The Department of Emergency Medicine at the Medical College of Wisconsin seeks board eligible/board certified ED Physicians at our primary adult affiliate, Froedtert Hospital- the only Level 1 Trauma Center in eastern Wisconsin.
Join a team of nationally and internationally recognized clinical researchers ranked as one of the top 20 NIH funded Emergency Medicine Departments.
Our department is engaged in several federally funded multi-center studies.
Become a part of a nationally and internationally recognized team of experts in Emergency Medical Services, recognized as a national model for medical oversight of an EMS system by the Institutes of Medicine report on Emergency Medicine.
Started in 1978, our department has hosted one of the original Emergency Medicine Residencies in the nation, while remaining progressive and innovative.
Flexibility to split your time with our VA affiliate or our Free Standing ED, in addition to working at our primary affiliate, Froedtert Hospital.
The Emergency Department team brings nationally recognized expertise in a wide range of academic areas including EMS and Disaster Medicine, Toxicology, Injury Prevention and Control, Cardiac Resuscitation, Global Health, Ultrasound, Medical Education and ED Process Improvement.
Successful candidates should bring strong clinical abilities, well-refined interpersonal skills, enthusiasm, and commitment to MCW’s academic missions.
Board Certified or Board Eligible in Emergency Medicine
Eligible for medical licensure in Wisconsin
Teaching, patient care and research as well as some administrative duties
About MCW: MCW is a major academic medical center; the largest research institution in the Milwaukee metro area and second largest in Wisconsin. MCW is a distinguished leader and innovator in the education and development of the next generation of physicians, scientists, pharmacists and health professionals; we discover and translate new knowledge in the biomedical and health sciences; we provide cutting-edge, collaborative, patient care of the highest quality; and we improve the health of the communities we serve.
About Milwaukee: Located along the Lake Michigan shoreline, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, is one of America’s great cities, combining a dynamic urban community with a rich cultural heritage with access to parks, rivers, and other outdoor recreation. Milwaukee is the largest city in Wisconsin and the 23rd largest city in the United States. It is home to corporate headquarters for industry leaders including Northwestern Mutual, Johnson Controls, Manpower, Harley Davidson, and others. Milwaukee is a popular venue for sailing, windsurfing, kite-surfing, ethnic dining, and cultural festivals; the city is recognized for its museums, fine dining and hotels, professional sports, gardens and parks, and Milwaukee County Zoological Gardens. The population of the City of Milwaukee is approximately 600,000 and approximately 1.8 million people live in the greater Milwaukee area.
The Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW), established in 1893, is a private, national, freestanding institution and has operated as such since 1967. MCW has more than 14,000 alumni and more than 1,270 students currently enrolled in educational programs, including 820 medical students and more than 450 graduate students, and is the 11th larges medical school in the United States. MCW faculty supervis...e approximately 650 physicians in residency Training and 240 in fellowship training through the Medical College of Wisconsin Affiliated Hospitals. Approximately 200 scientists are engaged in postdoctoral research fellowship training through the office of Postdoctoral Education. MCW provides continuing medical education to more than 40,000 health professional registrants per year. Approximately 1,500 physicians, 500 nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and other health care practitioners care for more than 525,000 patients of all ages annually at Froedtert Hospital, Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, Zablocki VA Medical Center and many other hospitals and clinics in Eastern and Central Wisconsin.