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PROGRAM FACTS

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MEDICAL CENTERS

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Aurora St. Luke's medical Center Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center

2900 W. Oklahoma Avenue
Milwaukee, WI 53215

Phone: 414-649-6000
Fax: 414-649-7982

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Located at the southern edge of Milwaukee, Aurora St. Luke's Medical Center is a tertiary-care hospital licensed for 983 beds, with centers of excellence in cardiology and cancer care. Family Medicine resident experiences are strengthened by rotations with excellent clinicians in all fields.

Aurora St. Luke's Medical Center is widely recognized as one of the Midwest's leading hospitals, with a medical staff that is committed to participating in continuing education for residents and students. The hospital has been named one of the top 50 medical centers in the country by the influential American Association of Retired Persons as well as one of only 50 U.S. "Magnet" hospitals by the American Nursing Association.

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Aurora Sinai Medical Center

945 N. 12th Street
Milwaukee, WI 53233

Phone: 414-219-2000
Fax: 414-219-7402

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Obstetrics and neonatology rotations and our continuity patient deliveries take place at Aurora Sinai Medical Center. Aurora Health Care has designated the Aurora Sinai Women’s Health Services as a "Center of Excellence." It is one of the largest facilities of its kind in the state of Wisconsin. The modern facilities that include labor suites, operating rooms, c-section rooms and recovery rooms, are among the best in the city of Milwaukee and provide outstanding care. In 2003, the maternity ward at Sinai was the only unit in the state to be awarded "Five Stars" from J. D. Power and Associates.

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Children's Hospital of Wisconsin

9000 W. Wisconsin Ave.
Milwaukee, WI 53226

Phone: (414) 266-2000


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Milwaukee is fortunate to have an outstanding children's hospital located on the western edge of the city. Children's Hospital of Wisconsin is ranked as the 4th best Children's Hospital and 3rd ranked Pediatric ER in the country. The hospital is utilized for Family Medicine resident rotations in general-ward pediatrics and pediatric emergency medicine. The ER experience offers Family Medicine residents the opportunity to do first assessments on ill children and to determine their need for inpatient or outpatient services, as well as performing procedures such as lumbar punctures, IV placement, and laceration repair. In addition, Children's Hospital of Wisconsin is available to Family Medicine residents for a variety of elective rotations in the pediatric subspecialties.