Filling the Gap
The US is projected to have a significant shortfall of both primary care and specialty care physicians through 2032. More residency training positions are needed throughout the country to counter this trend. To that end, the Medical College of Wisconsin is working diligently to fill the gap by creating new medical residencies to meet future healthcare needs.Learn More (PDF)
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