About Mayo Clinic Health System
About Mayo Clinic Health System
Mayo Clinic Health System is a family of clinics, hospitals and other healthcare facilities with physical presence in 44 communities in four regions in southern Minnesota, western Wisconsin and northern Iowa. We serve more than 600,000 patients each year in facilities ranging from large regional medical centers with hospitals to rural primary care clinics, including:
- 16 hospitals
- 44 multispecialty clinics
- One mobile health clinic
Our providers bring the knowledge and expertise of Mayo Clinic to these communities and surrounding areas to ensure our patients receive world-class healthcare close to home. Patients have access to a full spectrum of healthcare options, with more than 100 medical and surgical services and specialties available throughout the system. To best meet the unique needs of the communities we serve, patients receive quality healthcare at our sites and, when needed, can receive highly specialized care at Mayo Clinic's campus in Rochester, Minnesota.
Our mission, vision and values
To inspire hope and contribute to health and well-being by providing the best care to every patient through integrated clinical practice, education and research.
Mayo Clinic will provide an unparalleled experience as the most trusted partner for healthcare.
- Value statement
The needs of the patient come first.
Mayo Clinic Health System has experienced substantial growth in research requests during the last three years. We employ dedicated research staff in all of our four regions, as well as numerous research temporary professionals to work and train alongside investigators.
Sites in Eau Claire and La Crosse have collaborative research agreements with the University of Wisconsin to establish a path for students and faculty to expand their ideas and career path and support patient opportunities for Mayo Clinic investigators.
Twenty-one sponsored Research and Innovation collaboration projects have been awarded to fund various science, student projects, quality initiatives and patient-directed research studies to support research growth in the Northwest Wisconsin region.
We deployed new COVID-19 research trials during 2020 to help meet the changing needs of our patients.
Mayo Clinic School of Health Sciences is committed to educating the health professionals of the future, both to meet the needs of Mayo Clinic, as well as to spread the Mayo culture and philosophy of healthcare beyond the walls of the institution. The school's goal is to be a national and international leader in the transformation of health sciences education.
Consider these statistics:
- Programs — 205
- Professions — 60
- Enrollment — 1,936
- Graduates — 1,159
Mayo Clinic Health System is an integral part of Mayo Clinic's medical and scientific educational programs. The Mayo Clinic Family Medicine Residency Program consistently is ranked in the top 10 programs nationally, and more than 80% of clinical rotations for the physician assistant training program are hosted. The experience gained through these residencies helps prepare physicians, advance practice providers, pharmacists and other professionals to bring Mayo Clinic-quality care to the local communities where they choose to establish their medical careers.
Residency program offerings include:
- Clinical Pastoral Education — Eau Claire, Wisconsin
- Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist — La Crosse, Wisconsin
- Family Medicine — Eau Claire, Wisconsin; La Crosse, Wisconsin; Kasson, Minnesota; and Mankato, Minnesota
- Nurse Practitioner — Mankato, Minnesota
- Pharmacy — Eau Claire and La Crosse, Wisconsin
- Physician Assistant student rotation and training — Mankato, Minnesota