The Department of Family Medicine at Mayo Clinic's campus in Rochester, Minnesota, is committed to providing the highest quality care to individual patients and families. Nearly 60 staff physicians and their teams provide quality and compassionate care for 130,000 patient visits each year.
Family medicine at Mayo Clinic includes four family medicine clinics — three located in Rochester, and a community clinic in Kasson, Minnesota. All residents maintain their continuity practice at Kasson.
In addition to caring for patients in their clinical practices, Mayo Clinic's faculty members are committed to teaching and facilitating the growth of medical knowledge. Many of our faculty have published and lectured extensively and are well-regarded in their fields. You have direct access to these individuals throughout the Family Medicine Residency.
The Mayo Clinic campus in Rochester includes Mayo Clinic Hospital — Rochester, with more than 1,800 beds and a Level 1 Trauma Center; a comprehensive outpatient medical complex; a variety of research facilities; and several full-service laboratories and on-site pharmacies. Nearly 1,600 staff physicians represent virtually all clinical specialties.
Mayo Family Clinic Kasson, which is the home of the Family Medicine Residency, is a rural practice and houses the only physicians in the town of Kasson and in Dodge County, Minnesota. The 16,000-square-foot facility has 43 fully equipped examination rooms and a complete office laboratory. Chest, extremity and skull X-rays can be taken on-site by a full-time X-ray technician. There are three procedure rooms equipped for minor surgery and cast application. Mayo Family Clinic Kasson is undergoing a $5 million renovation and expansion that will be completed in early 2016.
Both Mayo Clinic's campus in Rochester and Mayo Family Clinic Kasson utilize leading-edge technology and equipment. You learn to properly use this technology for the benefit of your patients. Your training emphasizes compassionate patient care using the most cost-effective means.
Aug. 11, 2015