About Mayo Clinic Hospital

Mayo Clinic Hospital is the first hospital planned, designed and built by Mayo Clinic. Completed in the fall of 1998, the hospital was designed to deliver high-quality inpatient medical care in an efficient, friendly environment.

The hospital is a seven-story facility with 268 licensed beds, 21 operating rooms and a Level II emergency department. Emergency room services are available 24 hours a day.

Mayo Clinic Hospital is located at 56th Street and Mayo Boulevard (near the Loop 101 Freeway) in the fast-growing corridor of northeast Phoenix. It is 14 miles from the Mayo Clinic campus in Scottsdale.

The hospital provides inpatient care to support the medical and surgical specialties and programs at the clinic. If you require inpatient hospitalization, your Mayo physician will admit you to Mayo Clinic Hospital.

Mayo Clinic Hospital serves patients from the surrounding area, as well as from all 50 states and several foreign countries.

The Mayo Clinic Specialty Building is an outpatient clinic building connected to the northeast corner of Mayo Clinic Hospital. It houses a variety of outpatient specialty services.