Located just 45 minutes north of Madison, the Baraboo 1-2 RTT Family Medicine Residency Program trains residents in a rural setting, providing them with a lifestyle that truly mimics private practice in a rural community.
The UW DFMCH is pleased to offer generous and competitive benefit packages for residents in our programs.
“What I love about Baraboo is that it allows me the flexibility and connections of a well-known and respected department of family medicine as well as the procedural and high-risk opportunities of rural family medicine. It is truly the best of both worlds!”
—Rachel Hartline, MD, Alumna
The program offers a flexible “hybrid longitudinal curriculum” in an apprenticeship model allowing residents to gain full-spectrum family medicine experience by participating in: hospital rounds, clinic, urgent care/ER call, hospital admissions, and obstetrics. In this setting, residents are involved in much of the hands-on continuity patient care.
Baraboo Rural Training Track Interviews
We will be conducting in-person interviews with optional virtual and in-person Second Looks. For more information regarding our interview season, please refer to our Baraboo Residency Interviews page.
Baraboo RTT graduate Neil Cox, MD reflects on his career as a rural family medicine doctor.
Want to further explore rural physician training?
At the Rural Training Track Collaborative homepage you will learn about the advantages of residency training in a rural place. Read and listen to first-hand accounts from RTT residents and find out why they have chosen a rurally located residency program.
Review the eligibility criteria (PDF) for the Baraboo Family Medicine residency program.