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Southeastern Minnesota is a great place to live and work!
A Growing Medical Service
Olmsted Medical Center has enjoyed significant growth—both in patient volume and in expertise—since its founding in 1949. The practice is both challenging and rewarding, combining both professional growth and personal development.
Rochester is unique, offering a variety of sports and recreational activities for all members of the family. Parks, golf courses, tennis courts, bike and walking trails abound in Rochester, while expansive state parks and the state's more than 10,000 lakes are just a drive away.
Education and More!
In Rochester, you'll find nearly 40 elementary, secondary, private, and public schools, as well as two- and four-year college programs and opportunities for graduate studies. Rochester is a city that's known for its outstanding educational opportunities.
An Opportunity to Continue Professional Development
Olmsted Medical Center clinicians maintain a close relationship with the entire Rochester medical community; patient referrals and continuing education are only two of the many benefits enjoyed by Rochester's medical professionals.
The twin metropolitan cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul are just 50 minutes by car from Rochester, allowing area residents to enjoy the diversity of the Twin Cities while living within the hometown atmosphere of Rochester.
A World-Renowned Medical Community
Home to Mayo Clinic and IBM, the City of Rochester is recognized throughout the world as a destination medical, technical, and entrepreneurial center. If you're looking for a diverse and high-performance professional community that offers plenty of midwestern charm, Rochester might be your place! Visit the website of Rochester Greeters to learn more and explore.
Equal Employment Opportunity
Olmsted Medical Center will provide equal opportunity for employment to all individuals regardless of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, status with regard to public assistance, marital or veteran status, creed or sexual orientation. Such action includes, but is not limited to, recruitment, hiring, job assignment, training, reclassification, transfer, discipline, compensation, benefits, and professional opportunities.