Services and Treatments
Breast CareMaintaining your breast health is important. Learn about common breast health concerns, self-care resources and when to see your provider.
Diagnostic ImagingGeneral and advanced techniques to take images of the body, which help your physician diagnose and provide the care you need.
Family MedicineGet care for your entire family, from prenatal care to geriatrics, including annual exams, well-child visits, diagnostics, immunizations, screenings and referrals to specialty care.
Genetic Counseling (Inherited Diseases)Genetic counseling provides education and support for those considering genetic testing to identify genes that indicate risk of inheriting or developing certain diseases.
HospiceIndividualized and family-centered care for persons during their final journey of life, in the setting they call home.
Inherited Diseases (Genetics)Genetic counseling provides education and support for those considering genetic testing to identify genes that indicate risk of inheriting or developing certain diseases.
MammographySpecialized X-rays of the breast to aid in the early detection of breast cancer. A yearly mammogram is recommended for women age 40 and older.
MidwiferyMidwives offer safe, personalized care for women's gynecological health issues.
Nurse Line Triage
Our nurse line, a service for Mayo Clinic Health System patients and residents of the communities we serve, provides access to around-the-clock advice.
Prenatal CareGood prenatal care is an important part of a healthy pregnancy to give you and your baby the best possible beginning.
Primary care is your first resource for health care, and where you go for checkups and routine medical appointments.