Established in 1974, the Aurora Family Medicine Residency program offers flexibility at a large institution with extensive resources and faculty. With special strengths in population health, community medicine, sports medicine, in-patient services, integrative medicine and research, the dually-accredited (allopathic/osteopathic) program provides an excellent opportunity for residents to be well trained in all areas.
Residents choose their continuity office experience at either Aurora Sinai Family Care Center or Aurora St. Luke’s Family Practice Center. All residents have the same residency curriculum and rotation requirements, including longitudinal continuity clinic opportunities. Residents also have rotations and volunteer activities available at three additional residency clinics.
Our program goal is to produce family physicians that will excel in whatever position they choose to pursue following their three years with us. We do this by:
All residents have the same residency curriculum and rotation requirements, including longitudinal continuity clinic opportunities in integrative medicine, underserved medicine and obstetrics. The program also provides ample time for electives, including international rotations.
UW School of Medicine
Each of our faculty has academic appointments through the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health Department of Family Medicine, which consistently ranks among the best in the country.
Our residents have access to the wealth of academic and clinical resources they provide, including the ability to do rotations with affiliated Family Medicine residencies throughout the state of Wisconsin.
We’re proud to be one of the first Family Medicine residencies in the US to include the University of Arizona’s Integrative Medicine in Residency (IMR) curriculum during resident training.