Mayo Clinic School of Medicine is a national medical school with three unique and vibrant campuses in Arizona, Florida and Minnesota. Students are encouraged to explore opportunities at all campus locations and beyond!
Even though students enroll at one campus, they have various opportunities throughout the program to learn at all three campuses. The curriculum allows significant opportunity for students to obtain off-campus experiences in various fields of interest. Each campus offers a different personality as well as unique amenities and experiences. Students are able to acquire educational experiences across a broad spectrum of patient and health populations in a variety of practice settings.
By year, here are a few examples of how students have the opportunity to utilize all three campuses:
- First- and second-year students have the opportunity to take selectives on- or off-campus, locally, regionally, nationally or internationally.
- Third-year students have the opportunity to complete core clerkship rotations at any of the three campuses.
- Fourth-year students can complete much of the year at any of the three campuses with the exception of the three-week intersession in March (required at the Minnesota or Arizona campus).
In the past academic year, 37 third-year students completed 80 clerkship rotations in Arizona and Florida, and 12 fourth-year students completed 76 clerkship weeks in Arizona and Florida.
Mayo Clinic School of Medicine in Rochester, Minnesota
A four-year M.D. Program based in Rochester, Minnesota, with core clerkships and senior electives on all three campuses of our national medical school. Our Rochester campus offers expertise in virtually every medical specialty to patients from around the world.
Mayo Clinic School of Medicine in Scottsdale/Phoenix, Arizona
A four-year M.D. Program based in Scottsdale/Phoenix, Arizona, with options to take electives and selectives on all three campuses of our national medical school. This medical school in Arizona is renowned for its quality and patient safety, focuses on adult specialty and surgical care in more than 65 medical and surgical disciplines. Students see a diverse patient population and practice in one of the largest metropolitan areas in the country.
Mayo Clinic School of Medicine in Jacksonville, Florida
The Florida FOCUS (2+2) track, with the first two years based in Minnesota or Arizona and the second two years based in Jacksonville, Florida. Mayo Clinic's campus in Florida is recognized as the nation's leading liver transplant program. It is also acclaimed for its leading practices and research in the neurosciences, transplant and cancer treatment.
Health system and affiliates
Beyond our three campuses, Mayo Clinic Health System includes more than 70 smaller regional practices in Iowa, Minnesota and Wisconsin.
We also have affiliations with other health care organizations near all our campuses, such as the Phoenix Children’s Hospital, Maricopa Integrated Health System, Carl T. Hayden Veteran’s Administration, and others for clinical opportunities. All M.D. students are encouraged to explore learning opportunities at any of the campus locations throughout all four years of the M.D. Program.
Campus and community
Learn more about life at the different campuses and communities.