|Description||diagnostic, treatment, and surgical serv|
Mayo Clinic Rochester, a not-for-profit group practice, provides diagnostic, treatment, and surgical services in the United States. The company offers heart care, cancer treatment, transplantation, and neuroscience services. It also operates medical schools that provide courses on anatomy, anesthesiology, cardiology, clinical nutrition, dental, dermatology, emergency and family medicine, gastroenterology, hematology/oncology, internal medicine and subspecialties, laboratory medicine and pathology, neurology and neurologic surgery, obstetrics and gynecology, ophthalmology, pediatrics and adolescent medicine, physical medicine and rehabilitation, radiology, research, surgical specialties, transplant medicine, urology, and women health. In addition, the company offers clinical trails on bone and muscle disease, brain and nerve disease, cancer, digestive disease, endocrine and metabolic disease, genomics and proteomics infectious disease, kidney and urological, and transplant, as well as on heart, lung, and blood. Further, it provides online services to patients, health care providers, and employees. The company offers services through community-based providers in various locations in southern Minnesota, western Wisconsin, and northeast Iowa.
The company is based in Rochester, Minnesota. It has clinic locations in Scottsdale and Phoenix, Arizona; Jacksonville, Florida; and Rochester, Minnesota. Mayo Clinic Rochester operates as a subsidiary of Mayo Foundation For Medical Education And Research.