Find a doctor by specialty or location.
Find primary and specialty care near you.
New knowledge driving discovery to advance the health of our communities.
Every discovery advances academic medicine and improves the vitality of our communities.
Pay a a bill for services performed by MCW.
Let us help you find an answer to your question.
MyChart user? Log in to make an appointment.
Or call Adult Specialties (800) 272-3666 or Pediatric Specialties (877) 607-5280.
Choose from a three or four-year MD program at various campus locations, our anesthesiologist assistant or a number of dual degree programs.
Designed to provide a unique, specialized learning experience.
An innovative three-year PharmD program designed for the expanding pharmacist role in patient care.
Choose from more than 140 specialties and sub-specialties for advanced medical training at MCW.
MCW Commencement Events – All Campuses
Our scientists are discovery-drivers, working to develop cutting-edge treatments.
Clinical trials are invaluable in testing new treatments, drugs and technologies.
Translational scientists turn science and research into improved treatments.
Through collaboration with the brightest minds in science and medicine MCW’s Centers are at the forefront of discovery and innovation.
Through research, health care education, workforce development, and community health initiatives, AHW drives change.
Enhancing learning, research, patient care and the health of the community.
A hub focused on population health, biostatistics, bioethics and epidemiology research.
We’re challenging existing models of care with new ideas across the spectrum of discovery—from basic science, to clinical trials, to public policy changes.
We are committed to transforming how we educate healthcare professionals and inspire the diverse, fully skilled teams we need to serve patients and families.
We work closely with partners to redefine health beyond healthcare and with a bold vision of achieving health equity for all.
We are devoted to crushing cancer here in our community and worldwide.
Your gift today makes tomorrow’s breakthroughs possible.
An unprecedented philanthropic initiative to support our commitment to building healthy and thriving communities.
For medical student Mario Castellanos, the ability to work with the Latino community in Milwaukee brings him a little closer to home.
As a first-generation college graduate, Dr. Sherréa Jones pushed herself to pursue unprecedented achievements in her family.
Radiation oncologists are using the world's first Elekta Unity MR-Linac technology to personalize radiation therapy.
Community Front Door
Meet Dr. Jesse Ehrenfeld, a champion for health equity and new leader of a statewide philanthropy resource.
Meet The Team
Combining his talents in medicine with his service in the military, Dr. Jim Ninomiya has made his career as a doctor a true humanitarian...
Nnenna Nwaelugo’s mature vision for what a health system should be belies her age – she is only 19.
Physician-Scientist seeks to prevent cardiovascular disease.
Dominique Carter, PhD ’16, began her career in industry before entering government service through a competitive fellowship program.
Dr. Lotay Tshering, Prime Minister of Bhutan and MCW fellowship alumnus, has an unconventional definition for what it means to de-stress...
Jerrell Lovett wants to help change factors that lead to negative health outcomes for African Americans.
Meet British, a future physician driven to serve the underserved.
Meet Bryon, a man inspired to transform spinal cord injury.
Dr. Meena Bedi is currently leading a team of researchers in piloting a new project aimed at creating a blood test for soft tissue sarcomas.
The late Dr. James Cerletty served as residency program director and vice chair for education in MCW’s department of medicine for nearly 40...
The Medical College of Wisconsin has a strong tradition of training students who eventually become faculty members.
One of the many people John Kummer helps cross the street each day at the MCW-Milwaukee campus is the physician who saved his life.
The first installment in a two-part series about the importance of interprofessionalism in education and research.
The second installment in a two-part series about the importance of interprofessionalism in clinical care.
Dr. Bryon Johnson’s personally meaningful clinical research to harness the immune system to fight cancer is showing promising results.
Dr. Ehab Atallah and colleagues will embark on a journey to the top of Mount Kilimanjaro in October to support the International Chronic...
Dr. Frank Pintar is a biomedical engineer inspired by innovation and driven by collaboration to help clinicians create a healthier future.
APAMSA chapter students are partnering with a Milwaukee-based television program to address health disparities in local Hmong community.
When Brittany Rupp arrived on campus, she had no idea that within a year, she’d have a hand in a few miracles ‒ literally.
BJ Miller, Jr., MD, is on a mission to change the way the medical community views disability, death and dying.
Meet Dr. Leonard Egede, a health disparities researcher and physician.
Since 1988, a group of Milwaukee-area endocrinologists have gathered weekly to discuss solutions for some of their most challenging cases.
Pharmacogenomics research at the Medical College of Wisconsin could drastically improve the way health care is delivered.
A new virtual reality study aims to reduce patients’ anxiety about radiation therapy.
The third installment in a three-part series about the remarkable life and legacy of T. Michael Bolger (1939-2018).
The second installment in a three-part series about the remarkable life and legacy of T. Michael Bolger (1939-2018).
The first installment in a three-part series about the remarkable life and legacy of T. Michael Bolger (1939-2018).