Madison Family Medicine Residency Program
The Madison Family Medicine Residency Program is committed to the personal and professional growth of each of its residents. That growth is fostered by a dynamic curriculum and nurtured by a supportive community of residents, faculty, and staff.
"Prior to coming to Madison, I remember hearing that residency is something 'you just have to get through as quickly as possible.' Since we started, I have noticed that there are so many opportunities to have fun along the way and to enjoy the learning process. The daily interactions I have with my colleagues and patients make every minute I spend in the hospital and clinic worthwhile." Sagar Shah, MD, PGY-1
Our curriculum offers robust experiences in obstetrics, critical care medicine, and pediatrics, as well as numerous electives. Diverse continuity clinics provide residents with a dedicated patient panel for three full years.
We invite you to browse our website to learn more about our program, our people, and our exciting and beautiful city, or download our Welcome to the Madison Family Medicine Residency Program Booklet (3.8Mb).
Serving Our Community
Part of what makes the Madison Family Medicine Residency Program who we are is our strong connection to the community we live in. The 2012 Senior Book showcases scholarly and community medicine projects from our most recent graduating class.
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42 residents (14 per year)
233,000 (568,000 metro area)
Diverse faculty and clinical sites; community hospital with access to University of Wisconsin hospital
Big city perks, small town feel. State capitol and home of UW-Madison; city of lakes, lively cultural scene, and numerous recreational opportunities
Urban, suburban, rural