Medical College of Wisconsin
The Medical College of Wisconsin is a private medical school and graduate school of sciences headquartered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Formerly affiliated with Marquette University, it has operated as an independent institution since 1967. It has two additional campuses, one in Green Bay and one in Wausau.
Approximately 1,400 students are enrolled in degree-granting educational programs at MCW. This includes 972 medical students, 327 graduate students, 95 pharmacy students, and 41 Master of Science in Anesthesia students. MCW faculty supervise more than 700 physicians in residency training and 200 physicians in fellowship training through the Medical College of Wisconsin Affiliated Hospitals, Inc. (CONTINUED IN SCHEDULE O)
MCW is a major national research center and the second largest research institution in Wisconsin. In fiscal year 2018, MCW invested $253.0 million in research, teaching, training and related purposes which will lead to improved patient care and health outcomes. This total includes $93.5 million from the National Institutes of Health (NIH). MCW ranks in the top third of U.S. medical schools in NIH research support. (CONTINUED IN SCHEDULE O)
Approximately 1,600 MCW physicians and more than 650 nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and other health care practitioners provide adult patient care as the Medical College Physicians and pediatric patient care through Children's Specialty Group, a joint venture with Children's Hospital and Health System. The MCW physician practice includes doctors in every specialty and subspecialty of medicine. (CONTINUED IN SCHEDULE O)