Mayo Clinic's campuses in Phoenix and Scottsdale, Arizona, offer services in more than 65 specialty and surgical disciplines, including outstanding programs in cancer treatment and organ transplantation. Since opening in Scottsdale in 1987, Mayo Clinic in Arizona has evolved into an integrated system throughout the Phoenix metropolitan area.
The Mayo Clinic Building, a five-story outpatient clinic in Scottsdale, serves as the heart of the campus, offering state-of-the-art clinical and educational facilities. The building includes approximately 240 exam rooms, an outpatient surgery center equipped for general anesthesia, a full-service laboratory, a pharmacy and an endoscopy suite.
For trainees, the Scottsdale campus features a large auditorium for patient, staff and student education programs; multiple classrooms and lecture halls; an extensive library; and a computer lab.
In Scottsdale, basic and translational research takes place in the Collaborative Research Building and Samuel C. Johnson Research Building, where scientists, trainees and students explore molecular genetics, molecular immunology, molecular and cell biology, molecular chemistry, and surgical research.
The highly advanced Mayo Clinic Hospital in northeast Phoenix opened in 1998 and is the first hospital entirely designed and built by Mayo Clinic. It has been recognized several times by Phoenix magazine as the "Best Hospital in Phoenix." The Phoenix campus also houses the Mayo Clinic Education Center.
Facts and figures (2015)
- Staff physicians and scientists: 557
- Residents and fellows: 244
- Allied health staff (clinic and hospital): 5,422
- Total: 6,223
Every year, Mayo Clinic serves more than 100,000 patients in Arizona.
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