Opened in 1986, Mayo Clinic's campus in Jacksonville, Florida, was the first extension of Mayo Clinic beyond Rochester, Minnesota. At the campus, a cooperative team of specialists provides services in more than 40 medical and surgical specialties. Programs in medical education and research are carried out in concert with patient care activities.
Clinical practice is centered in the Davis Building, Mayo Building & Hospital, and Cannaday Building, all of which are connected by a series of enclosed walkways. Education facilities include classrooms and lecture halls, an extensive library, and a computer lab.
Research on neurological diseases such as Parkinson's and Alzheimer's is carried out in the 12 laboratories of the Birdsall Research Building, while the Griffin Building houses modern cancer research facilities.
Mayo Clinic Hospital, which opened in April 2008, integrates inpatient and outpatient services at Mayo Clinic in Florida. It offers care in more than 20 medical and 15 surgical specialties.
Facts and figures (2014)
- Staff physicians and scientists: 470
- Residents and fellows: 322
- Allied health staff (clinic and hospital): 4,315
- Total: 5,107
Every year, Mayo Clinic serves more than 100,000 patients in Florida.
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