The Aurora Transitional Year Residency is designed to provide a broad medical educational experience to facilitate the choice of and/or preparation for future specialty training.
Program Director Colleen Nichols, MD provides an introduction to the residency.
We’ve been a stepping-stone to specialty residencies and careers since 1969.Program Overview
Our mission is to provide broad-based clinical training to prepare residents for a variety of medical fields.Our Principles
Our program offers a large degree of curricular flexibility and individual choice to meet career goals.View Curriculum
Residents train at Aurora St. Luke’s Medical Center and Aurora Sinai Medical Center in Milwaukee.Our Medical Centers
Aurora Transitional Year Residency faculty bring diverse backgrounds and a deep understanding of medicine to our program and serve as excellent role models and teachers for our residents.
Our program, which consists of 14 interns, offers nine positions through the NRMP match and holds five positions for the Aurora St. Luke's Diagnostic Radiology Residency.
The program has consistently brought in highly qualified candidates, and 100% of our graduates have entered accredited specialty residency programs. These specialties include Diagnostic Radiology, Ophthalmology, Dermatology, Anesthesiology and Radiation Oncology, among others.
We value the contributions of our house staff and offer a competitive salary and comprehensive benefits package.
In addition to the general housestaff benefits, Transitional Year residents receive the following educational stipends:
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