- People: 698 employees (including 172 faculty) plus 250 clinical adjunct faculty statewide (FY22)
- Medical student education: In FY22, Office of Medical Student Education taught 479 UW School of Medicine and Public Health students through coursework, clerkship, preceptorships, required courses and electives.
- Residency: In FY22, 164 residents trained in our three-year, DFMCH-sponsored and academic partner residency programs in Baraboo, Eau Claire/Augusta, Elkhorn, La Crosse, Madison, Milwaukee, Waukesha, and Wausau. All programs are fully accredited; five sites have also achieved osteopathic recognition. Of the 55 residents who graduated in FY22, 40 (73%) entered practice in Wisconsin.
- Fellowships: Academic, addiction medicine, integrative health, LGBTQ+ health, primary care research, and primary care sports medicine fellowships offered.
- Patient care: 17 statewide clinics providing 358,223 patient visits in FY22 (193,152 total patient panel).
- Research: $9.8M in grant awards in FY22. Research interests include addiction and substance misuse prevention and treatment, infectious disease surveillance, and pain management. Wisconsin Research and Education Network (WREN) also conducts research in partnership with primary care clinicians and communities statewide.
For more details, view our annual reports.