Slideshow: Learn about the UW Medical Foundation Centennial Building's LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification.
The University of Wisconsin Medical Foundation Centennial Building (MFCB) houses faculty offices, a data center and administrative areas for 10 University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health clinical departments previously located in UW Hospital and Clinics.
This seven-story building contains 135,000 square feet and includes an enclosed walkway from the second floor that connects to the hospital in the area of the former Emergency Department entrance.
A landscaped courtyard frames the existing historic 1853 Keystone House.
The building was designed and built to promote environmental stewardship and the health of employees. Features include:
A green roof to reduce heat output
Low toxicity interior finishes
Energy-efficient glass and glazing
Centrally controlled heating and chilled water
Abundant natural light
A Glimpse at How the MFCB is Being Used
First Floor: Data center, the radiology department's "Turski Education Center" and large lecture hall (75 fixed seats)
Second Floor: Department of Anesthesiology offices and enclosed walkway to hospital
Third Floor: Offices for Departments of Pathology, Surgery, Urology, Radiology and Medicine (Hospitalists)
Fourth Floor: Department of Medicine (Gastroenterology, Rheumatology, Endocrinology)
Fifth Floor: Department of Medicine (Pulmonary, Infectious Disease, Nephrology, Administration, Information Systems, Education)
Sixth Floor: Department of Orthopedics and Rehabilitation
Seventh Floor: Department of Neurology
ADDRESS, DIRECTIONS, HOURS
University of Wisconsin Medical Foundation Centennial Building 1685 Highland Ave. Madison, WI 53705
There are departmental reserved stalls, two disabled stalls and one 25-minute metered stall available at the front entrance of the MFCB.
Bicycle and Moped
Parking is available at the entrance of the MFCB, adjacent to the west entrance of American Family Children's Hospital, and outside the WIMR building. There are also several locations throughout the UWHC Patient/Visitor Ramp as well as Lot 79 and Lot 95.