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Pathway Director


Addie McClintock, MD

Assistant Professor
Division of General Internal Medicine

Video: Women's Health Pathway Interview. Learn about the pathway from Pathway Directory Addie McClintock, MD. 

Video: Women's Health Pathway Overview. Hear about the pathway from participants.


Interested residents can apply for the pathway after Match Day. 

Pathway Components

Clinical Experiences

  • Continuity clinic at the Women’s Health Care Center at UWMC Roosevelt
  • Immersion blocks each year with several half-days at various subspecialty clinics focusing on women’s health
  • Women’s health clinical elective during either R2 or R3 year, with clinic time in gynecology, dysplasia, and breast clinics
  • HIV elective at Madison Clinic


  • Lectures & small-group discussions during the immersion blocks of R1, R2 & R3 years that address both clinical and social determinants of women’s health
  • Procedural skills, to include IUD and Nexplanon insertion and endometrial biopsy training


  • Dedicated time during immersion block to complete a scholarly project, which could be curriculum development, case report/abstract/original research, QI project.


  • Semi-annual mentor meetings with an assigned faculty member working in women’s health
  • Teaching portfolio development


  • Opportunities for advocacy and community involvment
  • Creating teaching materials including pre-clinic conferences (R2s), small group teaching materials (R3s) and one academic half day put on by all immersion residents each year

Current Residents

  • Roxanne Hicks
  • Sylvia Stellmacher
  • Sarah Reiger
  • Nikki Niewold
  • Leah Karlsen
  • Becca Gold

Past Residents

  • Meagan Williams ‘18: Primary Care Provider (Clinical Instructor) at the Women’s Health Care Center
  • Addie Bardolph, ‘19: Primary Care Provider at the UW Ravenna Clinic
  • Megha Shankar, ‘19: Palo Alto VA Healthcare System and Stanford Primary Care Outcomes Research (HSR&D Fellowship), Faculty at UC San Diego practicing primary care
  • Maddy (Hollowed) Krengel, ‘20: Primary Care Provider at Pacific Medical Centers Northgate
  • Nina Tan, 21: UWMC Ambulatory Chief Resident
  • Tess King, ’21: UWMC Inpatient Chief Resident