Several residency programs are offered in Eau Claire, including Clinical Pastoral Education Residency, Mayo Clinic Family Medicine Residency, Nurse Residency Program and Post-graduate Year One Pharmacy Residency.
Clinical Pastoral Education Residency Program
The Mayo Clinic Health System in Eau Claire Hospital CPE Program has a history extending over 40 years. This one-year residency provides residents of all religious and spiritual backgrounds with an experience-based theological education, distinguished by excellence in multiple medical specialties and interdisciplinary teamwork in the state-of-the-art Mayo Clinic facilities.
Accredited by the ACPE in Level I/II CPE, this relational, experiential, transformational educational process trains future spiritual care leaders in the areas of pastoral formation, competence and reflection, with an emphasis on integrating one’s life experience with ones understanding of spiritual care.
Residents work alongside board-certified chaplains learning the art and best practices of spiritual care. The depth of our training empowers residents to realize their full potential to emotionally support, help alleviate suffering and spiritually strengthen those in their care, as well as themselves.
View the Clinic Pastoral Education Residency Program flyer to learn more about the program and how to apply.
Mayo Clinic Family Medicine Residency Program
Mayo Clinic in Health System in Eau Claire offers a three-year residency program to train the next generation of outstanding primary care physicians to practice full-spectrum family medicine. Resident physicians work alongside faculty to deliver care in state-of-the-art Mayo Clinic facilities in a way that prepares them to become a physician leader. The program's three core teaching principles are guidance, growth and trust.
Whether the teaching takes place in the clinic or hospital, faculty members guide residents in the art and science of medicine, equip and challenge them to grow, and trust them to continually strive to improve care, health and life.
Learn more about the Mayo Clinic Family Medicine Residency Program.
Nurse Residency Program
Mayo Clinic Health System in Northwest Wisconsin offers a year-long nursing education program that provides additional opportunities for newly licensed nurses to develop leadership skills and receive support during the transition from student nurse to competent professional nurse.
Participation in the Nurse Residency Program is an investment in yourself and your future as a nurse leader at Mayo Clinic.
Highlights of the program include:
- Learning sessions throughout your first year of practice
- Group discussions
- Transition support from peers and program leaders
- Active learning methods
All newly-graduated nurses employed at Mayo Clinic Health System in Northwest Wisconsin receive a comprehensive orientation that prepares them for practicing in their nursing specialty environment. The Nurse Residency Program is a rigorous training program that will help you build your leadership and professional skills as well as provide supplemental transition support during the first year of your career. The program is based on the standards set by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) Practice Transition Accreditation Program (PTAP) for RN residencies.
Post-graduate Year One Pharmacy Residency
Mayo Clinic Health System in Eau Claire’s PGY1 Pharmacy Residency Program is designed to provide advanced training in a variety of clinical practice areas within a fully integrated health system. The purpose of the
After completing the Pharmacy Residency Program in Eau Claire, you will be a proficient independent general practitioner capable of providing broad pharmacotherapy knowledge to multiple patient populations. The goal of the program is to provide you with advanced knowledge and skills in a variety of clinical practice areas within a fully integrated health system.
You will apply your skills in acute care and ambulatory pharmacy practice. Some of the service lines include Anticoagulation, Cardiology, Critical Care, Emergency, Infectious Diseases, Medication Therapy Management, Infusion and Oncology. Special emphasis is placed on obtaining a teaching certificate, fundamental research and leadership.
Learn more about the Pharmacy Residency Program, or contact Richard Arndt, program coordinator, at 715-464-2618.