Recent graduates of Mayo Clinic’s Internal Medicine Residency practice in all regions of the United States and around the world, oftentimes becoming leaders in their practices, local and national societies, and sub-specialty societies.
Here’s what a few of our graduates have to say about their experience in the program.
Christopher Trautman, M.D.
William Palmer, M.D.
|Ali Alsaad||Cardiology Fellowship||University of Chicago, Illinois|
|Scott A. Helgeson||Pulmonary & Critical Care Medicine Fellowship||Mayo Clinic, Jacksonville, Florida|
|Myra A. Irvin||Chief Resident||Mayo Clinic, Jacksonville, Florida|
|Andree H. Koop||Chief Resident||Mayo Clinic, Jacksonville, Florida|
|Sven Oman||Chief Resident||Naples Community Hospital, Florida|
|Neej Patel||Gastroenterology Fellowship||Mayo Clinic, Phoenix, Arizona|
|Keith Sacco||Allergy/Immunology Fellowship||National Institutes of Health|
|Catalina Sanchez||Rheumatology Fellowship||Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota|
|Taryn Smith||Women's Health Fellowship||Cleveland Clinic, Ohio|
|Armando Villanueva||Hospitalist||University of Kansas|
|Allan M. Bates||Hospital Internal Medicine||Mayo Clinic Health System, Mankato, Minnesota|
|Christopher Brett||Radiation Oncology||Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee|
|Lauren F. Cornell||Center for Breast Health||Mayo Clinic, Jacksonville, Florida|
|Jed (Colt) Cowdell||Chief Resident||Mayo Clinic, Jacksonville, Florida|
|Martin Gibbs||Global Health Fellowship||University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida|
|Brett T. Hiroto||Mayo Clinic Florida, Jacksonville, Florida||Mayo Clinic, Jacksonville, Florida|
|Saadi Imam||Pulmonary and Critical Care Fellowship||University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, Texas|
|Kayin B. Jeffers||Gastroenterology Fellowship||Rush University, Chicago, Illinois|
|Christopher L. Trautman||Chief Resident||Mayo Clinic, Jacksonville, Florida|
|Mohamad Zetir||Cardiology Fellowship||University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida|
|Rajat Bhalla||Hospital Internal Medicine||St. Vincent's HealthCare, Jacksonville, Florida|
|Donnesha B. Clayton||
|Jose Melendez Rosado||Gastroenterology Fellowship||Cleveland Clinic Florida, Weston, Florida|
|Jordan C. Ray||Cardiology Fellowship||Mayo Clinic, Jacksonville, Florida|
|Sarah W. Robison||
|Gaja F. Shaughnessy||Pulmonary and Critical Care Fellowship||Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota|
|Hilary Steele||Infectious Disease Fellowship||MUSC, Charleston, South Carolina|
|Ryan L. Ung||Cardiology Fellowship||Mayo Clinic, Jacksonville, Florida|
|Monia E. Werlang||
|Shamol Williams||Primary Care||Orlando VA Medical Center|
|Casey Cable||Pulmonary and Critical Care Fellowship||Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia|
|Jeffrey Duncan||Hospital Internal Medicine||Halifax Medical Center, Florida|
|Gautam Matcha||Hospital Internal Medicine||Mayo Clinic, Jacksonville, Florida|
|Luke McCrone||Gastroenterology Fellowship||Ochsner Medical Center, New Orleans|
|Chad Mcree||Cardiology Fellowship||University of Alabama, Birmingham, Alabama|
|Jason Prater||Pulmonary and Critical Care Fellowship||University of South Florida|
|Ronald Racho||Gastroenterology Fellowship||University of Kentucky|
|Kristina Seeger||Gastroenterology Fellowship||Scripps Clinic, San Diego, California|
At the conclusion of the Internal Medicine Residency, you may wish to continue your graduate medical education in another Mayo Clinic School of Graduate Medical Education program.
The Internal Medicine Residency has workshops every year devoted to career planning and fellowship applications. These workshops include subspecialty program directors and program administrators, as well as residents who have recently completed the interview trail. Our residency is very successful in matching in competitive fellowships. Our faculty is very active in supporting resident success in achieving each resident's fellowship of choice.
In addition, there are mock interviews available and a session on curriculum vitae preparation. Residents have advisers from the pool of core faculty, associate program directors, as well as academic mentors.
If you’re accepted for a fellowship, you continue to receive in-depth, daily, one-on-one training with a consultant. You also have the opportunity to increase your own supervisory and administrative skills.
Advancement opportunities for this program are continually expanding to include new areas of specialization, including quality improvement, research, education, and leadership.
- The Clinician-Investigator Training Program, which provides an integrated, comprehensive educational research experience. The program includes six months of research during PGY-3 and a fellowship position of your choice at Mayo Clinic.
- If you’re interested in leadership, the health care administration and leadership program includes resident representative spots on institutional committees.
- If your passion is education, Mayo Clinic offers “Residents as Teachers” training sessions and the Mayo Clinic Education Academy.
- Mayo Clinic Quality Academy offers gold, silver, and bronze certifications for residents interested in quality and patient safety metrics.