Saturday, June 17, 2006

Technical Director and Nurse Supervisor, The Mayo Clinic Section of Aerospace Medicine in Rochester , Minn

Technical Director and Nurse Supervisor

The Mayo Clinic Section of Aerospace Medicine in Rochester , Minn. , will open a hyperbaric and altitude medicine program in Fall 2007 to provide hyperbaric oxygen therapy for patients and clinical research. The facility will include hypobaric capability to conduct altitude physiology and applied research for aerospace technology.

We are currently seeking a Technical Director and Nurse Supervisor for this new and exciting initiative.

The chamber will be a multiplace, triple lock 3/6 ATA rectangular system with two treatment compartments each accommodating 12 patients. It is being built by Fink Engineering of Cheltenham, Victoria, Australia. Medical Multiplex, Inc., of Louisville , Ky. , has been enlisted to consult on operational planning and training.

Mayo Clinic, one of Fortune magazine’s “100 Best Companies to Work For,” offers an excellent salary and benefits package. To learn more about Mayo Clinic and Rochester , MN , visit For additional information regarding these opportunities, please contact:

Paul L. Claus, M.D., Medical Director

Mayo Clinic Hyperbaric & Altitude Medicine Program

Phone: 507-266-4602

Fax: 507-266-0909


Dr. Claus will be attending both the Hyperbaric Medicine 2006 Symposium ( March 23-25, 2006 ) in Columbia , South Carolina and the 2006 Annual UHMS Scientific meeting ( June 22-24, 2006 ) in Orlando Florida . Interested individuals attending those meetings may be reached through Medical Multiplex, Inc. representatives at their booth.

Mayo Clinic is an affirmative action and equal opportunity employer.