Why choose the UW Pediatric Hospital Medicine Fellowship?
While all pediatric hospital medicine fellows must gain certain skills and knowledge during fellowship, they frequently have individual career goals. Our medium-sized program affords ample time to work closely with you to design individualized activities, including a variety of opportunities that meet your specific needs.
Fellow-driven Research Projects
We strive to provide a successful foundation for the rest of your career. Therefore, we believe gaining experience and skills in research is best achieved by embarking on an idea that you are passionate about. Fellows can pursue scholarship in areas such as medical education, global health, advocacy, quality improvement, translational and health services research, and systems innovations within the division, the Department of Pediatrics, or anywhere throughout the expansive University campus.
International recognized teaching hospital with consistently high quality care
University Hospital recently became one of only 25 U.S. hospitals named to Newsweek’s “Top 100 Global” list and also ranked an impressive 14th among 250 U.S. hospitals, as well as one of the top 20 most highly ranked hospitals in the nation according to U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Hospitals” rankings. The American Family Children’s Hospital was recently named a top children’s hospital in four medical and surgical specialties. This recognition places AFCH among the elite children’s hospitals in the nation. In addition, UW Hospital recently received a 3 star rating by the Society of Thoracic Surgeons. Only 8% of 110 programs in the country have received this prestigious rating. UW Hospital is also recognized for being one of 12 centers in the country that is verified as an American College of Surgeons Adult and Pediatric Level 1 trauma center that also includes an American Burn Association verified Burn Center in one location.
Both American Family Children’s Hospital and UW are regional referral centers that draw a diverse population of patients from five states.
Madison, Wisconsin, consistently rated one of the best places in the country to live and play, home of the University of Wisconsin, the timeless Memorial Union Terrace, and the vibrant Madison Farmer’s Market, is also the place UW pediatric hospitalists are lucky to call home. The University offers boundless options for research collaboration and educational opportunities, including its Institute for Clinical and Translational Research (ICTR). Madison also offers many advocacy, cultural, dining and outdoor activities. Visit the Living in Madison page for more or ideas on what to do and see in Madison.