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Family Medicine Jobs in Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Family Medicine jobs in Milwaukee usually list as a requirement Family Medicine board certification (or eligibility) and an up-to-date Wisconsin state physician license. Doing a Family Medicine residency or fellowship in Wisconsin is often helpful because it means the physician is cognizant of WI licensure requirements.

Family Medicine salaries for the north region of the U.S., including Milwaukee, WI, average around $192,475. In contrast the country's average Family Medicine salary is $197,655, meaning Family Medicine jobs in Milwaukee pay around 97.4% of the national average.

Given the unique insurance and statutes of Wisconsin, care should be taken to address concerns like malpractice tail insurance.

Equally important, the effect of the healthcare reform bill on patient loads for Family Medicine practices is unknown.

Major well-rated Family Medicine employers in Milwaukee, WI include:

WHEATON FRANCISCAN HEALTHCARE- ST FRANCIS
3237 S 16TH ST
MILWAUKEE , WI 53215
4146475000
AURORA HEALTH CARE METRO, INC
2900 W OKLAHOMA AVE
MILWAUKEE , WI 53215
4146496000
FROEDTERT MEM LUTHERAN HSPTL
9200 W WISCONSIN AVE
MILWAUKEE , WI 53226
4148053000

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