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April 24th, 2017

Mayo Clinic Mentors Build Confidence in Young Technovation Participants

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When Zulbiye Jorgensen, a project manager in Mayo Clinic’s Center for Connected Care, began mentoring a team of Byron, Minnesota, high school girls in 2016 as part of the international Technovation Challenge, she asked the girls what careers they were considering. 

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Tags: Center for Innovation


January 9th, 2017

Mayo Medical Volunteers Find Perspective by Changing Lives in Ecuador

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For years, Kallie Howerton and Kate Hudson had been listening to Kate Welp talk about the mission trips to Ecuador she organizes every year. The nurses work together on the Cardiovascular Surgery Progressive Care unit at Mayo Clinic Hospital — Rochester, Saint Marys Campus. “My preceptor planted the seed,” says Howerton, who has worked at […]

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Tags: Giving Back, Medical Missions, Volunteer


September 1st, 2016

Historic Flood No Match for Mayo Clinic Health System Staff’s Resolve to Serve Patients, Each Other

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“My husband and I would have totally crumbled if the support hadn’t been there,” says Lynn Luloff, chief financial officer of Winneshiek Medical Center in Decorah, Iowa. Luloff is one of many Mayo Clinic Health System staff who work at the Decorah medical center who saw their daily routines washed away the morning of Wednesday, […]

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Tags: David Rooney, Dr. Andy Goodner, Flood, Lynn Luloff, Winneshiek Medical Center


June 18th, 2016

Family Tradition Inspires New Chimes for Plummer Building Carillon  

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When David R. Daugherty, M.D., was growing up in Rochester, he walked to Central Junior High School with his father, Guy Daugherty, M.D., a Mayo Clinic cardiologist. “Since our school was on dad’s way to the clinic, he made a tradition of walking with each of us kids when we reached junior high age,” says […]

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Tags: carillon, Dr David Daugherty, Heritage Days, Jeff Daehn, Mayo Clinic history, Rochester Campus


March 4th, 2016

Eight Lessons on “Compassion in Health Care” From the Dalai Lama

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“A more compassionate mind is very, very helpful to good health.” “Loving kindness, warm-heartedness are keys to health.” “Each of us has some responsibility to make a contribution.” “You can lead this moment because you practice these things.” These words from His Holiness the Dalai Lama resonated with Mayo Clinic staff and guests gathered to […]

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Tags: Compassion, Dalai Lama, Healing, Mayo Clinic Values, Meditation


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