We provide opportunities for tomorrow’s medical professionals to learn the skills they need in an environment focused on improving patient care.
Through internships, rotations, residencies, fellowships and continuing education, you can experience patient-centered medicine and research firsthand.
We have training, education or internship opportunities in the following fields:
We regard every intern, fellow, resident and student as a future colleague. We will treat you with the same respect and honesty that every member of our team expects.
Medical students, residents and fellows choose us because of our:
Aurora’s Clinician Student Services unit welcomes more than 1,200 students every year. Here, you’ll have opportunities to work with experienced and skilled professionals in multiple fields.
Prepare for team-based medicine at our patient-centered, integrated health system.
Clinical adjunct professors are essential to the educational, research and service missions of the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health (UWSMPH). They make vital contributions through a wide variety of activities while employed outside of the medical school. Our clinical adjunct professors perform at least 25 hours of annual service on behalf of the university including teaching UW medical students or Aurora residents or fellows, co-presenting a regional/national meetings with their academic department colleagues and participating in curriculum development and accreditation activities for the UWSMPH.
The following lists comprise the university’s clinical adjunct assistant, associate and full professors based at Aurora:
We sponsor more than 150 residents and fellows annually in a variety of medical specialties. You will learn how to be outstanding clinicians and leaders in team-based care, population health and quality improvement.
We offer residencies in:
We offer fellowships in:
You can participate in original and potentially lifesaving research as an intern.
Our scientists, clinicians and leaders act as mentors for promising future researchers. As an intern, you will get the opportunity to work directly on our research initiatives and projects. This experience will give you an edge as you pursue your career in medicine or science.
Our internships include:
Clinical, laboratory-based and professional opportunities are available. Look for the job posting in late December or early January, or sign up for job notifications at aurora.org/careers.
To learn more about internships in research, please contact us.