December 21, 2018

Retiring Mayo Clinic CEO Dr. John Noseworthy

By Karl W Oestreich

Almanac

We did an exit interview with retiring Mayo head Dr. John Noseworthy.

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Additional coverage:

Minneapolis/St.Paul Business Journal, In exit interview, Mayo Clinic's Noseworthy weighs in on accomplishments, regrets and what's next
Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal, Timeline:  Mayo under Noseworthy
Star Tribune, Retiring Mayo CEO reflects on triumphs, tensions at helm of Minnesota's largest employer
KROC-AMNoseworthy will leave Mayo Jan. 1st, ending a nearly 30-year career with the health care giant
Med City Beat, Noseworthy: 'It's been a good run'
KTTC, Mayo Clinic CEO Dr. John Noseworthy reflects on his time in that role
KAAL, Mayo Clinic CEO Dr. Noseworthy looks back at his legacy
Becker’s Hospital Review,7 thoughts on Mayo's philanthropy, controversies and future from retiring CEO Dr. John Noseworthy

Previous coverage on Minnesota Public Radio

Context:  John Noseworthy, M.D. is Mayo Clinic President and CEO. Dr. Noseworthy announced his retirement in February 2018. This decision comes after one of Mayo Clinic’s strongest years in terms of quality and safety; advancement in research, education and the clinical practice; and the completion of a $3.76 billion, eight-year philanthropic campaign.  Gianrico Farrugia, M.D., (jan-REE-koh fa-ROO-jah), vice president, Mayo Clinic, and CEO of Mayo Clinic in Florida will succeed Dr. Noseworthy as president and CEO, Mayo Clinic. Dr. Noseworthy remains president and CEO, Mayo Clinic, through his retirement at the end of the year.

Contacts:  Kelley LucksteinDuska Anastasijevic, Karl Oestreich, Heather Carlson

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