Aurora Sinai Medical Center is Wisconsin’s second oldest hospital, and has become a major community-teaching center. Situated in downtown Milwaukee, the hospital’s diverse, urban setting combines real-life experiences, academic learning and clinical research to give residents excellent training opportunities every day.
The medical center is affiliated with the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health. The physician-instructors at Aurora Sinai Medical Center value being teachers, as well as doctors, and willingly share their expertise.
Located in south Milwaukee, Aurora St. Luke's Medical Center is an academic community hospital affiliated with the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health and the Medical College of Wisconsin. There are more than 1,100 education-friendly physicians on staff.
The hospital is home to family medicine, diagnostic radiology and transitional residencies. As a resident, you’ll share in clinical, academic and practical experiences that are hard to duplicate in other clinical settings.
A national leader in cardiovascular and oncology treatment, Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center also offers comprehensive services in:
Aurora Lakeland Medical Center has been serving Walworth County since 1917, with a mission of providing advanced health care to the community that relies on them every day.
In addition to emergency care, Aurora Lakeland Medical Center offers specialists in urology, cardiology and orthopedics. We also offer the latest cancer treatments, personalized pain management care and women’s health and maternity services.
Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, located in Milwaukee, is ranked fourth-best children's hospital and third-best pediatric ER in the US. Aurora Family Medicine Resident rotations in general-ward pediatrics and pediatric emergency medicine are based at the hospital, along with a variety of elective rotations in pediatric subspecialties.
The ER experience offers residents the opportunity to do first assessments on ill children, determine the need for inpatient or outpatient services and perform procedures such as lumbar punctures, IV placement and laceration repair.