Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville was established in 1986 as a comprehensive medical facility in the southeastern United States, where advanced programs in education and research support the highest-quality patient care.
Campus activity is centered around the interconnected Davis, Mayo and Cannaday buildings. The state-of-the-art Birdsall Medical Research Building allows researchers to investigate neurological diseases such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's. The campus includes modern education facilities, including classrooms, lecture halls, an extensive library and computer lab.
Mayo Clinic hospital on the Jacksonville campus provides essential clinical care experiences for students and trainees. The 214-bed facility has operating rooms, transplant and epilepsy units, and advanced cardiac and neurosurgery facilities. The Griffin Cancer Research Building was completed in 2001 to support Mayo's cancer studies.
|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 Jacksonville for more information.