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Associate-ME&C Fellowship Program

The ME&C Fellowship Program is a one-year advanced learning experience designed to develop outstanding individuals committed to a career in health systems engineering.  The Associate will gain practical experience from opportunities in planning, development, implementation, evaluation and/or improvement of clinical, administrative, and/or operational systems, processes, and procedures. 

Opportunities within the position

  • Upon successful completion of the one-year program, participants may have the opportunity to apply for a permanent position.

Professional development opportunities

  • Structured on-boarding program to learn about ME&C and Mayo Clinic
  • Formal mentorship program to connect with experienced Mayo Clinic employees
  • Courses specific to the work of ME&C to enhance knowledge and skills
  • Mayo Clinic courses to improve communication and leadership skills
  • Scholarly activity including the Mayo Quality Fellowship Program certification

"THE ME&C ASSOCIATE FELLOWSHIP PROGRAM HELPED ME TRANSITION SMOOTHLY FROM A GRADUATE PROGRAM TO A PROFESSIONAL WORK ENVIRONMENT. THROUGHOUT MY EXPERIENCE I HAD THE OPPORTUNITY TO COLLABORATE WITH AMAZING COLLEAGUES/MENTORS ON A VARIETY OF PROJECTS, WHICH ENABLED ME TO LEARN WHILE PROVIDING MY CLIENTS WITH TANGIBLE RESULTS THAT IMPROVED STAFF/PATIENT SATISFACTION AND HEALTHCARE OUTCOMES."

LUQING L., SENIOR HEALTH SYSTEMS ENGINEER

Health Systems Engineer (HSE)

Health systems engineers integrate organization and industry knowledge with innovative consumer and staff centered methods, advanced analytics, digital technology and change management to accelerate the discovery, translation and application of solutions to meet strategic business objectives and priorities. HSEs typically partner with leaders, multi-disciplinary teams and subject matter experts to determine and drive the best practice approach, framework and methods to accomplish business priorities. 

Opportunities within the position

  • Health System Engineers have the opportunity to advance to more senior positions based on tenure and experience; these positions include Senior, Principal, and Senior Principal Health Systems Engineers.
  • Management and leadership opportunities are available within the department by becoming a unit or section leader or throughout the institution in operations manager or administrative positions.

Professional development opportunities

  • Structured on-boarding program to learn about ME&C and Mayo Clinic
  • Formal mentorship program to connect with experienced Mayo Clinic employees
  • Courses specific to the work of ME&C to enhance knowledge and skills
  • Mayo Clinic courses to improve communication and leadership skills
  • Scholarly activity including the Mayo Quality Fellowship Program certification and Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Science Academic Appointment
Siddarth S., Senior Health Systems Engineer

"As a Senior Health Systems Engineer, I build relationships with consumers and departments by understanding their challenges and developing transformative solutions. I collaborate with the brightest minds in healthcare here at Mayo Clinic, supporting them with various methodologies like advanced analytics, AI, strategic planning, and designing end-to-end business solutions. I enjoy learning and sharing something new every day with my colleagues, who make ME&C a fantastic place to work."

Siddarth S., Senior Health Systems Engineer