Living in Wisconsin
Wisconsin has long been known as a great place to live. Our communities are ranked among the best in the nation for quality of life.
In Wisconsin, you’ll enjoy:
- A dynamic economy, affordable cost of living, and low unemployment;
- Great schools, colleges, and universities;
- Low crime rates;
- Four-season cultural, sports, and recreational opportunities;
- A clean environment with abundant natural resources; and
- Warm, friendly people.
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Working in Wisconsin
Wisconsin is a great place to practice family medicine. Approximately two-thirds of our graduates accept jobs or begin fellowships in the state.
Family physicians in Wisconsin practice full-spectrum family medicine, including hospital privileges, with few difficulties. The number of malpractice lawsuits here is one of the lowest in the country.