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Human Resources

November 30, 2009

Purposeful rounding anticipates patients’ needs

By Jennifer Lineburg Jennifer Lineburg

The multidisciplinary team of the 5 North unit has developed a nursing care model that will improve the quality of care for patients by focusing on safety, outcomes, and satisfaction.

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November 17, 2009

Patients’ Library

By Debbie Fuehrer Debbie Fuehrer

Diversity is a key point in our libraries, and I feel so lucky that this strength is emphasized by management and coworkers. I oversee the daily operations of Rochester Methodist Hospital’s Patients’ Library where I serve a wide range of patrons from many states, countries, religions, beliefs, backgrounds and cultures. I am also encouraged to […]

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Tags: library, patient, patient library, Rochester Methodist Hospital

October 27, 2009

Mayo Clinic’s Health-Care Career Festival a Success with Students

By Randy Schwarz Randy Schwarz

The Mayo Clinic Healthcare Career Festival was held October 6 in Rochester, Minn., and was a huge success with nearly 800 high school students from 45 different schools visiting the festival. The festival, in it’s fifth year, is designed to educate area students about career awareness education and information about careers in healthcare. It also […]

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Tags: career awareness, careers, Healthcare, human resources, Mayo Clinic, students

October 26, 2009

Mayo Clinic named one of the Best Workplaces for Commuters

By Randy Schwarz Randy Schwarz

Mayo Clinic recently received an award for being one of the “Best Workplaces for Commuters” during 2009–2010. The “Best Workplaces for Commuters” award is part of an innovative membership program that recognizes organizations that offer outstanding commuter benefits, such as: Free or low-cost bus passes Shuttle services Car pool programs Guaranteed rides home Bicycle parking […]

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Tags: Best Work Places, Commuters, human resources, Mayo Clinic

October 22, 2009

The joys and benefits of adoption

By Jennifer Lineburg Jennifer Lineburg

“The numberous resources offered by Mayo Clinic for employees looking to adopt, reminded me why I feel so lucky to work at this institution.”
— Dana Baker

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Tags: adoption, Employee Stories, Mayo Clinic in Florida

September 28, 2009

Interview with a New Nurse Manager in Florida

By Jennifer Lineburg Jennifer Lineburg

Linda Rhodes, coordinator of Management Development, recently interviewed the new nurse manager of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Orthopedic Surgery at Mayo Clinic’s campus in Florida. She talks about her experience throughout orientation and her transition from Mayo Clinic’s Arizona campus.

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Tags: Employee Stories, Mayo Clinic Florida

September 17, 2009

Mayo Clinic receives an award from INROADS

By Randy Schwarz Randy Schwarz

Mayo Clinic recently received a Corporate Plus award from INROADS’ Minneapolis-Saint Paul affiliate for its commitment and partnership with the national internship organization. INROADS helps train and place minority youth in corporate internships at top Fortune companies. Mayo Clinic has partnered with INROADS since the mid-1980s, sponsoring between two and eight students each summer. In […]

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Tags: INROADS, internships

August 27, 2009

“Nursing at Mayo Clinic” wins a Telly!

By Yvette martin Yvette martin

The most recent recruitment video created for Nursing at Mayo Clinic’s Rochester campus has been awarded a bronze Telly Award! The Telly Awards are the premier award honoring “outstanding local, regional and cable TV commercials and programs; the finest video and film productions; and online film and video.” There are more than 13,000 videos submitted […]

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Tags: Awards, nursing jobs, Nursing video, online video

August 25, 2009

Clinical Nurse Specialist – A Day in the Life at Mayo Clinic

By Yvette martin Yvette martin

A Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS) is an advanced practice nurse who works with nursing staff to advance nursing practices, improve patient outcomes, and provide clinical expertise to affect system-wide changes. CNS hold at least a masters degree in Nursing and have completed the certification process issued by the American Nurses Credentialing Center. Mayo Clinic’s Arizona […]

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Tags: Advanced Practice Nursing, Clinical Nurse Specialist, nursing, Nursing Careers, nursing jobs

July 14, 2009

College students call Mayo Clinic “Ideal”

By CSMMayo CSMMayo

Each year, Universum Communications hits the inbox of thousands of students across the United States, surveying them as to their preferred employers and employment attributes. And according to the more than 60,000 U.S. undergraduates surveyed this year, Mayo Clinic is an “Ideal” employer! With a 2009 ranking of 20th, Mayo has now appeared on the […]

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Tags: college graduates, human resources, internship, recognition

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