Mayo Clinic encourages and maintains a caring service environment where individual differences are valued and respected.
At Mayo, diversity interest networking groups bring peers and co-workers together to provide health care outreach services, financial contributions and volunteer efforts for various community projects:
- African Descendants Interest Group provides regular outreach to families staying at the Ronald McDonald House.
- Mayo Clinic Cancer Center partners with the Phoenix Indian Medical Center to provide care options for Native American patients.
- Mayo Clinic provides leadership to the Diversity Leadership Alliance in Arizona, a collaborative dedicated to building, empowering and sustaining diverse communities.
Mayo's commitment to a culture of inclusion in clinical practice, education and research enables all staff to achieve and contribute to their fullest potential while supporting the best interest of the patient and the community.
Read the Mayo Clinic Diversity Statement.
Mayo Clinic is a proud recipient of several awards related to diversity initiatives and activities throughout Arizona:
||A New Leaf Volunteer Group of the Year
||Workforce Diversity Award Winner — Large Employer
||Workforce Diversity Award Finalist
||Humanitarian Service Award from Las Fuentes Clinic, Guadalupe, Ariz., for volunteer health care provided by Mayo Clinic physician and nursing staff
||Greater Phoenix Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce Annual Corporate Award Nominee
||Arizona Human Rights Fund Corporate Award
||Special Friends Corporate Citizens Award
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