Dr. Donald Maus retires after 50 years of community medical service

Dr. Donald Maus began his medical career in 1963, just blocks away from his practice at Monticello Clinic’s current location. Born at the Monticello Hospital, Dr. Maus grew up in his family home on River Street.
He completed his undergraduate studies at the University of St. Thomas in 1958 and attended Medical School at the University of Minnesota from 1958 to 1962. He was inspired to become a physician by his father’s close friendship with Dr. William Hart.
Maus, a family medicine physician at Monticello Clinic, announced his retirement Monday in a news release issued by the Monticello Clinic. See this week’s Monticello Times for more about Dr. Maus’ retirement and his history of medical service to the community.


  • Denise Wallen

    This Community will never fully know the incredible service this man dedicated to us. He may have had all us nurses in tears at one time or another, but he only demanded competent, professional care at all times. He truly gave his life to this community, working extremely long, hard hours. He survived the constant changes and challenges of Health care, cared for all ages, and was a great teacher. Thanks are not enough for this man and his years of dedication. No man deserves more respect than Dr. Maus. May he finally have time for himself and have some fun!