Dr. Eric Phillippi grew up in the Milwaukee suburb of Menomonee Falls before moving to Madison in 2004 for his education. He has both undergraduate and medical degrees from the University of Wisconsin – Madison, completing his Doctor of Medicine in 2014. He was a resident in Family Medicine at the University of Wisconsin – Madison where he served as Chief Resident for the program from 2016-2017. During his residency, Dr. Phillippi sought out additional training specific to office-based surgical procedures.
Following residency, Dr. Phillippi was an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Family Medicine at the University of Wisconsin.
In this role, he provided a wide spectrum of patient care with an emphasis on procedural medicine. He was also involved in medical student instruction and coaching at the UW – School of Medicine and Public Health.
In the fall of 2018, Dr. Phillippi began training under Dr. Richard Owens, founder of Minor Procedures and VeinCarePlus. Dr. Phillippi is honored to be carrying on Dr. Owens’ practice under the new name Medical Procedures of Wisconsin following Dr. Owens’ retirement in February 2019.
Dr. Phillippi’s professional interests include procedural medicine, global health, emergency and urgent care, physician well-being, and medical technology integration.
Beyond the stethescope
Husband. Father. Conservationist.
Outside of medicine, first and foremost, Dr. Phillippi loves spending quality time with his wife (Emily) and daughters (Louella and Josephine). He is an avid golfer, hockey goalie, ultimate frisbee player, gardener, conservationist, home renovator, woodworker, archer, and coffee enthusiast. He also loves to run, bike, mountaineer, scuba dive, and play music.