As a nonprofit organization, Mayo Clinic Health System contributed over $50 million in charity care in 2014. Mayo Clinic Health System relies on donations from our communities to meet the needs of our patients.

Thank you for helping us to transform community care through your donations.

From the president/CEO of northwest Wisconsin

Randall Linton, M.D.

Mayo Clinic Health System started in 1992, and today, over 60 sites in Georgia, Iowa, Minnesota and Wisconsin work closely with each other more than ever before. We operate as one system and work together to provide our patients with the care they need, where they need it — whether that's in their hometown, in a neighboring community, or in Rochester, Minnesota.

Our staff work with our Mayo Clinic colleagues to improve local health care by sharing resources and expertise, developing common patient care and safety practices, and collaborating with other locations to improve care regionally.

Being part of Mayo Clinic means our providers are connected to one of the world's most knowledgeable health care organizations. Utilizing this collective expertise, we're able to deliver the best possible care close to home.

Your contribution to Mayo Clinic Health System allows us to continue to be a part of a world-renowned health care organization.

We thank you for your continued support and wish you the very best.

Randall Linton, M.D., President/CEO
Mayo Clinic Health System, northwest Wisconsin region

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