The Columbia St. Mary's Family Medicine Residency is fully accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) and the American Osteopathic Association (AOA).
The new Columbia St. Mary's Hospital opened in October, 2010. St. Mary's Hospital was the first hospital in the State of Wisconsin.
Columbia St. Mary's hospital was the only Wisconsin hospital ranked in Solucient's 2006 Top 100 for "demonstrated superior clinical and operational performance." It was "Top 100" for performance improvement leadership.
Nationally recognized faculty members include:
Greg Brotzman, MD, innovator in colposcopy
John Seidl, MD, pioneer in non-scalpel vasectomy
Dennis Butler, PhD, expert in post-traumatic stress disorder and stress management
James Sanders, MD, international expert in treating victims of torture and recent recipient of a Presidential award from the U.S. Government for his work in the Republic of Georgia
Robert Lyon, MD, Medical Director, has showcased our practice management and QI processes to national audiences
Isaac Pierre, MD, Associate Director, an expert in regional and national lectures on teaching in medicine
Our affiliation with the Medical College of Wisconsin Department of Family and Community Medicine, known for advancing Family Medicine, affords you all the resources of a large tertiary academic medical center.
Four of our faculty members have been honored by Best Doctors, Inc. and are included in the 2007 Best Doctors® in America database. They are Greg Brotzman, MD; William Geiger, MD; Suzanne Gehl, MD; John Seidl, MD.
The new database includes more physicians from the Medical College than from any other group practice or institution in Wisconsin.
"I chose Columbia St. Mary's because of their outstanding reputation, diverse patient population, and flexible curriculum."