Froedtert and Medical College of Wisconsin Cancer Center

APP Adult Hematology and Oncology Fellowship

The Medical College Physician’s APP Adult Hematology and Oncology Fellowship is an innovative 12-month training program that teaches APP fellows to become skilled nurse practitioners and physician assistants in multidisciplinary, collaborative, and evidence-based management of highly complex patients through clinical and didactic experiences and professional mentorship. This program aims to attract newly graduated NP and PA professionals, or experienced APPs seeking to support and guide their development of proficient clinical decision making and their application of specialized skills. APP Fellows will have core rotations as well as elective choices to provide a personalized program experience. One fellow will be accepted to the program per year, with potential to increase this number as success of the program expands.

About Our Fellowship

Who should be interested in an APP Adult Hematology and Oncology Fellowship?

Who should be interested in an APP Adult Hematology and Oncology Fellowship?

  • APPs with interest in advancing their clinical skills to assess, diagnose, and treat complex, critically ill patients in hematology and oncology subspecialties.
  • APPs interested in transitioning to practice in a mentored environment to build a professional network and clarify through experience a best fit for clinical practice and starting their career.
What are the benefits of an APP Adult Hematology and Oncology Fellowship?

What are the benefits of an APP Adult Hematology and Oncology Fellowship?

  • The Hematology and Oncology subspecialty is intense, diverse, complex, and requires hands on learning and time to develop competency and confidence.
  • Structured experiences are great for new graduates or transitioning to a new practice area.
  • Mentored learning in clinical rotations across outpatient and inpatient environments, and in specialty rotations.
  • Exposure to inter professional roles, APP contributions to team-based care, and a variety of specialty patient populations.
  • Provides the opportunity to develop a wide range of clinical and critical thinking skills and professional development with application across clinical environments.
  • Professional and leadership development to enhance confidence in transition to practice, promote resiliency and personal growth, and prepare APPs to navigate the complex and ever-changing healthcare environment.
  • APP fellows receive stipend, educational funds, and standard MCW APP benefits.
Program details

Program details

  • 12-month program
  • Start date of September 1

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Meet our team

Meet our team

Education for the APP Adult Hematology and Oncology Fellowship program is supported by APP, MD, and education coordinator leadership team in addition to APP and MD specialists and educators from various specialties and key acute care rotations.

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How to apply

How to apply

Eligibility Requirements


  • Completion of an accredited nurse practitioner master’s or doctoral program
  • Eligible for National board certification as an Acute Care Nurse Practitioner, Family Nurse Practitioner, Adult/Geriatric Nurse Practitioner
  • Eligible for licensure as a NP in Wisconsin
  • Eligible for a DEA license
  • Acceptable criminal background check


  • Completion of an accredited physician assistant’s master’s program
  • Eligible for National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants certification
  • Eligible for licensure as a PA in Wisconsin
  • Eligible for a DEA license
  • Acceptable criminal background check

Application Details

  • Application Deadlines
    • February 10 for a start date of September 1


  • Candidates who have completed their entire application will be reviewed by the fellowship selections committee.
  • Top candidates will be identified for an HR interview.
  • In person interviews with the fellowship team and tour of the facility is offered after HR interview for select candidates.


  • Complete the Human Resources application.
  • Submit to Human Resources:
    • Curriculum Vitae
    • Education Transcripts from the masters/doctorate nurse practitioner or physician assistant program
    • Copy of BCLS card (must be American Heart Association issued)
    • Three letters of recommendation
      • Reference letters should address clinical experience, clinical knowledge & critical thinking, professionalism, and learning ability.
      • If you have graduated within the past 2 years, submit one letter from your program director or clinical faculty
      • Preference for one letter submitted by a physician who has worked with you clinically
    • One-page statement of interest in postgraduate fellowship training within this specialty
  • If you have any questions, please contact our provider recruiter, Amanda Steffens at (414) 955-8351 or via email at

Fellowship benefits  

  • Salary of $60K
  • Malpractice insurance coverage
  • MCW standard APP health/dental/vacation
  • Continuing education stipend
  • BCLS/ACLS certifications
How we learn

How we learn

Our fellowship focuses on hands-on, clinical experiences across oncology sub specialties with a mix of required and elective rotations.
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