Our Family Medicine clinics are where residents learn to be family physicians. Throughout their three years of training, residents learn effective models of outpatient care, disease prevention, health promotion and practice management skills.
Clinics are designed around large staffing rooms, where residents have access to faculty staffers and extensive clinic libraries. Each clinic includes numerous exam rooms, including procedure rooms. Clinics also feature in-house specialty clinics in the areas of obstetrics and gynecology, procedures, OMT and sports medicine, where residents work one-on-one with specialized faculty.
Established as the Family Medicine Residency’s home in 1991, Aurora St. Luke's Family Practice Center serves the diverse blue-collar neighborhoods and suburbs of Milwaukee's south side. The clinic accepts six residents per year.
Located on the Aurora St. Luke's Medical Center campus, the clinic's faculty and staff are dedicated to providing high quality, patient-centered care and personalized training for each resident. This site offers numerous amenities including our redesigned resident clinic lounge.
Established as a residency training site in 1995, the Aurora Sinai Family Care Center is located on the Aurora Sinai Medical Center campus just north of Marquette University. The clinic accepts four residents per year.
The clinic’s population reflects Milwaukee's diverse socioeconomic environment. Residents, faculty and staff have a close connection to each other and the patients they serve. A key feature of this site is the redesigned resident office and staffing area.
Located in Wauwatosa, a suburb on Milwaukee's west side, Aurora Wiselives Center for Well-Being offers access to massage therapy, acupuncture, chiropractic care and integrative primary care. It is home to our longitudinal Integrative Medicine track.
The focus of the clinic is to address the physical, emotional and spiritual aspects of care to help patients attain balance and well-being. It is staffed by our faculty who are family medicine and fellowship-trained integrative medicine physicians and advanced practice providers.
Located on Milwaukee's northwest side, Aurora Midtown Health Center serves a predominantly African-American, working-class neighborhood.
Staffed by Family Medicine faculty with an excellent clinic staff, the clinic offers on-site services such as radiology, mammography, lab services and in-house consultants. It is an excellent site for patients who need highly coordinated chronic disease management.
Located in the historic Walker's Point neighborhood, Aurora Walker's Point Community Clinic serves a predominantly Spanish-speaking patient population on Milwaukee's near-south side.
The clinic started as a residency service-learning project and has grown into a key site for interdisciplinary education and clinical care. Residents in the Lead for Health longitudinal track can choose to care for a continuity panel of patients at this clinic.