The goal of preventive and occupational medicine physicians at Mayo Clinic is to reduce the medical, financial, and occupational burdens of preventable disease and injury through prevention, screening, and education. Specialists are trained in internal medicine or family practice and are committed to providing quality medical care to patients. Several of the specialty's physicians are board-certified in preventive, occupational and/or aviation medicine. There are 22 specialists providing services in Minnesota and three in Arizona.

Preventive, occupational and aerospace medicine services include:

  1. Aviation Medicine, providing private and commercial pilots with FAA medical examinations and special disability evaluations
  2. Comprehensive health risk evaluation and counseling
  3. Consultations regarding job placement examinations
  4. Corporate consultation regarding employee health promotion
  5. Disease prevention consultation
  6. Employee health and safety programs in industry and medical institutions
  7. Executive Health Program provides examinations for corporate executives from around the world
  8. Health risks assessment for health care workers
  9. Health and wellness counseling such as for smoking cessation, weight loss, and exercise programs
  10. Physician Health Center provides examinations for practicing physicians, including comprehensive, customized and coordinated access to high-quality health care
  11. Preventive medicine screening care such as mammograms, Pap smears, routine colon cancer screening, evaluations, cholesterol screening, and blood pressure screening


See department pages at each Mayo location. Includes lists of doctors.

Preventive, Occupational, and Aerospace Medicine

Preventive, Occupational, and Aerospace Medicine