The Urology Residency at Mayo Clinic's campus in Rochester, Minnesota, provides a well-rounded clinical and basic science research experience, with exposure to all aspects of urology.
Clinically, you become proficient in infertility, endourology, laparoscopic urology, neurourology, sexual dysfunction, the evaluation and treatment of incontinence, reconstructive surgery, urologic oncology, and pediatric urology.
From a research point of view, you generate the key questions that affect urologic practice patterns and develop the ability to answer these questions through carefully performed basic science and clinical research.
Mayo Clinic also offers visiting medical student clerkship opportunities in urology.
The Urology Residency is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education.
Of the last five years of graduating residents:
- 40 percent have completed or are completing a fellowship
- 25 percent are working in academic institutions
- 56 percent are in private practice
- 12 percent have joined the Mayo Clinic staff in Rochester
The national pass rate for Mayo Clinic's residents taking the American Board of Urology Part 1 written examination is 100 percent. Of the residents who have completed the Urology Residency, 100 percent are employed in this field.