University of Wisconsin
School of Medicine and Public Health

Training Facilities of the Internal Medicine Residency

Three Unique Clinical Sites

University Hospital

University Hospital—part of UW Hospitals and consistently ranked the #1 hospital in Wisconsin—is a regional referral center that's home to a Level One adult and pediatric trauma center, one of the nation's largest organ transplant programs and the National Cancer Institute-designated UW Carbone Cancer Center.

University Hospital is the flagship hospital at UW Health, a nationally recognized health system that's one of the most progressive and prominent medical centers in the country.

Exterior photo of UW Health University Hospital

William S. Middleton Memorial Veterans Hospital

Physically connected to University Hospital is the William S. Middleton Memorial Veterans Hospital, one of the top-ranked VA hospitals in the nation. Our VA hospital has some of the best health care outcomes in the national VA system, consistently ranking in the top 10 percent for subspecialty care access and quality performance measures.

Exterior photo of William S. Middleton Memorial Veterans Hospital

UnityPoint Health–Meriter Hospital

UnityPoint Health–Meriter is a highly rated community hospital located one mile from UW Hospital and Clinics. It has received national and regional awards from several organizations for achieving high-quality patient care outcomes. 

Resident parking is available adjacent to the UW and VA hospitals at a reduced price. Parking at UnityPoint Health–Meriter is free for residents.

External photo of UnityPoint Health-Meriter Hospital

Institutional Resources

Clinical Simulation Program

The state-of-the-art UW Health Clinical Simulation Program provides robust and realistic learning opportunities to prepare you for actual patient care situations.

Check out a virtual tour of the facility.

Residents in the UW Clinical Simulation Program


Excellent library services are available at the physically attached Health Sciences Learning Center's Ebling Library

Residents also have their own library located near the wards. Our department also houses learning materials, including over 3,500 Board preparation questions, a three-year ambulatory core curriculum, video lectures and reading materials.

Exterior photo of Health Sciences Learning Center and Ebling Library