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Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research
Founded:
1968
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  • Each year, for the last 20 years, Mayo Clinic has opened its doors to the Rochester community to recognize and thank the community for its many contributions in strengthening Rochester and our region. On October 25, 2017 Mayo Clinic held a luncheon and a panel discussion to celebrate and demonstrate the strong collaboration between Mayo Clinic and the surrounding businesses, government and not-for-profit organizations in the Rochester community. . . . #mayoclinic #MayoClinicMN #mayocliniccommunity #rochmn #rochester_mn #communityfirst
  • Open heart surgery on an infant without blood transfusions. Because of their religious belief, thats what the parents of baby RaeLynn requested. So cardiovascular surgeon Sameh Said, M.D., assembled a team of specialists to create an intricate surgery plan just perfect for little RaeLynns needs. ""It was really an example of an extraordinary team effort,"" Dr. Said says of the successful surgery the first of its kind in a pediatric patient at Mayo Clinic. The teamwork RaeLynn''s parents saw in action and the communication among the team members assured them their daughter would receive the highest caliber of care. ""They realized our fears going into it,"" says RaeLynn''s mother, Summar Gehrke. ""We knew how confident and determined they were to not only get the procedure done safely but without any blood."" Read baby RaeLynn''s story on sharing.mayoclinic.org. . . . #MayoClinic #WeAreMayoClinic #patientstory #MayoClinicMN #Minnesota #heartsurgery
  • Take care of yourself. For daily quotes from Mayo Clinic, download the Mayo Clinic app (link in profile). . . . #MayoClinic #MayoClinicMN #MayoClinicApp #MotivationalMonday #MotivationalQuotes #selfcare #selflove
  • Mountain biker, hiker and skier Robert Berlin was just 53 when he began experiencing symptoms of Parkinson''s disease. Today, thanks to health care tailored to his lifestyle, he remains active and optimistic. He does it all while dealing with early onset Parkinson''s disease. With help and guidance from his Mayo Clinic neurologist Rodolfo Savica, M.D., Ph.D., Robert has been able to take tailored doses of medication to suppress the condition''s symptoms and maintain the avid athleticism that''s integral to his psyche. ""Bob is a person who if you saw walking around, you would not say he has Parkinson''s disease,"" says Dr. Savica, who has been part of Robert''s care team since 2014. ""Bob is an avid athlete and really likes to be at 100 percent. We want him to be as close to 100 percent as possible. I want him to have as much ability and function as he can."" Read Bob''s story on sharing.mayoclinic.org. . . . #MayoClinic #MayoClinicMN #ParkinsonsDisease #parkinsons #mountainbike #hiking #skiing

Each year, for the last 20 years, Mayo Clinic has opened its doors to the Rochester community to recognize and thank the community for its many contributions in strengthening Rochester and our region. On October 25, 2017 Mayo Clinic held a luncheon and a panel discussion to celebrate and demonstrate the strong collaboration between Mayo Clinic and the surrounding businesses, government and not-for-profit organizations in the Rochester community. . . . #mayoclinic #MayoClinicMN #mayocliniccommunity #rochmn #rochester_mn #communityfirst

Open heart surgery on an infant without blood transfusions. Because of their religious belief, thats what the parents of baby RaeLynn requested. So cardiovascular surgeon Sameh Said, M.D., assembled a team of specialists to create an intricate surgery plan just perfect for little RaeLynns needs. ""It was really an example of an extraordinary team effort,"" Dr. Said says of the successful surgery the first of its kind in a pediatric patient at Mayo Clinic. The teamwork RaeLynn''s parents saw in action and the communication among the team members assured them their daughter would receive the highest caliber of care. ""They realized our fears going into it,"" says RaeLynn''s mother, Summar Gehrke. ""We knew how confident and determined they were to not only get the procedure done safely but without any blood."" Read baby RaeLynn''s story on sharing.mayoclinic.org. . . . #MayoClinic #WeAreMayoClinic #patientstory #MayoClinicMN #Minnesota #heartsurgery

Take care of yourself. For daily quotes from Mayo Clinic, download the Mayo Clinic app (link in profile). . . . #MayoClinic #MayoClinicMN #MayoClinicApp #MotivationalMonday #MotivationalQuotes #selfcare #selflove

Mountain biker, hiker and skier Robert Berlin was just 53 when he began experiencing symptoms of Parkinson''s disease. Today, thanks to health care tailored to his lifestyle, he remains active and optimistic. He does it all while dealing with early onset Parkinson''s disease. With help and guidance from his Mayo Clinic neurologist Rodolfo Savica, M.D., Ph.D., Robert has been able to take tailored doses of medication to suppress the condition''s symptoms and maintain the avid athleticism that''s integral to his psyche. ""Bob is a person who if you saw walking around, you would not say he has Parkinson''s disease,"" says Dr. Savica, who has been part of Robert''s care team since 2014. ""Bob is an avid athlete and really likes to be at 100 percent. We want him to be as close to 100 percent as possible. I want him to have as much ability and function as he can."" Read Bob''s story on sharing.mayoclinic.org. . . . #MayoClinic #MayoClinicMN #ParkinsonsDisease #parkinsons #mountainbike #hiking #skiing

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