Internal Medicine-Pediatrics Residency Program Welcome
I received my medical degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison Medical School and joined our Internal Medicine-Pediatrics combined residency program at the Medical College of Wisconsin in Milwaukee in 2001. During residency, I served as President for the National Med-Peds Residents' Association (NMPRA) and enjoyed working with other Med-Peds physicians across the nation. I served an additional year as a 5th year Chief Resident for the Internal Medicine-Pediatrics Residency Program. Since then, I am honored to remain at the Medical College of Wisconsin in both the Department of Medicine and the Department of Pediatrics as an Associate Professor and a Hospitalist for Medicine and Pediatrics. I truly enjoy my career and feel that Med-Peds is well-suited for optimal patient care and endless opportunities!
Graduates from our program have a wealth of careers including Med-Peds primary care, subspecialty care and Med-Peds hospitalists with practices across the nation. The training at the Medical College of Wisconsin is founded by strong departments in both Medicine and Pediatrics. This academic center offers a diverse experience, while focusing on the necessary tools for future careers whether primary or subspecialty care pathways are chosen.
Our residents achieve success in patient care, education and research, and I feel that the Medical College of Wisconsin's Internal Medicine-Pediatrics Residency Program provides exceptional education and outstanding training! Please feel free to contact us with any questions. We look forward to hearing from you!
Heather L. Toth, MD
Associate Professor and Program Director
Internal Medicine-Pediatrics Residency Program
Froedtert Hospital & the Medical College of Wisconsin is ranked the third-best academic medical center in the country
Vizient, an alliance of academic medical centers and hospitals, announced Froedtert & MCW Froedtert Hospital ranks No. 3 out of 95 percent of academic medical centers in the nation. In addition, St. Joseph’s Hospital ranked No. 2 and Community Memorial No. 9 out of 161 participants in the community hospital study.
Dr. Abby Walch wins 2018 Crimson Feather Award, Department of Pediatrics
Dr. Abby Walch, a Med-Peds 2018 graduate and our current Med-Peds chief, has been awarded the 2018 Crimson Feather Award given to the most outstanding supervising resident on the pediatric hospitalist service.
Katie Berlin, DO earned a 2018 MCWAH Research & Quality Award
Dr. Berlin, a PGY4 Internal Medicine-Pediatric Resident was recognized for her study Decreasing Serum Sodium Levels are a Predictor of Disease Severity in Necrotizing Enterocolitis. Dr. Berlin presented this research at the Pediatric Academic Societies Meeting in Toronto in May 2018.
Dr. Carmen Cobb wins 2018 Best Junior Faculty Teaching Award, Department of Medicine
Dr. Carmen Cobb, a Med-Peds 2016 graduate, has been awarded the 2018 Best Junior Faculty Teaching Award for the Department of Medicine.
Dr. Jillian Ewing Haas wins Med-Peds Faculty Award
This award is to recognize a faculty member that has shown excellence in awareness for Internal Medicine-Pediatrics by helping residents focus on the skills, insight and dedication to provide high quality care to patients with acute or chronic illnesses that may span several decades. Thank you to Dr. Ewing Haas, Internal Medicine-Pediatrics Primary Care Physician – Westbrook Health Center for your outstanding teaching of our residents!
Congratulations to the following Med-Peds Residents who were recognized for their outstanding teaching:
- Lindsay Hoogenboom, MD – M2 Courses, Bench to Bedside
- Kaitlyn Joyce, DO – M2 Courses, Bench to Bedside and Ambulatory Internal Medicine
- Keowa Bonilla, MD – Pediatrics