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Featured Team

Featured Team

Trauma

Orthopaedic Residents are part of the Interdisciplinary Trauma Team at Froedtert Hospital, the only Level 1 Trauma Center in the state of Wisconsin.
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Global Health

Global Health

Nicaragua

Two residents per year accompany the Pediatric Orthopaedics faculty to Nicaragua.
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Featured Team

Featured Team

Sports Medicine

Orthopaedic Residents participate as part of the Sports Medicine Team caring for athletes from throughout Wisconsin and the United States.

Research

Research

Goal

The goal of the orthopaedic residency program is to educate residents on the process of research and its importance to the advancement of the science and orthopaedic practice.
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Upcoming

Apr

23

AAOS Board Preparation & Review Coarse, Chicago Illnois

May

13

Residency Program Retreat

May

20

Bessie Casey Hand Anatomy Lectureship

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What makes MCW stand out

“I chose MCW because of the great sense of camaraderie between residents, collegial atmosphere in the hospital”
Jonathan Campbell, Class 2016

More about MCW

Did you know...

196 Intramedullary Rod procedures were performed by residents in 2012.

In the News

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Match Day 2015
March 23, 2015

MCW Department of Orthopaedic Surgery is proud to announce the results of the 2015 Orthopaedic Surgery Match. Congratulations and welcome to our new interns! Julie Amene, MD Michigan State University; Kenoma Anighoro, MD Dartmouth; Jake Bauwens, MD Rush University; Carla Bridges, MD Morehouse; and John DeVries, MD Wayne State University Read More

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Lori Hollingsworth-Burds Receives Medical Student Teaching Award
December 12, 2014

At the recommendation of Edmund Duthie, MD, Medical Student Education Director, the Curriculum and Evaluation Committee at the Medical College of Wisconsin named Physician Assistant Lori Hollingsworth-Burds as one of MCW’s OUTSTANDING MEDICAL TEACHERS FOR 2013-2014. Lori is committed to advancing medical students’ learning and certainly deserves a Congratulations on this honorable achievement! 

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Dr. Alex Riordan Wins Second Place for Best Resident Paper
October 18, 2014

Dr. Alex Riordan, PGY3 was awarded second place for Best Resident Paper at the Wisconsin Orthopaedic Society Meeting October 10th.