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Ryan Stever await their white coats at a ceremony Monday. Carl Chan, Medical College of Wisconsin's vice chair for professional development and educational outreach, marked the start of a new psychiatry residency program during a ceremony at North Central Health Care on Monday in Wausau. Michael Loy, interim CEO of North Central Health Care, welcomes psychiatry residents and Medical College of Wisconsin officials to mark the start of a new central Wisconsin residency program on Monday. She is one of three psychiatry residents in a new Medical College of Wisconsin program. Ryan Stever addresses community members at North Central Health Care in Wausau Monday after accepting his white coat.
Albina Zimany listen during a ceremony Monday at North Central Health Care in Wausau that marked the start of a new Medical College of Wisconsin psychiatry residency program. She is one of three psychiatry residents in a new Medical College of Wisconsin program. Amy Butterworth addresses community members at North Central Health Care in Wausau Monday after accepting her white coat.
These changes will be the perfect way to enter a new decade for our organization and our community," adds Heitzinger. Komen SCWI have a 20 year partnership dating back to the first Race for the Cure in 1998 where American Family Insurance began participating as a corporate sponsor, and forming their first American Family corporate race team.
By Amy Bayer Staff Writer The east central region of Wisconsin comprised of only six counties, but the historical and artistic significance found in this small area is evident when reviewing the man-made wonders that call this region home.
Three psychiatry residents have completed their degrees and will live and work for four years in central Wisconsin to complete their practical training. Ryan Stever, already bought a house here with his wife, who's a nurse.
There's a 60 to 70 percent chance any resident will continue to live in the community where they trained, said Dr.
The venue change from the Town of Madison's Alliant Energy Center to Agora Center in Fitchburg will be an easy transition to a location that already accommodates other events and races.
The change requires less financial responsibility for the organization, and therefore will help more people in the area who need the affiliate's support and services. Komen SCWI has dedicated two decades of supporting individuals and families facing a breast cancer diagnosis in South Central Wisconsin.