Internal Medicine Residency (Florida)
Mayo Clinic in Florida offers an outstanding residency experience in a collegial training setting that emphasizes academic career opportunities, individualized mentoring and tailored experiences. Residents have ability to learn systems and processes of care within the integrated Mayo system, renowned for quality medical care and national leadership as leading edge health care innovator.
Our learning environment maximizes opportunities for personal achievement in a comfortable, supportive, nurturing, academically focused and scholastically rewarding environment. House staff camaraderie and satisfaction are paramount; and, residents are active partners in program innovation and excellence.
National Leaders in Quality
Mayo Clinic Hospital in Florida was among only 65 of 1200 national teaching, children's and community hospitals awarded by the Leapfrog Group in 2011, recognizing investment in infrastructure for patient safety as well as adoption of the processes that we know save lives in hospitals.
Mayo's inpatient service in Jacksonville ranked first in patient satisfaction among 350 national teaching and community hospitals for 2009 and 2010 (Professional Research Consultants).
Quality at Mayo Clinic involves the totality of a patient's experience. Individually and collectively we are committed to changing lives, advancing medicine, fostering hope and transforming health care delivery.
Robust Clinical Experiences
We offer extensive personal contact with faculty, high faculty-to-resident ratio and eleven internal medicine fellowship programs. Residents' clinical experiences are rigorous and robust. Mayo Florida's diverse patient population draws across regional, national and international boundaries. For example, liver transplantation ranks second in the nation.
The Internal Medicine Residency at Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville is accredited by the Accreditation Council on Graduate Medical Education (ACGME). This residency has been fully accredited by the ACGME with a five-year (maximum) accreditation cycle.
All of our accredited internal medicine residency and fellowship programs have maximum ACGME cycle lengths. Since its inception in 1994, the residency has always been awarded maximum cycles, with five years granted for 2007-2012, with six years awarded for 2007-2013. This program is ACGME approved for 45 residents (categorical and preliminary).