Mayo Clinic Supplier Information
Mayo Clinic is the first and largest integrated group practice in the world. Its mission is to inspire hope and contribute to health and well-being by providing the best care to every patient through integrated clinical practice, education and research.
Mayo Clinic Supply Chain Management supports this mission through the provision of products and information that directly support patient care. Each year, Mayo Clinic facilities in six states purchase more than $2 billion in supplies, medical equipment and services.
To reduce overall expenses, Mayo Clinic actively leverages its purchasing volume by seeking agreements with suppliers in certain product and service categories to serve all Mayo Clinic facilities. Working with a group-purchasing organization, Mayo Clinic pursues national contracting opportunities that offer value to all health care facilities in its system.
To continue as suppliers, companies currently doing business with Mayo Clinic must complete a new authentication process. This authentication process determines whether your company meets new standards put in place due to increased regulatory requirements. For more information, see Mayo Clinic Supplier Guidelines.
For your company to be eligible to submit bids or sell products and services to Mayo Clinic, you need to complete an authentication process and pay a fee to Mayo Clinic's third-party vendor authentication service provider, Dun & Bradstreet Inc.
Mayo Clinic is not accepting solicitation vendors through the authentication process.
Suppliers with an existing business relationship as well as new suppliers establishing a business relationship with Mayo Clinic will receive an invitation from Dun & Bradstreet requesting registration.
Completing the authentication and registration process does not guarantee your company the opportunity to conduct business with Mayo Clinic.
If you have questions about the authentication or registration processes, please contact:
Mayo Clinic Supply Chain Management Customer Support