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Items Tagged ‘Pediatrics’

September 30, 2009

“We plan to continue to use the Mayo Clinic, no matter where in the country we live”

By CSMMayo CSMMayo

Every physician Anne Stohrer and her son turned to for treatment of his chronic knee and hip pain came-up with a non-diagnosis. Many frustrating years passed while they fought to find a care plan that would relieve his pain and allow him to be the young, active boy he wanted to be. As the years […]

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Tags: 5306, 5318, 5335, Anne Stohrer, Mayo Clinic, Pediatrics, Rheumatology


March 26, 2009

Learning Perspective

By Jeff Bell Jeff Bell

Jeff Bell is the Section Head of Illustration and Design at Mayo Clinic in Rochester MN. Jeff and his team are responsible for all of Mayo’s media design. In 2003 I asked Randy McKeeman, Director of Child Life at Mayo Clinic’s children’s hospital, what he thought about the idea of me coming over to draw […]

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Tags: art, Hospital, Mayo Clinic, medicine, Pediatrics, Sketch, Volunteer


March 25, 2009

Long day’s journey into light

By Melanie Ryan Melanie Ryan

From my office window where I work in Education at Mayo Clinic, I see the massive Gonda Building.  And from nine in the morning until noon, the sunlight reflects off the windows, revealing the scene inside, and I watch it unfold before me. Patients sit and doze in the sunlight, people walk to their appointments, […]

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Tags: 3649, 5263, 5306, 5335, Dermatology, Mayo Clinic, Pediatrics


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