Community Medicine Focus

Community MedicineCommunity responsive healthcare and service to the community are important parts of patient care and resident education at All Saints Family Medicine Residency Program. Our award winning community medicine program is thriving and successful. A full-time community nurse allows our program to continue to grow. As part of your residency education you will have the opportunity to participate in existing community medicine programs throughout your three years with us, as well as have the opportunity to use your skills and interests to create new programs.

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Sports Medicine Focus

St. Joseph Family Medicine Residency Sports ProgramSports medicine has become a popular and widely accepted sub-discipline within family practice. Additionally, twenty-five percent of visits to primary care physicians are for musculoskeletal problems. Recognizing the need for family physicians to be proficient in caring for physically active people and athletes, our program offers residents the opportunity to develop expanded knowledge and skills in sports medicine. All residents at the All Saints Family Medicine Residency Program will be exposed to sports medicine training and any additional experiences of interest. Residents who choose the sports medicine focus will receive a structured, advanced sports medicine training program in their last two years of residency. The focus experience, enhanced by our affiliation with the Medical College of Wisconsin Primary Care Sports Medicine Fellowship will be longitudinal and multidisciplinary.

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Women's Health Focus

St. Joseph Family Medicine Residency Women's Health ProgramAll Saints Family Medicine Residency Program is well known for excellence in its approach to maternity care. We continuously evaluate and modify the curriculum to offer the best experience to our residents. St. Joseph’s is a nationally known center for obstetrics. It has a level 3 NICU and this busy facility delivers almost 3,500 babies per year. Our residents are a part of the maternity care team that puts them along side OB residents and collaboration with perinatologists, family medicine physicians, midwives and neonatologists. One day on call can have a resident delivering a healthy woman with no interventions, to caring for a pregnant woman on dialysis, to delivering twins.

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New Facility

New FacilityWheaton Franciscan Healthcare built a new Wheaton Franciscan All Saints Family Care Center (FCC) that opened to the public on Monday, July 2, 2012. The new FCC will continue to be the teaching site for the All Saints Family Medicine Residency Program, a partnership with The Medical College of Wisconsin’s Department of Family and Community Medicine. The former building at 2400 W. Villard in Milwaukee was determined to be a total loss after the area flooded on July 22, 2010. The new facility is located on the same campus where the hospital stood, but at a significantly higher site than the former location to prevent flooding issues in the future. The remaining campus will be turned into green space surrounding the new Wheaton Franciscan All Saints Family Care Center.

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