Mayo Clinic Store Flower of Hope
Mayo Clinic Flower of Hope™
The Mayo Clinic Flower of Hope™ is a brilliant yellow hybrid coreopsis. It expresses the spirit of hope and healing.
The Mayo Clinic Store Flower of Hope carries high quality products to meet the needs of people with hair loss due to medical conditions or drug-induced alopecia and those who have had breast cancer surgery or are undergoing cancer treatment.
When you visit the Flower of Hope store, you are offered free, personalized consultations with caring and dedicated staff who help you select skin care products, hair alternatives, or mastectomy garments, bras and breast prostheses. Certified fitters help ensure that you find mastectomy or compression garments that meet your needs. Licensed cosmetologists provide private wig fittings. The confidential consultations take place in a private fitting area.
Your Flower of Hope consultant helps you select from a full line of high quality products in a wide range of sizes and styles. Ask about special orders too.
- A wide selection of wigs
- Caps and chemo beanies
- Turbans and hats
- Medical-grade compression garments
- Products for post-breast-surgery needs, including custom breast prostheses, silicone breast forms, swim forms, pocketed bras, pocketed swimwear and compression bras
- Skin care products specially made for people undergoing cancer treatment or with skin conditions
- Other specialty supplies
The Mayo Clinic Store Flower of Hope on the clinic's campus in Phoenix, Arizona, is located at 5881 E. Mayo Boulevard, 3-105, Phoenix, Arizona 85054.
8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Mountain time, Monday through Friday
Appointments are recommended for wig services. Plan on 60 to 90 minutes for wig appointments. Walk-in appointments are taken on a first come, first served basis for mastectomy and compression garment services. Plan on 45 to 60 minutes for these services.
Call Mayo Clinic Store Flower of Hope at 480-342-4830 for more information or to schedule an appointment.
Mayo Clinic Store Flower of Hope will file claims directly to insurance. You will need a prescription in order to file claims.
- Aug. 10, 2019