Overall Reviews at Mayo Clinic
Registered Nurse | Phoenix, AZ | Jan 17, 2020
Mayo is a good place to work
Nice place to work and grow and retire. very good benefits. flexible hours. Friendly managers and coworkers. many opportunities to improve skills and educations.
Technologist | Rochester, MN | Apr 19, 2020
Mayo cares about its employees and has a great work environment
Laboratory management was present for leadership, but respected our technical abilities, and did not have to micromanage employees. My coworkers were my work family, and shifts were busy but enjoyable.
Technical Project Manager | Rochester, MN | Dec 17, 2019
Excellent opportunity to give back to others
While working at the Mayo Clinic the organization stressed purpose and meaning for providing your best giving back to others through your work. It was very fulfilling to work for an organization that was truly a place that took care of others.
Patient Coordinator | Rochester, MN | Mar 9, 2020
Facilitate patient visits and support the health care provider by anticipating and responding to patient needs and request of the health care tea
It was fullfilling to help patients who need help with their serious medical needs. Could be stressful at times, but the best part of the day was hearing a patient say "thank you so much for listening to me and assisting me when I needed it the most."
Administrative Assistant | Rochester, MN | Jan 6, 2020
Not worthy it
It just depends on what you are looking for in a company. I am looking for flexibility and a straight answer and honesty. If that is you, this is not the place for you.
ProsThe patients always come first and that matters
ConsEmployees get the short end of the stick
Quality Assurance Engineer | Rochester, MN | Dec 5, 2019
Great place to work
I love working for Mayo. My job is rewarding, and there are opportunities for advancement. I feel valued and supported as an employee and team member. The pay and benefits are great, and I am proud to be a part of such a well-known and respected organization.
Manager | Arizona | Nov 2, 2019
What’s in a name? More money.
Protecting the brand is Mayo Clinic’s top priority. The name allows Mayo to charge more, which in turn shows up in fancy lobbies and high-tech medical devices that attract high-margin patients and the cycle repeats. There’s no secret sauce though, Mayo lives on brand power, but behind the curtain it is the same people that rotate through other health systems running the operations.
Patient Care Technician | Jacksonville, FL | Feb 17, 2020
As a PCT, very strenuous and stressful. Loved my patients! It was 12 straight hours of running, lifting and anything else that I could do to help the nurses.Besides the physical demands, the work was fascinating! I do feel that SICU was very understaffed as far as PCT's go.
Appointment Coordinator | Rochester, MN | Nov 14, 2019
I would offer or request a more competitive wage. For as well known as the Mayo Clonic is you would think it would offer more to the clinical staff who do majority of the work.
Medical Transcriptionist | Rochester, MN | Nov 23, 2018
Good place to work.
A typical day at work was demanding and challenging but in a good way. As a transcriptionist, one was expected to produce highly accurate and timely work, but it was rewarding work. I loved working from home and really enjoyed what I did for Mayo. The hardest part of the job was having little direct contact with fellow coworkers but the rewarding duties of the job and being able got work from home helped to balance out the cons. I learned so much working at Mayo, much in the way of different medical specialties, and also got to watch Mayo grow.