Mayo Clinic's campus in Jacksonville, Florida, was established in 1986 as a comprehensive medical facility in the southeastern U.S., where advanced programs in education and research support the highest quality patient care.
The Jacksonville campus facilities provide an exceptional working environment for physicians, scientists and allied health professionals. Additionally, the 9,600-square-foot J. Wayne and Delores Barr Weaver Simulation Center allows medical teams from multiple disciplines to practice everything from basic skills to the most complicated scenarios with stunning realism.
Davis, Mayo and Cannaday buildings
Patient care activity in Florida is centered on these interconnected buildings. The eight-story Davis Building is the clinic's largest facility.
Birdsall Research Building and Griffin Building
The Birdsall Research Building is an advanced facility that houses 12 laboratories, where researchers investigate neurological diseases such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's.
Completed in 2002, the Griffin Building is the first building on the Jacksonville campus devoted primarily to cancer research.
Mayo Clinic Hospital
Mayo Clinic achieved the vision of establishing an integrated campus on April 12, 2008, when the hospital opened on the Jacksonville campus.
The hospital provides essential clinical care for patients in Florida and from around the nation and the world. The 304-bed facility has 22 operating rooms, transplant and epilepsy units, and advanced cardiac and neurosurgery facilities.
Winn-Dixie Foundation Medical Library
This on-campus library offers 24-hour access to Mayo employees, has an iPad loan program and provides educational opportunities to increase knowledge of best practices in research development. The library moved to its new location in the Stabile Building in late 2012.
The library is about 2,300 square feet and features scenic views of Jacksonville as well as diverse resources for education and continuous professional development for physicians, scientists and allied health staff.