$3 million investment in community programs
Mayo Clinic invests resources responsibly to produce the best outcomes for patient care, education, research, community enrichment and sustainability.
In 2011, Mayo Clinic invested more than $3 million to support more than 100 community programs and projects, helping:
- Improve the health of individuals in communities.
- Strengthen community partnerships and collaboration.
- Address significant and emerging community needs.
- Support sustainability.
Mayo Clinic's ongoing financial commitment to the communities we serve sustains the legacy of Dr. Charles Mayo, who said, "Medicine is a profession for social service and it developed organization in response to social need."
Supporting our local community
Mayo Clinic is deeply committed to the health and wellness of the communities where its employees live and work: Phoenix and Scottsdale, Ariz., Jacksonville, Fla., Rochester, Minn., and Mayo Clinic Health System, a network of clinics and hospitals serving more than 70 communities in Iowa, Minnesota and Wisconsin.