Through partnerships across the state, the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health prepares new physicians to serve in diverse health care settings. Clinical education at four regional campuses and in dozens of statewide clerkship sites offer students experience in rural communities, midsize cities and urban centers.
Nestled in central Wisconsin, the School of Medicine and Public Health’s Marshfield Academic Campus combines the experience of small-town living with health care experience in a growing network of hospitals and clinics. Students train with members of Marshfield Health Systems’ 700-member multispecialty medical group, serving the Chippewa Valley region for more than 100 years. Marshfield is a partner in the Wisconsin Academy of Rural Medicine (WARM), preparing students for careers in small town and rural settings.