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A 300-bed tertiary care facility, Columbia St. Mary’s Hospital is located on Milwaukee’s east side overlooking Lake Michigan. Approximately 3,000 deliveries occur at Columbia St. Mary’s Hospital annually. Ultrasonography, prenatal genetic diagnosis and other obstetrical procedures are performed at Columbia St. Mary’s.
Columbia St. Mary’s Hospital has a very busy Resident Obstetrics Service. Patients are seen in the Resident OB Clinic with management of prenatal care, labor, delivery and postpartum care by the resident teaching service. Clinical volume is considered a valuable experience by the resident physicians. While on service at this hospital, there is an outpatient resident gynecology clinic as well, which is a an additional source of outpatient as well as surgical patients for the residents while on this rotation.
In addition to obstetrics and gynecology, there are subspecialty rotations at Columbia St. Mary’s that include experience in gynecologic oncology and urogynecology. Additionally, there is a Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility rotation where residents perform and/or assist with procedures such as operative laparoscopy and endoscopic laser surgery and hysteroscopy.