Traveling to Mayo Clinic

It's convenient to get to Mayo Clinic. Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX), located 26 miles from Mayo Clinic's campus in Phoenix, is served by most domestic airlines and many international carriers.

Mayo Clinic Hospital and the Mayo Clinic Specialty Building are on 56th Street and East Mayo Boulevard (north of Bell Road) in northeast Phoenix, located near the Pima Freeway (Loop 101).

Lodging, nearby amenities and parking

On-campus lodging

Residence Inn Phoenix Desert View at Mayo Clinic is located on Mayo Clinic's campus in Phoenix.

For reservations, call 480-563-1500 or 866-754-5927 (toll-free). A complimentary shuttle is available to transport you to and from the hospital.

Nearby amenities

There are numerous grocery stores, restaurants, movie theaters and other stores within a two-mile radius of Mayo Clinic Hospital, including the Desert Ridge Marketplace.

Parking

All Mayo Clinic facilities have complimentary parking available for patients and visitors.

  • Patient and visitor parking is available on the north side of Mayo Clinic Hospital.
  • Handicapped parking spaces are located throughout the hospital campus.
  • Valet parking is available for a small fee at the main entrance of the hospital. Valet parking is complimentary for patients with a valid handicap parking tag.

Video guides

Watch a series of video guides to orient you to the Arizona campus.

Introduction

As part of our Mayo Clinic Patient Video Guide series, we are offering video tours to help patients become oriented around the Arizona campus. Our host, Vivien Williams, explains more below.

Mayo Clinic Hospital

This guide is aimed to help patients and visitors alike as they orient themselves around Mayo Clinic Hospital on the Phoenix campus. Vivien Williams walks through everything from where to park to the emergency room.

Specialty Building

The Specialty Building is connected to the hospital on Mayo Clinic's Phoenix campus. Vivien takes us to one of its most peaceful places.

Shuttle

There is a shuttle service for patients going from one Mayo Clinic campus in Arizona to the other, which is about 30 minutes away. Vivien explains the system by taking us aboard the shuttle.