence-based practice in the field of surgical and non-operative orthopaedic medicine.learn more
APP Centralized Pediatric Fellowship
An innovative 12-month training program that teaches APP fellows to become highly skilled in the multidisciplinary, collaborative, and evidence-based management of a variety of pediatric patient populations.learn more
APP Psychiatry and Mental Health Fellowship
An immersive 12-month residency in mental health focusing on underserved populations in a community-based setting.learn more
APP Adult Hematology and Oncology Fellowship
The Medical College Physician’s APP Adult Hematology and Oncology Fellowship is an innovative 12-month training program, teaching APP fellows to become skilled nurse practitioners and physician assistants for highly complex patients through clinical and didactic experiences and professional mentorship.LEARN MORE
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Pediatric Critical Care NP Fellowship Program
This program provides clinical training at Children’s Wisconsin and the option of pursuing initial coursework for a DNP or PhD through Marquette University College of Nursing.