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Mayo Clinic residents and fellows may perform clinical rotations in underserved communities throughout the world.
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The Mayo International Health Program supports Mayo Clinic residents and fellows performing clinical rotations in underserved communities throughout the world.

Some locations provide specific specialty services and others provide more general practice care.

Residents and fellows may apply for a rotation at a Mayo-designated site or an independent site, including:

  1. Argentina
  2. Bangladesh
  3. Belize
  4. Bosnia
  5. Botswana
  6. Brazil
  7. Cambodia
  8. Cameroon
  9. China
  10. Colombia
  11. Costa Rica
  12. Cuba
  13. Czech Republic
  14. Dominican Republic
  15. Ecuador
  16. Egypt
  17. Ethiopia
  18. Georgia
  19. Ghana
  1. Guatemala
  2. Guyana
  3. Haiti
  4. Honduras
  5. India
  6. Italy
  7. Jamaica
  8. Kenya
  9. Laos
  10. Malawi
  11. Malaysia
  12. Mexico
  13. Mongolia
  14. Nepal
  15. Nicaragua
  16. Niger
  17. Nigeria
  18. Panama
  19. Papua New Guinea
  1. Peru
  2. Philippines
  3. Romania
  4. Russia
  5. Sierra Leone
  6. South Africa
  7. Sri Lanka
  8. St. Lucia
  9. St. Vincent
  10. Syria
  11. Tanzania
  12. Tchad
  13. Thailand
  14. Togo
  15. Trinidad
  16. Turkey
  17. Vietnam
  18. Zambia
  • July 28, 2014
  • ART958525