Diagnostic Radiology Residency
Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare's Diagnostic Radiology categorical programs, including Transitional Year, offer a competitive, comprehensive four-year curriculum featuring rotations in nuclear medicine, interventional radiology, women's imaging, pediatrics, and more.
Why Choose Wheaton's Diagnostic Radiology Program?
Sponsored by the Medical College of Wisconsin and Affiliated Hospitals, the Diagnostic Radiology residency program at Wheaton provides you the opportunity to participate in and experience a varied curriculum, leadership roles and teaching. You’ll also benefit from:
- Treating diverse patient populations
- Rotating throughout urban and suburban hospitals, including the Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin and St. Joseph Campus
- Attending the American Institute of Radiologic Pathology
- Merging experiences and skills in our transitional year program
For additional benefits information, please visit the Medical College of Wisconsin website.
As of 2018, Ascension/Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare will offer residents the opportunity to apply to our ACGME approved Early Specialization in Interventional Radiology (ESIR) track at the end of their PGY-2 year.
Since 2008, more than 27 graduates have gone on to fellowships at nationally-recognized institutions such as Rush University, Duke University, and Baylor-MD Anderson. Learn more about our alumni success.
Department of Radiology by the Numbers
The Department of Radiology annually performs approximately:
- 31,000 Mammograms
- 28,000 CT Scans
- 8,000 MRI Scans
- 4,700 Nuclear Medicine Scans
- 87,000 Ultrasounds
- 95,000 Diagnostic and Interventional Procedures
- 58,000 Emergency Department Case
Faculty & Accreditation
Fully accredited and approved by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME), the Diagnostic Radiology residency program consists of more than 20 board-certified and subspecialty fellowship-trained faculty.