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The Family Medicine Clinic is where residents learn to be family physicians. Our residents learn effective models of outpatient care, disease prevention, health promotion, and practice management skills throughout their three years of training. Aurora's Care Management Initiatives give each resident constant feedback on practice-based improvement and the use of clinical protocols to optimize chronic disease management and prevention for their patients.

Our Family Medicine Resident Clinics are optimally geared for effective care delivery and learning. Each site includes numerous exam rooms including procedure rooms (minor surgery, colposcopy, and osteopathic manipulation treatment). Residents benefit from on-site PharmD faculty and residents, laboratory, and digital radiology viewing facilities. Each site features "in-house specialty clinics" in the areas of obstetrics and gynecology, procedures, OMT, and sports medicine. In these clinics, our residents work one-on-one with faculty who have special expertise in these areas to enhance residents' knowledge and procedural skills.

We use a fully integrated electronic medical record throughout all Aurora facilities. Each clinic is designed around large staffing rooms where residents have access to faculty staffers, extensive clinic libraries, and on-line access to the Aurora Libraries Intranet Site (ALIS). A unique feature of our Family Medicine clinic experience is that each clinic has exam rooms with video monitoring for innovative video-precepting in real time. These features provide the resident an optimal training environment in Family Medicine for the 21st century.

In 2010, both of our Family Medicine centers were the first resident clinics in the state to become NCQA Certified Level 3 Patient Centered Medical Homes. This model of care delivers the safest, highest quality, most cost-effective care while paying close attention to the personal needs of each patient. Residents training in this environment learn a systems-based approach to patient-centered care.

Finally, we care deeply about the wellness of each of our residents and staff. Residents have access to the exercise facilities within each hospital after hours and on weekends.  Our resident led wellness series includes community activities such as health talks at local schools, planting gardens at the Urban Ecology Center, and group Art Therapy projects.  This helps each resident develop their own sense of belonging and purpose.  The professional development series supports residents and provides skills development in the areas of mindfulness, emotional intelligence, resilience, and leadership to assist in the transition to residency and successful life in medicine.

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Aurora St. Luke's Family Practice Center

2801 W. Kinnickinnic River Pkwy, Suite 250
Milwaukee, WI 53215

Residents per year: 6

Phone: 414-649-6732
Fax: 414-649-5840


The Aurora St. Luke's Family Practice Center was established as the Residency's home in 1991 as a model for other regional residency training sites. Located on the Aurora St. Luke's Medical Center Campus, it serves the diverse blue-collar neighborhoods and suburbs of Milwaukee's south side. The clinic's faculty and staff are dedicated to providing high quality patient-centered care and personalized training for each resident. This site offers numerous amenities including our redesigned resident clinic lounge. Residents and faculty have skywalk access to Aurora St. Luke's Medical Center for hospital rounds in our Family Medicine residency lounge.

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Aurora Sinai Family Care Center

1020 N. 12th Street, OHC 2nd Floor
Milwaukee, WI 53233

Residents per year: 4

Phone: 414-219-5219
Fax: 414-219-5960


Established as a residency training site in 1995, the Aurora Sinai Family Care Center offers optimal clinical education with a metropolitan community clinic feel. Located on the Aurora Sinai Medical Center campus just north of Marquette University, the clinic population reflects Milwaukee's diverse socioeconomic environment. The clinic's residents, faculty and staff have a close connection to each other and the patients they serve. A key feature of this site is the redesigned resident office and staffing area. Residents and faculty also enjoy immediate access to Aurora Sinai's Labor and Delivery suites and NICU just across the skywalk.

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Aurora Wiselives Center for Well-Being

8320 W. Bluemound Rd, Suite 125
Wauwatosa, WI 53213

Phone: 414-302-3800


Aurora Wiselives Center for Well-Being was created as our flagship Primary Care Integrative Medicine clinic. Located in Wauwatosa, a suburb on Milwaukee's west side, the clinic offers access to massage therapy, acupuncture, chiropractic care, and Integrative Primary Care. The clinic is staffed by our faculty who are family medicine and fellowship-trained integrative medicine physicians and advanced practice providers. The focus of the clinic is to address the physical, emotional, and spiritual aspects of care to help patients attain balance and well-being. This innovative, interdisciplinary clinic is home to our longitudinal Integrative Medicine longitudinal track.

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Aurora Midtown Health Center

5818 W. Capitol Drive
Milwaukee, WI 53216

Phone: 414-449-2114


Aurora Midtown Health Center was designed with the patient centered medical home in mind. It is located on Milwaukee's northwest side and serves a predominantly African-American, working-class neighborhood. Staffed by Family Medicine faculty with an excellent clinic staff, on-site services such as radiology, mammography, lab services, and in house consultants, it is an excellent site for patients who need highly coordinated chronic disease management. It is also home to innovative interdisciplinary diabetes support groups that put patients at the center of their care.


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Aurora Walker's Point Community Clinic

130 W. Bruce Street, Suite 200
Milwaukee, WI 53204

Phone: 414-384-1400


Located in the historic Walker's Point neighborhood, Aurora Walker's Point Community Clinic serves a predominantly Spanish-speaking patient population on Milwaukee's near south side. The clinic started as a residency service learning project and has grown into a key site for interdisciplinary education and clinical care. Along with its partners, the Healing Center and Core El Centro, the clinic recently relocated into the Clock Shadow Building which ranked on the Top 10 Green Building list of the American Institute of Architects in 2013. The building houses a mix of non-profit organizations providing healthcare services for the neighborhood's under-served population, as well as an artisan cheese factory. Residents in the Lead for Health longitudinal track can choose to care for a continuity panel of patients at the site.

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