Mayo Clinic Is Growing

New towers, new ORs, new clinics — all to get you the help you need, when you need it

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Hay planes en curso para expandir el Edificio Jacobsonen un futuro: se planifica construir una torre de varios pisos arriba del edificio actual, además de muchas otras mejoras en Mayo Clinic.

The cranes over Mayo Clinic Hospital, Saint Marys Campus, are unmistakable. It's yet another sign of continued growth across Mayo Clinic's campuses and health system.

Mayo Clinic has always been a destination for complex care for people who need help because of cardiovascular issues, neurological problems, cancer and many, many more conditions. They come to Minnesota, Arizona, Florida and the Mayo Clinic Health System because the Mayo Clinic Model of Care ensures that each one of them receives unhurried exams. Doctors and staff listen to their concerns, then work together to provide care tailored specifically for each patient.

Mayo Clinic's Department of Development launched YOU ARE … The Campaign for Mayo Clinic to ensure this model of care was available to you, your children, your grandchildren and generations to come. Now in its third public year, the campaign turns its focus on partnerships with generous benefactors to address much-needed capital projects to ensure Mayo Clinic continues to be a primary destination for all.

Many of these projects will launch in the next five years — all will impact care for decades to come.

Rochester, Minnesota

  • Revamp the second floor of the Eisenberg Building along with newly built space as part of the Jacobson Building to deliver the very best in practice efficiencies for surgical care. These larger operating rooms will include "flexible" spaces that can "grow" during times of complex surgeries when many specialists are needed simultaneously. These areas will include state-of-the-art robotic surgical suites, allowing doctors to make the smallest incisions necessary to complete care.
  • Expand care at Saint Marys campus with leading-edge operating room suites, and add floors to the Mary Brigh East Building.
  • With benefactor support, construct a bed tower on top of the existing Jacobson Building for additional cancer care and other services.

Jacksonville, Florida

  • Add more than 300,000 square feet of space, including a new four-story building for cancer, neurological and neurosurgical care. Construction will begin later this year and will also enhance access and the patient experience for people seeking transplant services, cardiovascular care and digestive disease care.
  • Build a new primary care clinic in Julington Creek, one of Northeast Florida's fastest-growing communities, to expand access to Mayo Clinic.

Phoenix, Arizona

  • Add three floors to the Mayo Clinic Building to support growing needs in cardiovascular diseases, neurosciences and transplant services.

La Crosse/Onalaska, Wisconsin

  • Build facilities for future patient care, including clinic space for surgical and medical specialists. This new space, which includes operating rooms and additional support areas, will be a model for bringing Mayo Clinic expertise into the community care setting.

Mankato, Minnesota

  • Add new operating rooms to replace current suites and upgrade infrastructure to provide the very best experience to patients.

These patient-centered projects ensure that a hospital room is available when someone needs it, that surgeries are scheduled in a timely manner, and that Mayo Clinic continues its commitment to a patient experience that brings a high level of satisfaction and offers hope and healing.

YOU ARE … the spark that ensures Mayo Clinic continues to provide world-class care for generations to come. Support our efforts today.