The Division of General Internal Medicine (GIM) at Mayo Clinic in Minnesota is one of the largest academic general internal medicine divisions in the world. GIM has more than 90 internal medicine specialists who provide care during more than 73,000 outpatient visits and 3,300 inpatient hospitalizations a year. Staff members in the division evaluate and treat people coming to Mayo Clinic from within the United States and from other countries.

The Division of General Internal Medicine includes several practices and clinics. Practices provide care to specific groups of people, and clinics provide specific specialty services.

The Division of General Internal Medicine is a group of doctors and allied health staff with diverse interests and expertise. The staff is dedicated to providing patient-centered, evidence-based medical care in a clinical environment supported by education and research. This division embodies the Mayo Clinic Model of Care — providing the best care to every patient every day through integrated clinical practice, education and research.