Applicants must be a third-year resident in good standing or a recent graduate of an accredited family medicine residency. Licensed or eligible for licensure in the state of Wisconsin is required.
Candidates interested in Monroe Clinic's fellowship program, should send a copy of their current CV, a personal statement about career goals, and three letters of recommendation (program director, attending faculty, and a third individual of your choosing). Send by September 1 for priority consideration.
Send materials to:
Attn: Lori Rodefeld, Medical Education
515 22nd Avenue
Monroe, WI 53566
At this time the fellowship programs are not sponsoring J1 visas. Applicants must be US citizens or permanent residents.
Monroe Clinic offers significant opportunity to tailor the curriculum to personal career objectives. Some of these opportunities include participation in hospital committees, activities and quality improvement initiatives are also available. Rotations include adult medicine/ICU, emergency medicine, cardiology, pulmonary, palliative care and research. The fellow will be able to select from additional experiences including:
• wound care
• trauma ICU (off-site elective)
Program Goals & Objectives
• Provide additional skill and experience in the inpatient management of adult medical patients
• Optional off-site pediatric experiences are available
• Develop skill and experience in providing consultative service to non-admitting physicians or patients admitted to another physician requesting consultation in the hospital
• Provide additional skill and experience in the needs and management of intensely ill adult patients
• Effectively manage patients requiring admission through the emergency department setting
• Provide experience in the care of hospitalized patients in community-based hospitals in a rural setting
• Provide opportunities for procedural experience appropriate for the care of hospitalized patients