Emergency Medicine Fellowships

Finding the Right Fit

The BerbeeWalsh Department of Emergency Medicine educates, mentors, and develops future leaders in Emergency Medicine, whether individuals devote their efforts to advancing emergency prehospital care, research, public health, or public policy. We are collaborative across disciplines, specialties, health systems, and even countries, and we work toward our mission within a professional environment that supports and elevates the individual while aiming to build a sense of community and purpose. We do all this in a vibrant, picturesque city—voted the #1 best place to live in America this year—and located in one of the best states in which to practice medicine.

Explore what it means to be part of the emergency medicine community at UW through the videos linked below.

Living in Madison, Wis.

Madison is consistently ranked one of the best places to live in the country, on measures ranging from fitness to food and family life. Some have even called it the best city ever!

Located on an isthmus between the two largest of five sparkling lakes, the city boasts beautiful scenery and plentiful outdoor adventure year-round with 260 parks and beaches and 13 state parks within a one hour drive.

As the home of our state government and the flagship University of Wisconsin campus, it’s also a hub of education and the arts. A vibrant city with a population of just over 250,000, Madison is a mid-sized city that perfectly blends urban style with natural beauty and small-town ease.

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Get in Touch!

Our exceptional education team is available to answer your questions about fellowship opportunities at the University of Wisconsin.