The Physician Assistant Program is offered by the affiliate college or university offering your degree program. Your college/university program director will determine and develop the course work and laboratory experiences for the program and make arrangements for clinical rotations.
Your rotations at Mayo Clinic in Arizona will include physician assistant experiences in:
- Transplant Med/Surg
- Community Internal Medicine (outpatient based) FULL 2012
- Hospital Internal Medicine (inpatient based)FULL 2012
- Interventional Radiology
Grading or Evaluation
Evaluation of student performance in each rotation includes the preceptor(s) evaluation of clinical performance, a written examination of cognitive performance provided by your school and, where appropriate and possible, a site visit by program faculty.
Successful completion of all clinical rotations, program seminars, activities and the program summative exam is required for graduation.
Mayo School of Health Sciences uses evaluative tools that include:
- Written examination
- Demonstration of skills
- Self-assessment exercises
- Faculty reviews
Our system of evaluation provides students and faculty with a comprehensive look at individual performance and assessment of medical knowledge.
Mayo School of Health Sciences is committed to developing and maintaining the very best education programs. Changes may be made to the curriculum and other aspects of this program as necessary to assure the highest-quality training.