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Testing expands Rice County’s response to the pandemic, especially for the underserved
Mayo Clinic Health System is requesting community donations of fabric masks to help keep patients, visitors and staff safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Upon careful review of patient needs and our practice, and in alignment with the executive orders from Governor Walz and the Minnesota Department of Health, Mayo Clinic Health System locations in M...
Upon careful review of patient needs and our practice, and in alignment with the executive orders from Governor Evers and the Wisconsin Department of Health Services, Mayo Clinic Health System in L...
Patients don’t have to be tech-savvy to take advantage of online care.
Guidelines are intended to help provide direction for specified donations and locations where donations are accepted in Southeast Minnesota.
As the COVID-19 pandemic evolves, Mayo Clinic Health System continues to assess and adjust practices to best protect the safety of patients, visitors and staff.
Beginning Monday, April 13, patients and visitors will be required to wear a personal homemade or cloth mask while on any Mayo property and are highly encouraged to bring their own cloth masks to h...
Select clinics and services in Northwest Wisconsin will switch to phone and video visits only beginning April 13.
Changes take effect the week of April 6.
Over the next two weeks, Pepin will make about 200,000 face shields for Mayo.
Patients encouraged to call their local clinic first; respiratory clinic space now designated in Southeast Minnesota
Patients are encouraged to call first before before coming to any clinic or hospital. You will be triaged to the right setting of care based on your symptoms.
Diane Baier needed a last-minute surgical procedure before a planned trip, but then the COVID-19 pandemic changed how health care was delivered. Learn how changes the surgical team made kept her and others safe.
Chad Meacham slipped and ruptured a disk in his neck, which required surgery. Learn how enhanced safety measures during the COVID-19 pandemic protect him and others during surgery.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, parents are thoughtful about bringing children to public spaces, including clinics. However, families should keep children on the recommended vaccine schedule. Learn why.
The "what comes next" question is important in our society today as we deal with the COVID-19 pandemic. So what do we do now? Here are three ways we can choose to deal with dubious times.
The CDC recommends everyone wear a mask while in public. We'll help you find the best options for you and your family.
Debbie Doble was diagnosed with breast cancer, but the COVID-19 pandemic halted face-to-face appointments. Find out how she continued care from the convenience of her home using video visits.
People with underlying lung conditions, such as asthma or COPD, have been identified as having an increased risk of developing serious respiratory complications from COVID-19. Get tips to prevent getting the virus.
Patients recovering from stroke and orthopedic surgery, and children experiencing speech difficulties are among the growing number of patients now using video visits. Discover the benefits of rehab therapy video visits.
With stay-at-home orders, now is the time to focus on minimizing exposures and spread of COVID-19. One way to accomplish this is by managing any new viral symptoms at home. What does that mean?
COVID-19 affects people in different ways. Kari Houser, a Mayo Clinic Health System staff member, shares her family's story of their recent diagnosis and recovery.
When you learn you have cancer, the natural reaction is to want it out of your body as quickly as possible. Lisa Carlson recently was diagnosed with breast cancer and can attest to that.
Craig Bell says he started to feel ill and was experiencing cold-like symptoms that progressively worsened. After testing positive for COVID-19, he was admitted to the ICU.