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  1. Rochester Higher Education Development CommitteeFriday, July 29, 2005

  2. Mayo Clinic College of Medicine • Mayo School of Graduate Medical Education • Mayo Graduate School • Mayo Medical School • Mayo School of Health Sciences • Mayo School of Continuing Medical Education

  3. Mayo School of Graduate Medical Education • Residency and fellowship programs • Founded 1915 • 1409 current clinical residents and fellows • 16,000 alumni

  4. Mayo Graduate School • PhD, MD-PhD and master’s degrees in biomedical sciences • Established 1917 • 142 predoctoral students • 7 specialities

  5. Mayo Medical School • MD, MD-PhD • Opened 1972 • 170 medical students • 391 medical student clerks • MD-MPH offered in partnership with U of M • MD-JD offered in partnership with ASU

  6. Mayo School of Health Sciences • Certificate and master’s degrees in allied health programs • Established 1973 • 816 students • 32 programs

  7. Mayo School of Continuing Medical Education • CE programs for health professionals • 1996 formally organized as a school • 275 courses/year • 6,500 hours of CME/year

  8. Mayo Support for Education • Mayo Clinic College of Medicine • $ 38 Extramural Funding • $116 Mayo Funds • Tuition reimbursement • >$5 million/year • $1000/employee • ~10% workforce

  9. Tuition Reimbursement Distribution (2004) • 156 institutions • Range from $300 - $750,000/institution • 55% undergraduate/45% graduate • Minnesota based • 4 of top 5, 8 of top 10 graduate programs • 3 of top 5, 6 of top 10 undergraduate programs

  10. Mayo Clinic Rochester Staff physicians, scientists 1,384 Fellows, residents, students 1,548 Hospital licensed beds 1,951 Total personnel 23,641 Space (sq.ft.) 15 million (2.9 x MOA)

  11. Employment Status (AHS Only) • Total Employees: 23,641 • Regular Status 22,585 • < .5 (20 hrs/wk) 256 • .5 - .9 (20-36 h/wk) 8,057 • Full Time 14,272 • Temp./Supplemental 1,056

  12. Mayo Health System • 13 organizations in 64 communities • 675 physicians • 11,715 allied health staff • 15 hospitals • 907 beds • 9 nursing homes

  13. Mayo Health System Cameron Barron Luther MidelfortEau Claire, Wisconsin Decorah Clinic, Decorah, Iowa Wabasha ClinicWabasha, Minnesota New Hampton ClinicNew Hampton, Iowa Fairmont ClinicFairmont, Minnesota Albert Lea Medical CenterAlbert Lea, Minnesota Red Cedar Medical CenterMenomonie, Wisconsin Austin Medical CenterAustin, Minnesota Franciscan Skemp HealthcareLa Crosse, Wisconsin Cannon Valley ClinicFaribault, Minnesota Immanuel St. Joseph'sMankato, Minnesota Owatonna ClinicOwatonna, Minnesota Lake City Medical CenterLake City, Minnesota Chetek Prairie Farm Glenwood City Bloomer Colfax Chippewa Falls Menomonie Eau Claire Elmwood Minnesota Osseo Mondovi Lake City Wabasha Faribault Arcadia Wisconsin Lamberton Waterville Alma Plainview Mankato Galesville Owatonna Springfield Janesville Sparta Tomah Madelia Rochester Lake Crystal Waseca Blooming Prairie Holmen St. James New Richland Onalaska West Salem Truman Austin La Crescent Wells Alden Fairmont La Crosse Houston Grand Meadow Albert Lea Kiester LeRoy Caledonia Sherburn Adams Decorah Northwood Armstrong Lake Mills Waukon CharlesCity Garner New Hampton Prairiedu Chien Iowa Clinics Hospitals Hospitals (Management Contract) CP931711- 2

  14. Mayo Retirement/Labor Market Projections-1999 13% .8% Source: Bureau of Labor Statistics, 1999

  15. Mayo Rochester Regional Recruitment Trends Approximately 70% of Allied Health Staff are recruited within a 70 mile radius of Rochester. 20% of Allied Health Staff are typically recruited regionally (beyond 70 miles and within a 500 mile radius of Rochester). 8-10% of Allied Health Staff are typically recruited nationally.

  16. Mayo Clinic Employees Eligible to Retire Based on MCR Retirement Norms Average Hires (1999-2003) 2513/year

  17. Registered Nurses in 24/7 RoleEligible to Retire Based on MCR Retirement Norms Average Hires (1999-2003)= 454/year

  18. Medical Secretary/TranscriptionistsEligible to Retire Based on MCR Retirement Norms Average Hires (1999-2003)= 110/year

  19. Service WorkersEligible to Retire Based on MCR Retirement Norms Average Hires (1999-2003)= 577/year

  20. Employment Challenge Forecast that shortages will worsen over the next 5-10 years 14% of all new jobs created between 1998 and 2008 projected to be in health services 12 of 30 occupations expected to grow the fastest are concentrated in healthcare Areas of chronic shortage (including, but not limited to) – registered nurses, radiologic technologists, laboratory/technicians/technologists, pharmacists

  21. Four-Year University Fills a Need • Mayo plans continued growth • Educational resource needs to meet employment demand for the next 10 – 20 years. • Growth in need for bachelors and advance degrees • required training and retraining needs from changing certification and accrediting entities • Student base to support a 4 year university in Rochester exists now • Base will grow in the future