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Auxiliary in Mankato awards four scholarships to college students


Four Mankato college students pursuing health care professions were recently awarded scholarships from the Auxiliary at Mayo Clinic Health System in Mankato.

Mayo Clinic Health System partners with Children’s Museum of Southern Minnesota, invests $185,000


Multi-year investment will focus on increasing health and wellness efforts.

Enhanced sexual assault response program now available in Southwest Minnesota region


Specially trained Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners (SANE) are available 24 hours a day to ensure victims of sexual assault have prompt, comprehensive care.

Former resident strengthens Mayo Clinic Health System in Waseca family medicine team


Troy Benson, M.D., joined Mayo Clinic Health System in Waseca last fall.

Mayo Clinic Health System in Mankato first facility in MN to receive Certified Urgent Care designation


Mayo Clinic Health System in Mankato received certification from Urgent Care Association of America.

Mayo Clinic Health System in Mankato receives Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program certification


AACVPR recently certified local Mayo Clinic rehab program that helps patients with cardiovascular problems.

Mayo Clinic Health System offers enterovirus D68 information and prevention tips


Mayo Clinic Health System is providing additional information about enterovirus D68 and asking the public’s help to reduce the spread of the virus.

Mayo Clinic Health System in Waseca now offers specialized care for balance, breathing, hearing and speaking


Dr. Katie Kendhammer and Sarah Moyle, physician assistant, bring audiology and ENT care to Waseca.

Mayo Clinic Health System infectious disease specialist says use caution with standing flood water


The recent weather has produced intense rainfalls in our region. Subsequently, these rainfalls have resulted in many areas and basements playing host to standing flood water. Though most flood water eventually evaporates or is removed, these water accumulations can pose significant health risks.