Columbia St. Mary's offers a wide range of academic programs enabling students to meet the challenges of health care today and into the future.
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Columbia College of Nursing (CCON) has a long history in nursing education, dating back to 1901. The College has been affiliated with Columbia Hospital since 1909 and serves a vital role in the education of competent nurses. CCON offers both Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) and Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) degrees. Undergraduate students transfer general education courses from other accredited colleges and universities, and they complete their BSN degree at CCON. Graduate students take courses in 8- or 16-week blocks and complete their program of study in less than 17 months.
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Medicine is visionary. Your residency training should be, too! Affiliated with the Medical College of WI, we at the Columbia St. Mary's Family Medicine Residency program are excited about the future of family medicine. As we have envisioned the future of family medicine, we have completely restructured our educational program to prepare you best for your future practice. Today, family physicians' practices are more diverse and more ambulatory-based than ever before. Our response? We developed innovative curricular tracks (Maternity, International Global Health and International and Community Medicine), which provide you with the focus and flexibility to tailor your educational experience to your future practice preferences. We augmented our solid roots in strong inpatient rotations with a new ambulatory curriculum. Our new state-of-the-art Family Health Center, complete with an electronic medical record and unique daily office hour schedule for all residents, will better simulate your future practice. Here you will establish habits of life-long learning in order to become an advocate for your patients, a leader in your community, and excited about the future.
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Columbia St. Mary's Hospital Milwaukee, in affiliation with the Medical College of Wisconsin, has a very busy Resident Obstetrics Service. Patients are seen in the Resident OB Clinic with management of prenatal care, labor, delivery and postpartum care by the resident teaching service. Volume in this clinic has steadily increased over the past several years and is considered a valuable experience by the resident physicians. There is an outpatient resident gynecology clinic as well, which is a an additional source of outpatient as well as surgical patients for the residents while on this rotation.
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Columbia St. Mary's Podiatric Residency Program is a 36-month podiatric medical and surgical residency program providing excellence in training in the field of foot and ankle pathology. The mission of our program is to provide a sound foundation of academic, clinical, and surgical education and training. The program has been developed with an emphasis on an interactive multidisciplinary approach to lower extremity disorders.
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Columbia St. Mary’s Hospital Milwaukee (CSM) is a major training site for the Psychiatry Residency Program of the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine at the Medical College of Wisconsin (MCW). Residents spend half their outpatient training year at the Center for Psychotherapies where they provide quality, low cost psychotherapy services to adults in the community. Residents deliver a variety of psychotherapy modalities, including long term and brief psychodynamic psychotherapy and, where indicated, psychotherapy combined with medications, MCW faculty and clinical faculty provide supervision. Senior residents continue to follow some patients until completion of training. Third year residents also rotate on CSM’s Inpatient Psychiatric Unit.
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