Mayo Clinic Mission Statement

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The Mayo Clinic is a healthcare organization that has survived for over a hundred of years; seeing the advances in medicine as well as technology and has changed with the times and still continues to thrive as one of the best healthcare facilities. The Mayo Clinic received its name from the founder Dr. William Worrall Mayo and his two sons: William J. and Charles H. Mayo (Mayo Clinic, 2014a). The Mayo Clinic originated in Minnesota, however, throughout the years campuses have been built in numerous locations throughout the United States with bigger campuses located in; Rochester, Minnesota, Scottsdale and Phoenix Arizona, and Jacksonville, Florida (Mayo Clinic, 2014b). In order to give a person the idea of how big the Mayo Clinic is the campus located in Rochester, Minnesota contains thirty buildings and five parking ramps. Out of these thirty buildings, three are hospitals; Mayo Clinic Hospital, Methodist Campus a 794 bed hospital room with forty-one operating rooms, Mayo Clinic St Marys Campus a 1,265 bed hospital, and the Mayo Eugenio Litta Children’s Hospital a 85 bed hospital (Mayo Clinic, 2014c). The Mayo Clinics mission statement is, “to inspire hope and contribute to health and well-being by providing the best care to every patient through integrated clinical practice, education, and research (Mayo Clinic, 2014d. para 1). The Mayo Clinics vision is that they will, “provide unparalleled experience as the most trusted partner in health care” (Mayo Clinic Health

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