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Evening photo of Mayo Clinic's campus in Jacksonville, Florida

Welcome to our Jacksonville campus

 

Study and train on the First Coast

Opened in 1986, Mayo Clinic's campus in Jacksonville, Florida, was the first campus expansion beyond Rochester, Minnesota. Teams of specialists provide services in more than 40 medical and surgical specialties, while programs in medical education and research are carried out in concert with patient care activities.

The Florida campus is recognized as one of the nation's leading liver transplant programs. It is also acclaimed for its leading practice and research in the neurosciences, transplant medicine and cancer treatment. Collaborations with nearby health care organizations expand this depth of experiential training for our learners to additional pediatric specialties and diverse patient populations.

Main campus

Main campus

Clinical practice is centered in the interconnected Davis Building, Mayo Building, Mayo Clinic Hospital and Cannaday Building. The Stabile Buildings house an extensive library, simulation center and student lounge space. Research is carried out in the labs of the Birdsall Research Building and Griffin Building. The Mangurian Building, focused on cancer and neurology care, is the newest addition to the Florida campus.

West campus

Spaces and places

Explore the buildings you’ll call home, along with the labs where you’ll make discoveries, the libraries where you’ll study, and the classrooms where you’ll prepare for your future. Accessibility is a priority throughout your education — and you'll never find a closed door.

Maps and directions

What I love most about Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville is the diversity. Training at a place with such diversity of cultures and nationalities within the faculty and staff has been incredible.

Maria Torres
M.D. student, class of 2019

Street address

Mayo Clinic and Mayo Clinic Hospital
4500 San Pablo Road
Jacksonville, FL 32224

Maps

Jacksonville campus map (PDF)

Visitor parking

See parking options if visiting campus. Current students and trainees should not park in these areas.

Getting around campus

How spread out is the campus?

Mayo Clinic's Florida campus is located on 400 acres.

How do people get around?

Most people rely on their personal vehicles for transportation. 

Mayo also operates an intercampus shuttle system that provides transportation for staff, trainees and students around campus. Current learners can download an app to track the shuttle, or you can view the map on your mobile browser.

Where will I park?

Parking is available for students and trainees in designated staff parking areas. During orientation, you'll receive details about where to park, how to access the park-and-ride shuttle lots, and on-campus parking lots or ramps.

Are there taxis and ride-sharing options?

Yes! We have Uber and Lyft, along with several taxi companies. Carpooling opportunities with other students and staff may also be available.

What will my commute be like?

Medical students often complete rotations at affiliated hospitals in downtown Jacksonville, which is about 17 miles from campus.

The average commute time in Jacksonville is 23.5 minutes.

Is there student housing?

We do not have student housing facilities. But, we have resources and workshops for assisting you with things such as moving to Jacksonville and helping you find a place to live.

The Jacksonville area has many housing options, including single-family homes, townhomes and apartment rentals. Housing costs vary depending on the accommodations.

Ready to get started?

Browse our programs or get in touch with an admissions representative.

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