Mayo Clinic Store Hope and Healing
Mayo Clinic Store Hope and Healing (formerly Erickson Hair and Skin Care) offers help to anyone who is experiencing the cosmetic side effects of medical treatments, or has hair loss. The center provides products and services to help you maintain your personal appearance during your illness or medical treatment.
Medications you take to suppress your immune system following a solid organ transplant often can result in changes to your skin, hair, teeth, fingernails and toenails. People undergoing cancer treatments can experience similar cosmetic side effects. These changes can affect your emotional state and physical well-being.
Mayo Clinic Store Hope and Healing provides an encouraging and friendly environment where you can receive free, personalized consultations regarding skin care and hair alternatives. The confidential and discreet consultations take place in a private fitting area. Mayo Clinic Store Hope and Healing also offers classes, educational materials, skin care products and head coverings (wigs, scarves and caps).
Location and hours
Mayo Clinic Store Hope and Healing is located at:
Mayo Clinic Store Hope and Healing is open 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Central time, Monday through Friday.
People who have appointments receive priority. You may visit the center without an appointment anytime during regular business hours. Please allow a minimum of 45 minutes for a consultation.
Call Mayo Clinic Store Hope and Healing at 507-284-9669 or 888-303-9354 for more information or to schedule an appointment.
To get to Mayo Clinic Store Hope and Healing (formerly Erickson Hair and Skin Care) from Mayo Clinic Hospital, Saint Marys Campus, you may take the Mayo Clinic patient shuttle to Mayo Clinic Hospital, Methodist Campus. The shuttle bus leaves from the west entrance of Saint Marys Campus. Upon request, the driver will take you to the east entrance of Mayo Clinic Hospital, Methodist Campus, where the center is located. Wheelchair service is available in all clinic and hospital buildings.
March 06, 2016