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By working together and sharing the knowledge and expertise that only Mayo Clinic can provide, we bring the experience and specialized care of Mayo Clinic to you.

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Every aspect of your care is coordinated, and teams of experts work together to provide exactly the right care at the right time in the right place.

Close to Home

With so many locations, you won’t have to travel far to get the care you need; some care can even be delivered through virtual appointments.
Diverse and Inclusive Care

Diverse and Inclusive Care

We're committed to transformational change to reduce health care disparities and create an empowered, diverse and inspired workforce who are dedicated to the health and well-being of our communities.
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Quality and Innovation

Quality and Innovation

We understand what it means to bear the name of the nation’s No. 1 hospital, which is why we deliver patient care that meets Mayo Clinic's standards for safety and quality.
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What’s Happening In the Community

Advanced technologies, techniques redefine hip and knee replacements

Breakthroughs in hip and knee replacements are reshaping orthopedic care and providing patients with pain-free movement and faster recovery. Learn about these new approaches.

Brandon Bukowski, M.D. By Brandon Bukowski April 11, 2024

'Tech neck': Technology's effect on your neck

Almost half of Americans report using their smartphones four to five hours daily. Your posture and the time spent using a screened device can increase your chances of having a "tech neck."

April 10, 2024

Foreign travel plans? What to know about influenza before you go

Did you know influenza is the most common, vaccine-preventable disease for travelers? Be a smart traveler, and talk to your healthcare team about flu vaccination before your trip.

Jessica Sheehy PAC By Jessica Sheehy April 4, 2024

Maximize your running potential with cross-training

Preparing for race day requires logging lots of miles, but cross-training can help reduce injuries, build strength and enhance your performance. Learn how to work it into your training program.

Joel Luedke, L.A.T. By Joel Luedke April 3, 2024

Organ donation: Don't let these myths confuse you

Over 100,000 people in the U.S. are waiting for an organ transplant. Being an organ donor is a generous, worthwhile decision that can be lifesaving. Get answers to 10 common organ donation myths.

Jason Beckermann, M.D. By Jason Beckermann April 2, 2024

How to watch the solar eclipse safely

Viewing an eclipse is memorable, but eye experts stress doing it safely. Looking into any type of eclipse — partial or total — poses severe risks to your eyes. Read tips for safe eclipse viewing.

Robert Friese OD By Robert Friese April 1, 2024

A tale of cancer worth hearing

Carole Reisinger tells people not to put off colonoscopy screening and to pay attention to symptoms. After being diagnosed with two types of cancer, she knows the importance of cancer screenings.

March 29, 2024

Bone-anchored implants: Treating your child's hearing loss

Hearing loss in children can have a profound impact on their speech, social and emotional development. Learn about one technique for helping children hear.

Katie Dease, Au.D. By Katie Dease March 25, 2024