Preventive Medicine Residency Program · Rochester, MN
Where You'll Spend Your Time
About This Program
Mayo Clinic in Rochester offers a Preventive Medicine Fellowship Program to train physicians for specialization in general preventive medicine and public health. This program is designed to prepare physicians for leadership roles in academic preventive medicine, clinical preventive medicine, health-care management, clinical epidemiology and public health at the federal, state or local level. The fellowship program began in 1978 and accepts 3 fellows annually. Candidate must have completed a 3-year ACGME accredited
residency in internal medicine or family medicine.
This 24-month program includes obtaining MPH degree at the University of Minnesota, 2 month rotations at public health or governmental agencies, clinical rotations, and ample time for conducting research, quality improvement training and electives.
Our graduates have pursued careers in 4 tracks: academic medicine (research or education), public health, global health, or administrative medicine.