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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 provider 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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Conversations when kids test positive for COVID-19

COVID-19 cases among children are on the rise across the country. Parents have been asking lots of questions on how to talk with their children about a positive test. Here are a few tips.

Jennifer Brumm MD By Jennifer Brumm October 15, 2021
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Want to ease chronic inflammation? Start with your grocery list

Chronic inflammation can lead to a multitude of health conditions. Learn how the choices you make at the grocery store can reduce inflammation and improve your health.

October 14, 2021
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Getting to the heart of it: Irregular patterns alert to alarming condition

Dan O'Bryan didn't think his mild symptoms were anything to worry about. The Mayo Clinic team remotely monitoring his heart saw something different and urgent.

October 13, 2021
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Balancing the risks, benefits of alcohol

Can drinking alcohol in moderation be good for your health? It's possible, but you need to balance the risks and benefits. Learn more before you raise a glass.

Jamie Pronschinske RDN CD By Jamie Pronschinske October 12, 2021
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Upper airway stimulation therapy restores couple's restful nights

Jerry Wojtkiewicz woke up many mornings more tired than when he went to bed because of sleep apnea. Now, he's sleeping well and waking refreshed thanks to upper airway stimulation therapy.

October 11, 2021
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5 tips to keep burnout at bay

We aren't programmed to go through life without rest, solitude or downtime. With everything going on, it’s easy to get blindsided by stress and burnout. Here are 5 tips for keeping burnout at bay.

Tiffany Casper DO By Tiffany Casper October 8, 2021
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Could you be depressed?

Do you always feel tired or not like "you" anymore? Have you lost interest in hobbies that you used to love? Learn about depression, and get tips to help you feel more like yourself.

Daniel Lynch, L.P.C. By Daniel Lynch October 7, 2021
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Ending the pandemic of misinformation, misperception

Misinformation continues to slow efforts to bring COVID-19 under control. In this webinar, a Mayo Clinic expert explains the state and direction of the pandemic, along with the harm posed by untruths.

October 7, 2021