Pediatrics Residency Tracks
Each Track permits residents to use elective rotations to complete requirements that are designed to prepare them for specific careers. Residents who complete the requirements will earn a certificate of completion at the end of their residency training, confirming their participation in an enriched residency curriculum.
Each Track includes a few required experiences, a required scholarly project, a monthly "track day" during the noon conference curriculum, suggested activities for educational and administrative development and faculty mentorship.
Our program offers six (6) Tracks:
Career Identification TrackLearn about the Pediatric Residency Career Identification Track.
Global Health TrackLearn about the Global Health Track in the Medical College of Wisconsin's Pediatrics Residency Program.
Hospitalist TrackLearn about our Pediatrics Residency Hospitalist Track - an enhanced experience in hospital medicine with panel of experiences to customize training.
Hybrid TrackOur Pediatrics Residency hybrid track incorporates elements of various tracks to optimize individual experience for residents with multiple area of...
Primary Care TrackLearn about the Pediatrics Residency primary care track.
Subspecialty TrackLearn about our Pediatric Residency Subspecialty Track.
It is our intent that these tracks be completely flexible, permitting each resident to individualize their training in the way that is best for them. Our program is fully committed to supporting the individual interests and goals of each resident, while making sure that all residents complete the training requirements of the American Board of Pediatrics and the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME).
All tracks have a similar structure:
- Track Mentor
- Elective experiences
- Three (3) key subspecialty months
- Two (2) additional subspecialty months
- Three (3) units of open electives
- Tailored for career
- Can be inpatient or ambulatory
- Community hospitalist
- International elective
- Primary care immersion general pediatrics
- Cardiac ICU
- Encouraged scholarly activity (research, QI, clinical guideline, workshop development, others)
- Specialized didactics
My favorite thing about being an MCW pediatric resident is that we have the opportunity here to take care of an incredible variety of patients. This allows us as residents to gain experience in managing common pediatric conditions as well as rare and complex medical conditions.
Rachel Sullivan, MCW pediatric resident, class of 2017
Medical Education Office
Children's Corporate Center
999 N. 92nd St., Suite 730
Milwaukee, WI 53226
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