Mayo Clinic in Phoenix/Scottsdale, Ariz., opened in 1987 as a premier academic medical center in the southwestern United States, where medical research and education are fully integrated with delivering the highest-quality patient care.
Campus activity at Mayo Clinic in Arizona is centered around a beautiful five-story outpatient clinic. This modern facility contains 240 exam rooms, an outpatient surgery center equipped for general anesthesia, a full-service laboratory and a pharmacy.
Also available are a patient-education library, an endoscopy suite and a 188-seat auditorium for patient, staff and student education programs. Services in more than 66 medical and surgical disciplines are provided, including programs in cancer treatment and organ transplantation.
The campus offers excellent education facilities, including classrooms, lecture halls, an extensive library and computer lab. The Samuel C. Johnson Research Center, a 75,000-square-foot research building, houses scientists, trainees and students focused on molecular genetics, molecular immunology, molecular and cell biology, molecular chemistry and surgical research.
The state-of-the-art, 205-bed 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 as "the Best Hospital in Phoenix" several times by Phoenix magazine.
|Diversity at Mayo Clinic|
Mayo Clinic serves patients, families and one another with respect, courtesy and responsiveness.
The entire Mayo organization, including Mayo Clinic in Phoenix/Scottsdale, Ariz., Rochester, Minn., and Jacksonville, Fla., values and promotes diversity. Mayo defines diversity to include all the characteristics which distinguish individuals or groups from one another.
Mayo Clinic's goal is to create a caring service environment where individual differences are valued, allowing all staff to achieve and contribute to their fullest potential.
See Diversity at Mayo Clinic in Scottsdale for more information.