Tracy S. Wang, MD, MPH, FACS, FSSO, DABS
Professor; Chief, Section of Endocrine Surgery; Vice-Chair, Strategic and Professional Development
- Cancer Center - Froedtert Hospital
- 8800 West Doyne Ave.
- Milwaukee, WI 53226
- Endocrine Surgery
- Surgical Oncology
- General Surgery
I believe that the care of each patient should be individualized to their situation and needs, while emphasizing a multidisciplinary approach and use of the most recent advances in surgical technique. My efforts to achieve the best possible outcome for my patients are complemented by my background in public health and my research interest in patient outcomes within the field of endocrine surgery.
Diseases and Conditions
- Thyroid Nodules
Treatments and Services
- Adrenal Surgery
- Parathyroid Surgery
- Thyroid Lobectomy
- Thyroid Surgery
- Virtual Visit
- Radiofrequency Ablation of Thyroid Nodules
- Neck Dissections
- Robotic Adrenalectomy
- Retroperitoneoscopic Adrenalectomy
Patients Ages Seen
- Froedtert Hospital – Milwaukee
- Children's Wisconsin - Milwaukee – Milwaukee
- Froedtert Menomonee Falls Hospital – Menomonee Falls
- Zablocki VA Medical Center – Milwaukee
- Froedtert West Bend Hospital – West Bend
- St. Francis Hospital – Milwaukee
Cancer Center - Froedtert Hospital
Wheaton Franciscan Medical Arts Pavilion
Ascension - St. Francis Hospital
Tracy S. Wang, MD, MPH, FACS, is currently professor of surgery, vice-chair of strategic and professional development, and chief of the section of endocrine surgery in the department of surgery at the Medical College of Wisconsin (Milwaukee, WI). Dr. Wang is the program leader for the Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin Endocrine Cancer Program and program director of the MCW Comprehensive Endocrine Surgery Fellowship.
She completed her residency in general surgery at Long Island Jewish Medical Center and fellowship in endocrine surgery at Yale University. Her clinical practice is focused on the surgical endocrine disease of the thyroid, parathyroid, and adrenal glands, including inherited endocrine syndromes. Dr. Wang has published >150 peer-reviewed manuscripts and book chapters.
She currently serves as President of the Society of Asian Academic Surgeons, Treasurer of the American Association of Endocrine Surgeons, and a Councilor-at-Large for the Society of Surgical Oncology. She is on the Board of Directors for the Surgical Biology Club II. She also serves as an Associate Editor for the American Journal of Surgery and on the Editorial Boards of World Journal of Surgery and the Journal of Surgical Research.
Dr. Wang’s primary clinical and research focus involves malignant and benign tumors of the endocrine system, most notably thyroid cancer, adrenal neoplasms and inherited/sporadic parathyroid disease. In particular, she has an interest in optimizing multidisciplinary protocols for the perioperative management of patients with surgical endocrine disease.
Education and Training
Doctor of Medicine - Albert Einstein College of Medicine - Bronx, NY (2000)
Residency in General Surgery - Long Island Jewish Medical Center - New Hyde Park, NY (2000-2005)
Fellowship in Endocrine Surgery - Yale-New Haven Hospital - New Haven, CT (2006-2007)