Mayo Clinic is located in the heart of downtown Rochester, a vibrant friendly city that provides a highly livable environment for more than 26,000 Mayo Clinic staff, residents, fellows and students.
Campus activity in Rochester is centered around the Mayo, Gonda, Plummer and Siebens Medical Education buildings. These interconnected buildings, together with Rochester Methodist Hospital, comprise the core of Mayo's clinical practice and education facilities in downtown Rochester.
Saint Marys Hospital, located three blocks west of the downtown campus, and Rochester Methodist Hospital are integral to all MSGME programs, providing essential clinical and inpatient care experiences for trainees.
The Siebens Medical Education Building, across the street from the Mayo Building, is home to the Department of Education Services. The 20-story Guggenheim Building is one of several facilities housing Mayo's extensive research activities on the Rochester campus.
Diversity at Mayo Clinic
Mayo Clinic serves patients, families and one another with respect, courtesy and responsiveness.
The entire Mayo organization, including Mayo Clinic in Phoenix/Scottsdale, Ariz., Rochester, Minn., and Jacksonville, Fla., values and promotes diversity. Mayo defines diversity to include all the characteristics which distinguish individuals or groups from one another.
Mayo Clinic's goal is to create a caring service environment where individual differences are valued, allowing all staff to achieve and contribute to their fullest potential.
See Diversity at Mayo Clinic in Rochester for more information.