Mayo Clinic in Rochester has a multidisciplinary, team-oriented work environment that presents opportunities that may rarely be experienced elsewhere. More than 60 nursing specialties offer a career-enhancing setting for the professional nurse. Opportunities exist in the perioperative, hospital inpatient and ambulatory care areas.
Specialties fall under three categories:
Perioperative and perianesthesia nursing at Mayo Clinic in Rochester encompasses many surgical specialties. Between Mayo Clinic's two Rochester-based hospitals (Rochester Methodist Hospital and Saint Marys Hospital), approximately 200 surgical procedures are performed daily in nearly 100 operating rooms. Learn more about perioperative nursing.
Nurses at Mayo Clinic in Rochester practice in more than 60 medical specialties. This includes more than 60 patient care units and approximately 100 operating rooms. A primary nursing model is practiced, emphasizing family-centered care, discharge teaching and the use of the nursing process. Learn more about inpatient nursing.
Nurses in the ambulatory setting provide quality episodic care, in a single encounter or a series of encounters over time, to patients and their families as they promote wellness, prevent illness, and manage acute and chronic diseases through an efficient, effective and evidence-based nursing practice. Learn more about ambulatory nursing.