Located in the heart of downtown Rochester, Minnesota, the Mayo Clinic campus provides staff members with access to an exceptional breadth of working environments and opportunities. The Rochester campus of Mayo Clinic has more medical and research space in one location than anyplace else in the country — 11.5 million square feet.
Patient care activity in downtown Rochester is centered around the Mayo and Gonda buildings and Mayo Clinic Hospital, Methodist Campus, all of which are connected by pedestrian subways and skyways. These facilities make up the core of Mayo's downtown clinical practice facilities.
The Richard O. Jacobson Building, which houses Mayo's Proton Beam Therapy Program, is a new addition to the Mayo Clinic Cancer Center's presence in Rochester, as of summer 2015.
Mayo Clinic Hospital, Saint Marys Campus
Located several blocks west of downtown, the Saint Marys campus of Mayo Clinic Hospital is a 1,265-bed hospital campus with 55 operating rooms. It offers many cutting-edge services, including a Level I Trauma Center, computer-assisted neurosurgery and heart transplant.
Research and education areas
Guggenheim, Stabile, Medical Sciences and Siebens buildings
These facilities are devoted to research and training for young scientists and medical professionals as well as continuing education for practicing physicians and allied health staff.
Within the Stabile Building is a state-of-the-art anatomy laboratory and the 10,000-square-foot Multidisciplinary Simulation Center, where health care teams from multiple disciplines improve performance and reduce errors through comprehensive medical care simulation training.
The historic Plummer Building houses Mayo Clinic's medical library system, one of the largest in the world, containing more than 400,000 bound volumes and 4,700 medical and scientific journal subscriptions. Access to extensive online medical database resources is readily available.