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Dr. Broderick with recent graduate, Ram Anil Pathak Assistant Professor of Urology Wake Forest.
Dr. Broderick with recent graduate, Ram Anil Pathak, M.D., Assistant Professor of Urology at Wake Forest.

The most important indicator of the success of a training program is found in the outcomes of the graduates after completing their training. 

Mayo residents are highly successful in obtaining the fellowship of their choice; 40% of graduates from our Urology Residency have completed or are currently completing a fellowship. Additionally, 67% of our graduates are in private or group practice and 20% of our graduates have joined the Mayo Clinic staff in Jacksonville or are in academic practice. 

Words from past alumni

Our graduates love the Mayo Clinic mentorship model, one-on-one training with consultants, the great work/life balance, and the camaraderie among co-residents. Learn more about our recent graduates as they reflect on what they loved about the Urology Residency at Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, Florida.

Katherine Cockerill, M.D.

Katherine Cockerill, M.D.

Class of 2020

What attracted you to Mayo Clinic?

The mentorship model was the first thing that attracted me to Mayo Clinic during my experience on an away rotation. The one-on-one training with consultants results in a surgical and clinical experience that is second to none. The resident camaraderie, mentorship, and overall training experience made me confident that the program would help me succeed in either a private or academic setting.

Current position: Urologist, Urology San Antonio, San Antonio, TX

Eric Schommer, M.D.

Eric Schommer, M.D.

Class of 2018

Describe the work/life balance of the program.

The program had a very desirable work/life balance. All of the consultants, nurses, office staff, and co-residents were a second family to my family. We worked hard and learned together frequently, but also got together for all sorts of occasions away from the clinic. I really miss the cohesiveness and camaraderie we had during my time there. 

Current position: Clinical Instructor of Surgery at University of North Dakota School of Medicine and Health Sciences

Abby Taylor, M.D.

Abby Taylor, M.D.

Class of 2016

How has Mayo Clinic’s mentorship model impacted your training?

The mentorship model allows for early trust from attending to resident, which manifests as very early autonomy. The faculty you work with are phenomenal and truly care about you as a person. Now, as a pediatric urologist at a top-ranked academic institution, I am proud of the training I received at Mayo Clinic. Anyone looking at the program would be fortunate to train there.

Current position: Urology faculty, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN

Mayo Clinic Alumni Association

Mayo Clinic Alumni Association

The Mayo Clinic Alumni Association will help you stay in touch with your Mayo Clinic colleagues, maintain a valuable professional connection to Mayo Clinic throughout your medical and/or research career, participate in continuing medical education, and more.

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