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From prenatal blood pressure checks to well-child visits to stubborn ear infections, three busy moms rely on close-to-home care at the Mobile Health Clinic.
Patients with rash symptoms now can request an on-demand video appointment using the patient portal. Here's how Matt Gauthier used it to quickly get care he needed without leaving home.
Minor health concerns can happen anytime. If you're unsure what to do or who to call, use a free online tool to evaluate your symptoms and receive a care recommendation.
Lung cancer is the No. 1 cause of cancer deaths in the U.S. A new procedure acts like a robotic GPS system to diagnose lung cancer in its earliest stages when it's easier to treat.
Here's a day in the life of this special therapy dog. Maisy is a great addition to a team. She is calm, empathetic and creates joy everywhere she goes. She also happens to be a golden retriever.
The COVID-19 pandemic and increased internet access changed how you shop, travel, work and access health care. Learn how telehealth options like virtual visits are used to help people with cancer.
It's a bus, it's a bookmobile, it's the Mobile Health Clinic. Since summer 2021, this big, blue, fully equipped clinic on wheels has been bringing health care to patients in rural communities.
In the eight years that Prathibha Varkey, M.B.B.S., was away from Mayo Clinic, a few things changed. But one thing remained a constant: Mayo Clinic's patient-focused mission. Read her vision for transforming rural health care while building on past successes.
When Robert Heintz was scheduled for hip revision surgery, he was happy to learn he could recover in the comfort of his own home.
College student Lucas Anderson found that using Patient Online Services on the Mayo Clinic App made it easy for him manage his health care.
Some people may not know they have atrial fibrillation, while others have life-altering symptoms. New advanced treatment options help keep the heart in normal rhythm and reduce the risk of stroke.
Video appointments, a form of telehealth, are seeing more use during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read about one patient's first video appointment experience her advice for other patients.