As part of the University of Wisconsin community, our orthopedic program is made up of world-renown providers, cutting-edge research, and comprehensive and competitive surgical training programs.
The University of Wisconsin Rehabilitation Medicine Program is committed to providing patients with state-of-the-art care in a personalized manner and is dedicated to providing an exceptional academic and clinical educational experience for residents, fellows, and students.
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The Department of Orthopedics and Rehabilitation at the University of Wisconsin provides care in a setting that unites experts from several specialties resulting in the best possible treatment plan.
Our residency and fellowship programs have a strong reputation for training well-rounded clinicians with the knowledge and skills needed to excel in his or her respective field.
Research is a strong component of our program. With over 9,000 square feet of research space, basic, clinical, and translational research is conducted to improve orthopedic and rehabilitative care around the world.
Our Vision and Mission
Our vision is to build excellence and distinction in clinical outcomes, translatable research, and graduate training programs that result in local, regional and national prominence.
Our mission is to provide excellent patient care across all aspects of orthopedics and rehabilitation, delivered in a patient-centered, timely, affordable and collegial manner utilizing innovative technology while promoting and advancing socially responsible medical education and research.
Joseph Mitchell, MD, a fellowship-trained orthopedic surgeon specializing in adult reconstruction of the hip and knee, joins the University of Wisconsin Schoool of Medicine and Public Health Department of Orthopedics and Rehabilitation.