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A Special Project Associate at Mayo Clinic is a temporary position intended to assist in executing… Mayo Clinic

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    Once Great Organization Has Lost Its Values and Culture

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    Current Employee - Physician in Jacksonville, FL
    Current Employee - Physician in Jacksonville, FL

    I have been working at Mayo Clinic full-time (more than 10 years)


    Mayo still has reasonable health coverage benefits and vacation allowances


    I trained at Mayo and have been on staff for years. The institution merely pays lip service to their values of "the needs of the patent come first", the "unhurried exam" and so many others which, when previously in practice, made us unique. We have now become little different from any community hospital. Everything at Mayo in Jacksonville ( and to a lesser degree in Rochester) is focused on "Six Sigma", "Lean" or any other term you can think about which focuses on cutting costs as the sole focus of our business plan. We have lost myriad high quality physicians to local competitors because we did not support them in what the need to continue to provide the best care. Our competitors appear not to have the same myopic vision our leadership has exhibited and these departed staff report being very happy elsewhere. MD Anderson is coming to Jacksonville shortly. They smell weakness here at Mayo and well they should. This is an institution which, I suspect, may not be here in 5 years at the rate of decline we are seeing.

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    Listen to your front line staff, and, most of all, put leadership in place which !) actually has business school training and 2) don't always think their the smartest guys in the room. The arrogance of the current leadership is breathtaking.

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