John A. Occhino, MD, MS
Danette M. Anderson
200 First St., SW
Rochester, MN 55905
Brian Linder, MD
John Gebhart, MD
Christopher Klingele, MD
Emanuel Trabuco, MD
Steven Siegel, MD
3-Year Fellowship for Urology or OB/GYN in our ACGME (2013) accredited program
Number of Fellows: 1 per year per discipline
The Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery (FPMRS) Fellowship at Mayo Clinic's campus in Rochetser, Minnesota, is a three-year subspecialty training program for obstetrics and gynecology and urology physicians who wish to specialize in female pelvic medicine and reconstructive pelvic surgery.
The fellowship provides experience in the management of complex benign pelvic surgery, including and beyond incontinence and prolapse. It offers the opportunity to acquire the practical knowledge and medical and surgical skills needed to identify, evaluate and treat the spectrum of disorders affecting the lower genitourinary tract. The goal of the fellowship is to prepare candidates for subspecialty board certification and a career in academic medicine.
The Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery Fellowship offers:
- A broad spectrum of experience in pelvic surgery, with an emphasis on urogynecology and reconstructive pelvic surgery, as well as experience in radical pelvic surgery, complex abdominal surgery and colorectal surgery.
- A multispecialty approach to the evaluation and management of urinary incontinence and pelvic floor disorders that includes specialists from gastroenterology, urology, neurology, colorectal surgery, and physical medicine and rehabilitation
- Training that emphasizes clinical evaluation, including urodynamics and cystoscopy, as well as nonsurgical treatments for a wide range of urogynecologic and pelvic floor dysfunctions
- The opportunity to obtain a master's of biomedical science degree in female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery
- An extensive conference and didactic schedule focused on urogynecology and reconstructive pelvic surgery, pelvic floor dysfunction, congenital anomalies, neuro-urology, and general gynecologic surgery
- Five fellowship-trained urogynecologists as primary faculty
- Two advanced-practice providers focusing on nonsurgical management of pelvic organ prolapse