If it is your first time seeking approval from a Wisconsin hospital credentialing committee, you probably have many questions about the process. Unfortunately, it might be difficult for you to find a concise, general answer to any questions you have. Individual governing bodies have a great deal of latitude in deciding who works in their healthcare centers, and in what capacity.
Similar to many elements of professional medical practice, obtaining your privilege to work at a hospital involves a peer review process. Generally speaking, you could expect to present your qualifications and background information to a board of fellow physicians, specialists and medical administrators. You could be approved to practice at the facility once you pass this process, barring any one of many possible complications.