AAFP Directory of Family Medicine Residency Programs

Madison Family Medicine Residency Program
Madison , WI 53715-1849

Note: This page reflects data from 2008 to 2009

Director's Name: Kathleen Anne Oriel, MD
Phone Number: (608)265-4668
Fax Number: (608)263-5813
Web Site: http://www.fammed.wisc.edu/residency
Email: applicant.madisonbaraboo@fammed.wisc.edu
Program Code: 471475001
Program Structure:3A

Residency Location: Inner City Suburban Urban Rural
Primary Hospital for Family Medicine Residency Admissions: St. Mary's Hospital
Total Beds: 319

Number of Family Medicine Centers:4
Number of Hospitals for Admitting: 2
Number of Hospitals for Required Rotations: 3

Other Residencies (not services) in the Hospitals used for Required Rotations:
Year of Initial Approval: 1970
Total Number of Graduates: 402

Offered Positions 2008- 2009:
Post-Graduate Year 1:14
Post-Graduate Year 2:14
Post-Graduate Year 3:14
Filled Positions 2008- 2009:
Post-Graduate Year 1:15
Post-Graduate Year 2:13
Post-Graduate Year 3:12
Resident Females 2008- 2009:
Post-Graduate Year 1:10
Post-Graduate Year 2: 8
Post-Graduate Year 3:10
Under-represented minorities 2008- 2009:
Post-Graduate Year 1: 1
Post-Graduate Year 2: 1
Post-Graduate Year 3: 0
Resident Salaries 2008- 2009:
Post-Graduate Year 1:$43,369
Post-Graduate Year 2:$45,274
Post-Graduate Year 3:$47,015
Weeks Paid Vacation 2008- 2009
Post-Graduate Year 1:3
Post-Graduate Year 2:4
Post-Graduate Year 3:4
Other Benefits:
Liability Insurance: Yes
Housing Allowance: No
Time Off for Conferences: Yes
Health Insurance: Yes
Meals: Yes
Funds for Conferences: Yes
Life Insurance: Yes
Laundry: No
Sick/Personal Time: Yes
Disability Insurance: Yes
Parking: Yes
Average Annual In-Hospital Night Call Frequency:
Post-Graduate Year 1: Every 6th day
Post-Graduate Year 2: Every 15-28 days
Post-Graduate Year 3: Every 15-28 days
Night Float Rotation or Coverage yes or no:
Post-Graduate Year 1: No
Post-Graduate Year 2: Yes
Post-Graduate Year 3: Yes
Average Annual Frequency of Other Trips to Hospital as Result of Night Calls Taken at Home:
Post-Graduate Year 1: Greater than every 28 days
Post-Graduate Year 2: Greater than every 28 days
Post-Graduate Year 3: Greater than every 28 days
Faculty to Residents Ratio During Patient Care Hours:
1 Faculty : 3 Residents
Full-Time Equivalent Staff and Faculty at the Residency Program:
FP-MD/DO : 26
Other-MD/DO : 0
Other Health Care Professional Faculty : 3
Physician Assistants or Nurse Practitioners : 7
Average No. of Half Days per Week Spent by FP Residents in the Primary FP Center:
Post-Graduate Year 1: 2
Post-Graduate Year 2: 4
Post-Graduate Year 3: 5
Residency Training Time in Required Rotations:
OB (in Hospital): Three months
General Surgery (in Hospital): Two months
Pediatrics (in Hospital): Four months
CCU/ICU: Three months
Computerized System for Each Resident's Experience Does Exist
Resident Research:Encouraged, but optional
Resident Organization in Hospital: Yes
Offered in Faculty Development, Sports Medicine, Research -- May Lead to Graduate Degree,Integrative Medicine and Public Health (pre-residency)
Not Offered
Part-time or Shared Residencies: Not Offered
On Site Child Care Services: Not offered
International Rotation: Available

Full-spectrum FM education with excellent clinical curriculum, talented faculty, diverse patient populations & a range of focused opportunities (Sports & Integrative Medicine, Geriatrics, & Global Health). Strong OB & Critical Care. Four clinic sites offer urban, rural and suburban experiences. Resident mentoring, support, and life balance are strong program values. Residents are selected for academic achievement, commitment, & team orientation.