Hospital Medicine continues to be a growing specialty that requires a diverse and unique skill set. Hospitalists must be able to care for acutely ill adults with a wide spectrum of diseases while engaging in effective interprofessional teamwork and coordinating transitions of care that are complex and unique to the inpatient setting. Successful academic hospitalists develop meaningful and satisfying careers by complementing direct patient care responsibilities with leadership and administrative opportunities, clinical research, quality improvement, and medical education in the hospital environment.
Training in Mayo Clinic's Hospital Medicine Fellowship prepares physicians for careers as clinician-researchers, leaders, or educators with expertise in managing acutely ill, complex medical patients. It also provides diverse and unique opportunities to develop skills in simulation, point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS), and virtual medicine.
The one-year Hospital Medicine Fellowship at Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, Florida, is designed to:
- Refine the knowledge and skill set of hospital medicine
- Develop advanced skills and complete projects in research, quality improvement, and/or medical education
- Promote effective interdisciplinary teamwork
- Produce national leaders in academic hospital medicine
- Promote Mayo Clinic values in a rapidly growing national field
Our goal is to train physicians who will provide outstanding collaborative and comprehensive inpatient care, become superior medical educators and clinician-researchers, and become future leaders of hospital medicine.
Mayo Clinic's mix of clinical experiences and academic training permits one to pursue any area of individual interest in hospital medicine.
Mayo Clinic Florida will welcome its first fellow to Hospital Medicine in July 2024.