The University of Wisconsin Pediatrics Residency Program prepares pediatrician leaders who provide exceptional care to patients and families, who advocate for the health of children, and who engage in lifelong learning and service. Whether your goal is to practice general or subspecialty pediatrics in academic, public health, or private practice settings, we’ll provide you with outstanding training to prepare you for a successful career.
Prepare highly skilled pediatricians who are driven, critical thinkers, and leaders and who successfully work to improve the care of children.
Foster a commitment to advocacy for the advancement of child health priorities at the local, national, and/or international level.
Engage residents in program improvement and in shaping their residency experience.
Provide progressive autonomy and a positive learning environment that supports collaboration across levels of training and among specialties.
Our medium-sized class of 15 residents allows for development of long-lasting relationships and camaraderie. Flattened hierarchy and our faculty’s commitment to education affords development of faculty-resident relationships with national leaders in education and research.
Our program is fully accredited by the ACGME, with program directors who are national educational leaders.
We have a nationally recognized Complex Care Program that provides longitudinal comprehensive care to patients with medical complexities. Residents care for these patients in the inpatient and outpatient settings.
Diversity is central to the mission of the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health in meeting the health needs of the people of Wisconsin and beyond through excellence in education, research, patient care and service. Learn more about our commitment to diversity.
Our program is dedicated to advocacy for children outside of the hospital and we have numerous opportunities for resident involvement. Experiences range from working with local NGOs, to partnering with Madison schools, to petitioning for legislation at the state capitol.
Being affiliated with an undergraduate facility, medical school, and school of public health, there is a plethora of grant-funded research with multiple opportunities for resident participation. Many residents present research at national conferences, and all residents present scholarly projects during our annual Research Week.
We have a well-established global health track affiliated with the University of Wisconsin Global Health Institute and multiple institutions around the world! We pride ourselves on our comprehensive, multidisciplinary education to prepare residents to incorporate global health into their careers.
Madison is a beautifully vibrant city with the undergraduate campus of the University of Wisconsin, multiple large lakes, bike trails throughout, and enough restaurants to place us in the top five cities for most restaurants per capita in United States!