Steve Ommen

Steve Ommen

Associate Dean, Center for Connected Care
Mayo Clinic

Steve Ommen

Dr. Steve R. Ommen is a Professor of Medicine, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Consultant in the Department of Cardiovascular Medicine. He serves as the Director of the Mayo Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy Clinic, the largest and longest-standing dedicated HCM Center in the world. Dr. Ommen is also Co-director of the Structural Heart Disease program, Medical Director for AskMayoExpert, Associate Dean of the Center for Connected Care, and Medical Director, Connected Care Delivery Platform.

Telemedicine and Connected Care

Dr. Ommen leads Mayo Clinic’s telemedicine team, a critical component in Mayo Clinic’s strategy to provide comprehensive, integrated care with a seamless patient experience. He oversees the development of products, services, and systems that bring health care to patients where they need it.

Additionally, he is active in advocating for the advancement of connected care through discussions and presentations at the regional, state, and national levels so that these advancements in health care delivery can be made available to people and patients more broadly.

Awards and Honors

Dr. Ommen has earned many awards throughout his career including the Outstanding Achievement Award in Clinical Cardiology, the Mayo Award of Individual Excellence, the Mayo Award for Team Excellence, the Excellence in Teaching Recognition for Mayo Clinic College of Medicine, and the Outstanding Course Director Award from the Mayo School of Continuing Medical Education.


Dr. Ommen received his Bachelor of Sciences degree in Biomedical Engineering from Northwestern University. His undergraduate medical education, Internal Medicine residency and Cardiovascular Diseases fellowship were all completed at Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota.