Electronic Records Specialist (Current Employee) – Scottsdale, AZ – January 13, 2017
"The needs of the patient are the only ones to be considered." This is the attitude of all the staff I have worked with for the past four and a half years at Mayo Clinic. Every person brings their best every day to offer patients comfort, hope, guidance and answers. It has been my highest privilege and honor to work side by side with peers who represent the very best in health care today.
It was a learning environment with great coworkers
LPN (Former Employee) – Mankato, MN – October 17, 2016
Multiple areas to work in, could learn many aspects of nursing.It gave me insight as to what patients saw how nurses treated others in the work environment. I taught resident doctors about the clinical settings and they taught me about medicine and why they practiced how they did. Overall great learning experience.
After having worked here for almost 21 years, I can say that I have been treated well as an employee- I have had wonderful supervisors that were willing to help me/work with me as family things arrive as they do in people's lives! With a family of 6, it has had a great health insurance program!
Build and Release Engineer (Current Employee) – Minneapolis, MN – October 14, 2016
Mayo Clinic Global Business Solutions extends Mayo Clinic knowledge and expertise by delivering an integrated portfolio of market-leading products and services to meet the needs of people across the health spectrum and throughout their lives.
Patient Service Specialist (Current Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – October 3, 2016
Maintains regular contact with medical specialty areas (physicians, secretaries, and administrators) as needed as part of the patient care team to ensure quality-scheduling services Interact with patients and physicians to schedule appropriate appointments Independently recognizes, interprets, and evaluates medical conditions and their level of urgency.
RN (Current Employee) – Rochester, MN – September 29, 2016
I'm not really impressed with Mayo. Lots of little "ways" of doing things which are obscure and tedious. Charting is a disaster. Poorly-staffed units. Techs aren't trained to be more than glorified sitters. The Saint Mary's building is hum-drum, outdated, and glum. Crucifixes in every room. Everything is based on this "image" that Mayo wants to portray and the needs of the patient don't come first - the image does....for rich people who are cured of illness and donate $$$ to the foundation. Rochester is nothing without Mayo. You see your coworkers and patients out in public. Rochester is boring. Huge mistake taking this job. Poor cafeteria hours. No parking (you have to take busses, shuttles, etc).
Being an outsider from Mayo, I am not impressed. Management does not have a clue how unhappy their employees are. However, the employees are sincerely happy to take care of the patients and that is what matters most.
Cardiovascular Technician (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – September 25, 2016
This company really cares and takes care of their employees. Received 5 raises in two years of employment. All staff is friendly and courteous to each other. Everyone seems happy to work here. Pay is great! Clean hospital and clinic. Patients are friendly and thankful. Management is incredible! Love this place!
A great place to work. A typical day ensuring production is met/exceeded while identifying issues or delays within the process of my job role. We work together with great communication to minimize delays of patients' requests. My position requires me to be independent with little supervision because I tele-work three weeks out of each month. I enjoy the finding issues/concerns so that we can become a more universal within the processes across all three sites (AZ, FL, and MN).
I hate going to work. The small hospital cliques are awful. I've never heard or seen so much gossip. It is like an art form for them. The doctors are great. If I could just work with them I'd be fine. I drive too far to put up with such immature people who never left high school. It's exhausting to say the least. 6 people have left my part of the lab within the year and a half that I've been there. Two of them paid to get out of their year contract because the people were so rude to them, two people made it 3 months maximum, 1 was there 2 years and wanted to move up the ladder but was stuck where they were at, and one almost made it a year. The two contract people had both gone to upper management and HR and nothing changed. Your breaks aren't always guarenteed and the pay is not low to middle range. Also, some techs aren't certified to be doing everything that they are doing.
Mayo has taught me a lot. I've had the pleasure of being a part of their family. Great staff, good management, good hours, a lot of educational opportunities, good benefits. The hardest part of my job was leaving. The most enjoyable part of my job was my relationship with my co-workers, they were my second family.
Medical Secretary (Current Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – September 5, 2016
I am priviliged to be a part of such a prestigious clinic, hospital and specialty institution. Mayo Clinic is a world reknowned Clinic and Hospital that has several different specialties. With a mission of "the needs of the patient comes first," it has its priorities straight. Working at the Mayo Clinic is challenging, however, making sure that each and every individual patient's needs are met daily. We have a superb staff, with management that is hands-on and always has an open door policy.
HOSA President (Former Employee) – Scottsdale, AZ – August 31, 2016
Mayo clinic is a fine establishment for employees and patients alike. Expectations are high for health care professionals which is as should be expected for such an establishment. As a Student shadowing these health care professional I was never assigned to a person who was disinterested in their job or showing me the ins and outs of it.