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Why Choose MCW-Central Wisconsin
In July 2016, MCW-Central Wisconsin matriculated its first class of medical students at our newest campus in beautiful Central Wisconsin, working in partnership with the best academic and medical facilities in the region. If you love the quality of life that comes with year-round outdoor sports and entertainment, balanced with great schools and quality family life in a mid-size city with top amenities, this campus may be for you.
MCW-Central Wisconsin provides an innovative and focused program to train primary care physicians, surgeons and psychiatrists who will live and work in the region when they complete their medical education. By choosing MCW-Central Wisconsin, you can help ensure the sustainability of the healthcare system in our region by working as a family doctor or in another specialty – and eventually taking the place of a retiring physician.
Our program offers contemporary learning technology, state-of-the art classrooms and labs, and the ability to get plenty of one-on-one attention from some of the best physicians in the region to help you learn how to become a world-class doctor and a leader in your community. If this sounds like the place for you, learn more and join us at MCW-Central Wisconsin.
Virtual Campus Visits
Due to the pandemic, we can’t host guest students who want to learn about MCW-CW at our campus location, so we will bring the campus to you! If you’re considering medical school and the MCW-Central Wisconsin campus specifically, please join us to learn about our campus mission, our courses and how to prepare for admission and student life at our regional medical school campus. We will even provide a virtual tour of our beautiful new facility in Wausau, WI!
To register and get the link to participate, please email Chris Knight, Student Services Program Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org
2020 MCW-Central Wisconsin Residency Distribution - PG1
On March 20, 2020, graduating medical students at MCW-Central Wisconsin found out where they will serve their post-graduate residency training. On "Match Day," a nationally administered computerized system gives the results of matches made between medical students and residency training programs across the country.
Learn more about residency placement.