Mayo Clinic

Rochester, MN

Siobhan Pittock, MD

Program Director

Dawn Schultz

Program Coordinator

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS
  • Medium-sized program that fosters close connections with colleagues and faculty while also providing access to the abundant resources and professional opportunities available at a world-renown hospital

  • Children’s Hospital within the #1 Hospital in the Country

  • 135 beds

  • Trauma designation: Level I

  • Opportunities to spearhead scholarly work with generous travel policy to present academic work at regional, national, and international conferences

DETAILS
  • Class sizes: PGY1 – 15 residents; PGY2 – 15 residents; PGY 3 – 13 residents

  • Fellowships at Mayo: Allergy, Cardiology, Endo, GI, Heme/onc, Hospitalist, ID, Neonatology, Palliative, Sleep

  • Graduates: 60% go on to fellowship, 40% go on to primary care

  • Special tracks: Global Health

LOCATION
  • Population: 121,395

  • Comfortable and affordable city, no traffic, excellent schools

  • Live concerts, craft breweries, weekly farmers market, and over 3,500 acres of parks and trails

CURRICULUM
  • 13 blocks/year, 13.5 electives throughout residency (4 during PGY-1 year)

  • Eight formal education conferences each week

  • 18-month curriculum mapped to ABP specifications for the initial certification examination, with representation from every subspecialty division and engagement from all teaching faculty and fellows

  • Residents as Teachers, Procedural Sedation, Antibiotic of the Month, Syndrome of the Month

  • Quarterly simulated education at our state-of-the-art simulation center

  • Longitudinal continuity clinic with diverse local patient panel

DIVERSITY INITIATIVES
  • Upstander Training for all incoming residents

  • EverybodyIn campaign: enterprise-wide, curated conversations led by staff at Mayo Clinic to promote diversity and inclusion.

  • Funding available for projects to pursue eradicating racism

ON SOCIAL MEDIA
 
 

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