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A

Anticoagulation

Follow-up care for patients with heart disease, which includes the administration of an anticoagulant drug to help prevent blood clots.

B

Bones (Orthopedics)

Care for individuals with issues related to muscles, bones and joints from the simplest to the most complex orthopedic conditions.

Breast Care

Maintaining your breast health is important. Learn about common breast health concerns, self-care resources and when to see your provider.

C

Cardiac Rehabilitation

Cardiac rehabilitation helps people make lifestyle changes that may improve their health and reduce the risk of future health problems.

Cardiology (Heart)

Care for diseases, conditions of the heart and blood circulatory system.

D

Diabetes Education

Teaching individuals with diabetes how to live healthier through training, monitoring, medication tracking, activities and education.

Diagnostic Imaging

General and advanced techniques to take images of the body, which help your physician diagnose and provide the care you need.

E

Emergency Medicine

We are ready 24-hours a day to provide care for all types of emergencies.

F

Family Medicine

Get care for your entire family, from prenatal care to geriatrics, including annual exams, well-child visits, diagnostics, immunizations, screenings and referrals to specialty care.

Foot & Ankle (Podiatry)

Comprehensive medical and surgical care for common to complex problems of the skin, muscles, ligaments, nerves and bones of the foot and ankle.

G

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.

H

Hand (Orthopedics)

Care for individuals with issues related to muscles, bones and joints from the simplest to the most complex orthopedic conditions.

Heart (Cardiology)

Care for diseases, conditions of the heart and blood circulatory system.

Hospice

Individualized and family-centered care for persons during their final journey of life, in the setting they call home.

I

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.

L

Laboratory (Pathology)

General and advanced techniques used to examine blood and tissue samples to help your physician diagnose diseases and conditions.

M

Mammography

Specialized 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.

Medication Therapy Management

Medication therapy management provides education and consultations for the medications you are taking.

N

Nutrition

Nutrition counseling is a great way to improve your health and wellness.

O

Occupational Therapy

Therapeutic care to restore quality of life if an injury, disability or illness is affecting your ability to perform everyday tasks.

Orthopedic Surgery

Orthopedic surgeons are dedicated to the care and surgery of bones, joints, muscles, tendons and nerves.

Orthopedics

Care for individuals with issues related to muscles, bones and joints from the simplest to the most complex orthopedic conditions.

P

Pathology (Laboratory)

General and advanced techniques used to examine blood and tissue samples to help your physician diagnose diseases and conditions.

Physical Therapy

Therapeutic care to restore movement and function to people affected by disease, injury or age.

Podiatry (Foot & Ankle)

Comprehensive medical and surgical care for common to complex problems of the skin, muscles, ligaments, nerves and bones of the foot and ankle.

Prenatal Care

Good prenatal care is an important part of a healthy pregnancy to give you and your baby the best possible beginning.

Primary Care

Primary care is your first resource for health care and where you go for checkups and routine medical appointments.

Psychiatry & Psychology

Our specialists provide expert assessment and care to adults, teenagers and children who have mental, addictive and emotional disorders.

R

Radiology and Imaging

General and advanced techniques to take images of the body, which help your physician diagnose and provide the care you need.

Rehabilitation Therapies

Helping patients return to the most normal, active and satisfying life possible by restoring function, improving mobility and relieving pain.

S

Senior Services

Mayo Clinic Health System providers care for Mayo Clinic Health System patients living in local nursing homes.

Social Services

Dedicated to assisting you with your emotional, medical, financial and behavioral health needs.

Sports Medicine

Helping prevent and treat athletic injuries and chronic problems that may affect athletic performance.

T

Transitional Care

Mayo Post Acute Care offers transitional care in a community hospital setting for patients recovering from illness, injury or surgery.

Trauma (Emergency Medicine)

We are ready 24-hours a day to provide care for all types of emergencies.

W

Women's Health

We offer care focusing on the unique health needs of women from adolescence through adulthood.

Wound Care

Wound care is for those with severe or chronic wounds and surgical incisions.