Learn about our residency program, established in 1974.Program Overview
Our goal is to produce family physicians that will excel in whatever position they choose.Our Purpose
View our residency and longitudinal curriculum.See Curriculum
We partner with the UW School of Medicine and the University of Arizona.Our Partners
Aurora Family Medicine Residency faculty bring diverse backgrounds and a deep understanding of family medicine to our program, serving as excellent role models and teachers for our residents.
Aurora residents come from all over the US and world, and bring a diverse range of skills and interests to our program. Get to know them by watching a resident Q&A and reading resident biographies.
Located throughout the Greater Milwaukee Area, our five Family Medicine clinics serve as the training ground for our aspiring family physicians. Discover how residents learn effective models of outpatient care, disease prevention, health promotion and practice management skills.
The Community Health, Advocacy and Managing Populations (CHAMP) longitudinal curriculum helps residents develop and integrate skills and tools in these areas into clinical practice. Residents complete community-based and clinic-based advocacy projects.