University of Wisconsin Medical Foundation
University of Wisconsin Medical Foundation is the clinical practice organization for the faculty physicians of the UW School of Medicine and Public Health
, one of the largest academic, multi-specialty physician groups in Wisconsin.
A multifaceted organization, UW Medical Foundation provides clinical sites, technical and professional staff and administrative services to UW faculty physicians. The organization is dedicated to helping those physicians meet the UW School of Medicine and Public Health's missions of quality patient care, medical education and research.
In 1998, UW Medical Foundation merged with Physicians Plus Medical Group and in 2003, with University Community Clinics. Patients benefit from a nationally recognized physician group providing the latest in medical technology and knowledge in virtually every medical specialty, including primary care.
UW Medical Foundation Leadership
UW Health physicians are at the forefront of sophisticated patient care in such areas as cancer, digestive disorders, ear, nose and throat, geriatrics, gynecology, kidney disease, orthopedics, respiratory diseases and urology.
The UW Medical Foundation, with more than 1,300 UW School of Medicine and Public Health faculty physicians, is:
- One of the largest multi-specialty medical groups in Wisconsin and the nation
- The clinical faculty and group practice plan of the UW School of Medicine and Public Health
- The medical staff of UW Hospital and Clinics
- The medical staff of approximately 50 UW Health clinical practice locations and 65 clinical outreach locations throughout Wisconsin
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