Wisconsin Podiatric
Surgical Residency

Our Mission

The mission of the Ascension Wisconsin Podiatric Medicine and Surgery Residency is to train residents in the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of foot and ankle disorders by medical, physical and surgical means.

Residency Benefits

The stipend levels for the academic year beginning on July 1, 2024 are: 

PGI - $68,493

PGII - $70,134

PGIII - $73,112

Additional Benefits

Residents enjoy the benefits provided to all Ascension Columbia St. Mary's employees as outlined in the 2023 benefits handbook. 

Step Into a Bright Future

Ascension Wisconsin Podiatric Residency Program provides podiatry training in a multidisciplinary setting where the residents can gain experience working with other medical practitioners to provide total care.

The program accepts students from all podiatry schools through the CASPR application service.

Three Year, Multidisciplinary Program

This comprehensive three-year program provides surgery, inpatient management, emergency department (trauma) and clinic experience. A strong emphasis is placed on all phases of foot and ankle surgery. The program fulfills all of the newly-revised requirements of The Council of Podiatric Medical Education. Residents work on staff at several southeastern Ascension Wisconsin hospitals and outpatient centers with more than 50 attending physicians including podiatrists and orthopedic surgeons. The program also provides significant rotations through:
  • Anesthesia
  • Behavioral Medicine
  • Clinical Podiatry
  • Critical Care
  • Emergency medicine
  • General Surgery
  • Hospital Medicine
  • Infectious Disease
  • Neurology
  • Pathology
  • Plastic surgery
  • Radiology
  • Vascular surgery
  • Wound care

Externship Opportunity

A one-month clerkship is available to any third and fourth year podiatry student. This is a surgical clerkship, which will have you in the OR on a daily basis.

Podiatry Residency Faculty

The Podiatric Surgical Residency faculty are board certified, board qualified or board eligible in their respective sub-specialties within the field of podiatric medicine and surgery.

Have Questions? Please Contact:

Zach Zeyen
Graduate Medical Education Coordinator
Phone: 414-585-1458