The current environment presents many challenges. Mayo Clinic's highest priority is patient and staff safety. We are taking every precaution to manage patient safety to the highest standard through universal masking, enhanced safety protocols, robust screening and COVID-19 testing strategies. Mayo Clinic will continuously evaluate the circumstances at each of our sites and follow federal and state mandates.
Find resources for providers and answers to questions on referrals and testing for COVID-19 on the Medical Professionals Resource Center.
For patient or medical provider consults, please contact 507-255-5601.
For more information, see the Malignant Hyperthermia Association website.
Continuous professional development
Mayo Clinic offers engaging and diverse anesthesiology continuing medical education (CME) that includes live courses and conferences, podcasts, and online courses. Learners benefit from opportunities to hone skills, gain competence, and grow professionally in ways that may be immediately applied to individual practice and system improvement.
At Mayo Clinic's Department of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine, students train with more than 200 staff physicians, including approximately 40 critical care anesthesiologists, and more than 200 nurse anesthetists. Each staff member is committed to teaching the best care possible for patients requiring anesthesia, intensive care and pain management.