The Aurora Geriatrics Fellowship is a 12-month program that prepares its graduates to provide comprehensive, coordinated health care services to people over the age 65. The program addresses the changing physical, social and emotional needs of this diverse and growing patient population.
Fellows in our program will see a high volume and variety of patients, ensuring a diverse and comprehensive clinical experience. The majority of training takes place at Aurora Sinai Medical Center, an academic hospital affiliated with the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health.
In addition to ample inpatient exposure, our fellows complete services alongside specialists in Hospice, Geriatric Psychiatry, Parkinson's and Palliative Care.
The Aurora Geriatrics Fellowship offers:
Program rotations occur over 12 months, in no particular order.
Regardless of the monthly service, our fellows dedicate:
Regular didactic conferences include: