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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.
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Innovative treatment options
Innovative and minimally invasive treatment at Mayo Clinic Health System can greatly reduce or eliminate pain and restore mobility and function. Through surgical expertise and technology, some treatments which may have previously required a hospital stay, may now be available as same-day procedures.
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Convenient Care
Having a Patient Online Services account opens up many convenient care options at Mayo Clinic Health System. You can access Express Care Online, participate in video appointments, view your lab results, medication, and immunization lists, communicate with your care team through secure messages, and schedule appointments online.
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What’s Happening In the Community

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Why it's important to support kids who identify as LGBTQ and may be struggling

The teen years are challenging, but for LGBTQ youth, statistics for mental health issues and suicide risk are alarming. Supporting LGBTQ youth who are struggling starts with lending a listening ear.

June 24, 2022
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LGBTQ+ health: Easing fears of seeking care

People who identify as LGBTQ+ face specific health concerns. Find out how to ease fear of seeking care and find a trustworthy, affirming health care team.

Sara Robinson, M.D. By Sara Robinson June 23, 2022
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COVID-19 vaccines for infants, toddlers

FDA advisers voted unanimously to recommend emergency-use authorization for Moderna and Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccines for young children. A Mayo Clinic expert shares what this means for parents.

June 22, 2022
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Plant power: Using diet to lower cancer risk

Fruits and veggies may lower the risk of certain types of cancer. Learn how phytochemicals found in plants protect your body from damage and slow down cancer processes.

Grace Fjeldberg RDN By Grace Fjeldberg June 21, 2022
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Coming out as LGBTQ to your health care professional

LGBTQ people may not want to share their sexual identity or orientation with a health care professional if they've experienced stigma in the past. Find out why it’s important to share.

June 21, 2022
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African American women need to take their hearts to heart

Heart disease is the leading cause of death for African American women. Learn more about the wide range of contributing factors and first steps toward a healthier heart.

Monique Freund MD By Monique Freund June 20, 2022
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Intermittent fasting: Fad or valid weight-loss solution?

One of the latest diet trends is intermittent fasting. But is it healthy? Learn about the different approaches and if it's a safe weight-loss option for you.

Romi Londre RDN By Romi Londre June 17, 2022
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Fostering resiliency in children

Resiliency is the ability to become strong, healthy or successful after something bad happens. Learn how you can provide support and help build resiliency when children face bullying, illness or divorce.

Julie Conway MS LPC By Julie Conway June 16, 2022