Rural Track Program – Baraboo, WI
Located just 45 minutes north of Madison, the Baraboo RTT Family Medicine Residency Program trains residents in a rural setting, providing them with a lifestyle that truly mimics private practice in a rural community. The program offers a flexible “hybrid longitudinal curriculum” in an apprenticeship model allowing residents to gain full-spectrum family medicine experience by participating in: hospital rounds, clinic, urgent care/ER call, hospital admissions, and obstetrics. In this setting, residents are involved in much of the hands-on continuity patient care.
- Unopposed training in a rural setting with a culturally diverse patient population
- Offers a flexible curriculum including strong continuity maternity care and procedure training
- Access to additional elective training opportunities through the Madison program
Rural setting in the Baraboo bluffs; Devil’s Lake, Circus World Museum, and WI Dells offer lots of indoor and outdoor activities. Thriving downtown features shopping, farmer’s market, craft fairs, theater, and concerts.
Watch this video to see what’s happening in the Baraboo RTT Family Medicine Residency Program and community.
Learn more about rural healthcare from the Wisconsin Collaborative for Rural GME (WCRGME)