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 About Our Program

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​​​​​​​Program Aims:


The primary aim of the Marshfield Clinic Health System (MCHS) Internal Medicine Residency Program is to advance the knowledge base and skill level of our residents in all aspects of patient care. We reinforce curiosity and advocate for critical thinking among our residents. We also believe that any resident physician will be in a better position to advocate for his or her patient when that resident possesses an advanced and positive sense of well-being. Having entered this third decade of the 21st century, we recognize that our residents must become proficient in best practice, with patient safety always at the forefront of healthcare delivery. Additionally, we acknowledge that system quality improvement has become the responsibility of all members of the healthcare team, and we recognize the necessity of a leadership role for physicians, including resident learners. We foster these opportunities early on in each resident’s training. As physicians, we have learned that the best outcomes for our patients occur when a highly functioning, mutually respectful team is utilized to its fullest extent. Within the Internal Medicine Residency of the Marshfield Clinic Health System, there is evidence of multidisciplinary team integration within didactic instruction, small group interactions, and feedback processes. We encourage this practice from the onset in order to set the precedent of importance. Moving forward, we also look back and identify that it was a desire for affective altruism that led many of us to a career within internal medicine. Whether an individual resident decides to pursue primary care or hospital medicine or subspecialty training after residency, the MCHS Internal Medicine Residency Program will not only provide an experience leading to proficiency in all areas of individual competency but an experience that is also mutually satisfying for our resident physicians and the patients they serve.​


We invite you to explore our site and learn more about training opportunities in Internal Medicine:

​Meet our faculty

​View profiles of the individuals who make our program extraordinary.

Meet our residents

Learn about our current residents and their medical education backgrounds.

Resident resource guide

​Find tour and travel information, links to area schools and access to our full resident guide.

Day of Interview​

​After the COVID-19 pandemic, the program is exc​lusively conducting virtual interviews for residency recruitment. We do not offer onsite visits to our facility.

Navigating the campus

A virtual  tour program and facility are shared with the interview candidates. The Marshfield Clinic campus consists of six inter-connected buildings including the main clinic building and our hospital, the Marshfield Medical Center. For more information about the campus layout, please visit the following links:

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Campus Map >​

Parking and Entran​ce Map ​>

We are participating in ERAS Program Signaling. A program signal may be used by the applicant to express interest in the residency program at the time of application. If you are interested in our program, we welcome you to use Program Signaling to indicate your interest.

Contact us​

Access our phone number, address and program coordinator email.

Thank you for your interest in Marshfield Clinic Health System Internal Medicine Residency program.

Ateeq Rehman

Program Director​

Ateeq Rehman, M.D., FACP
Internal Medicine Residency Program
Marshfield Medical Center
Phone: 1-800-541-2895 or 715-387-5260​


Nicky Kumm
Program Coordinator

Victoria Rodriguez
Internal Medicine Residency Program
Phone: 1-800-541-2895 or 715-387-5260
Fax: 715-387-5434