Ambulatory & Administrative Medicine Anesthesiology Fellowship

Welcome to the Ambulatory & Administrative Medicine Anesthesiology Fellowship at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health.

 

The ambulatory anesthesia section of the UW Department of Anesthesiology provides anesthetics for more than 9,000 adult and pediatric operative and procedural cases annually. Cases cover the gamut of subspecialties including orthopedics, podiatry, otolaryngology, ophthalmology, interventional radiology, general surgery, plastic and aesthetic surgery, dental and maxillofacial surgery, urology, dermatology, and others. Many of these anesthetics are provided at the UW Hospital Outpatient Surgery Center, separate from the inpatient operating rooms. The fellow will also have the opportunity to provide clinical care at a freestanding Outpatient center and one or more office procedure sites.

 

The University of Wisconsin Department of Anesthesiology offers a flexible educational experience in both the clinical and administrative aspects of Ambulatory Anesthesia. One and two year positions are available.

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Fellowship Benefits

The 2019-2020 stipend is PGY5 $70,445

Fellows will be provided with a $2500 academic fund which can be used for the purchase of education materials, attendance at meetings, and/or to reimburse the cost of board registration. The department will also be providing fellows with the Smith’s textbook of pediatric anesthesia.

 

Our Graduate Medical Education (GME) office also provides a wellness stipend and generous institutional parental leave policy.

 

The Department of Anesthesiology also provides financial support to present at national meetings.

 

Madison, the capital of Wisconsin, offers a quality of life that is second to none. In the past few years Madison has been recognized as one of the top ten healthiest, most bike friendly, most secured cities, as well as one of the top ten places to buy a home and raise a family. Madison is also home to Epic and other technology start-ups, providing a vibrant scene for young professionals.

Fellowship Faculty

Jeffrey Lee,  MD

Associate Professor (CHS)
Program Director, Ambulatory & Administrative Medicine Anesthesiology Fellowship
 Division Chief: Ambulatory Anesthesiology

Mark Hoenecke,  MD

Clinical Assistant Professor
 

Jill Patzner,  MD

Clinical Associate Professor
 Medical Director, Madison Surgery Center

John Penner,  MD

Clinical Assistant Professor
 Associate Medical Director and Director of Anesthesiology, Madison Surgery Center

Meghan Warren,  DO

Clinical Assistant Professor
 Associate Medical Director at TSC

 

 

Jeffrey W. Lee

Jeffrey W. Lee, MD

Fellowship Director

jwlee27@wisc.edu

 

 

Brandon Russell

Fellowship Coordinator

russell2@wisc.edu