Geriatrics Fellowship Program

The Geriatrics Fellowship Program prepares its graduates to provide comprehensive, coordinated health care services to people over age 65. Fellows will focus on health promotion, prevention and treatment of disease, and disability for their mature patients. This program teaches how to manage and prevent multiple health concerns. A team philosophy allows the program to offer a range of specialty services that enhance both the fellow's educational experience and the quality of patient care.

The Aurora Geriatrics Institute has created a nationally recognized model for evaluation and management in geriatric medicine. Both the Institute and its fellowship program are located in downtown Milwaukee at Aurora Sinai Medical Center, an academic hospital affiliated with the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health.

Within this site, you will find extensive, current information on the Aurora Geriatrics Fellowship, as well as an overview of the Aurora Health Care system. Here, you can watch videos and hear directly from fellows about why they chose the Aurora Health Care Geriatrics Fellowship. Learn about the benefits and opportunities the city of Milwaukee, which is a mere 90 miles north of Chicago, IL, offers. Read about the Aurora Sinai Medical Center campus. Meet Geriatrics Fellowship program director Michael L. Malone, MD. The site also includes detailed program facts, program structure, faculty listing, application and salary information, and an easy-to-print contract. Enjoy the site and for additional information contact (414) 219-7785.

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