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UW Hospitals and Clinics (UWHC) serves as the sponsoring institution for our ACGME accredited training programs. UWHC has been long recognized as a national leader in many specialized fields of medicine, including cancer treatment, pediatrics, ophthalmology, surgical specialties and organ transplantation. The hospital is frequently cited in publications rating the nation’s best medical facilities. Learn more about UW Hospitals and Clinics
The Graduate Medical Education (GME) programs at UW Health give you the opportunity to expand your professional skills under the guidance and mentorship of nationally respected doctors, health professionals and researchers. Our residencies and fellowships include more than 75 ACGME-accredited specialty and subspecialty programs designed to improve care and train the physicians our community and our country need. Learn more about what we can offer you: UW Health Graduate Medical Education
Living in Madison
Madison is consistently rated one of the best places in the country to live and play. A vibrant, picturesque city with a population just over 250,000, Madison is the state capital and the home of the University of Wisconsin. While boasting many big city amenities, Madison is an easy city in which to live. Commutes are short, the cost of living reasonable, and the crime rate low. It’s a great place to work, have fun, find friends who share your interests, and raise a family. Madison has an affordable cost of living, a stable economy, and plentiful employment opportunities. There are opportunities in education, government, industry, finance, health care, and biotechnology. Major employers are the State of Wisconsin and the University, but Madison is also home to American Family Insurance, CUNA Mutual Group, Epic and many high-tech companies. This diversity makes Madison much more than a college town.
University of Wisconsin–Madison
Since its founding in 1848, the University of Wisconsin-Madison has been a catalyst for the extraordinary. As a public land-grant university and prolific research institution, our students, staff, and faculty members partake in a world-class education and solve real-world problems. We’ve changed the way the nation takes its vitamins and brought flamingos to Bascom Hill. We’ve inspired satirists and senators alike. We’ve fearlessly sifted and winnowed to find today’s truths. And with the Wisconsin Idea as our guiding principle, we’re not only changing the 936 acres we call home—Badgers are also creating a better future for Wisconsin, the nation, and the world. Read more about UW-Madison.