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March 29, 2010

Art and Music at Mayo Clinic

By CSMMayo CSMMayo

Many years ago, when I was a much younger person, I was taught that good health meant not only the lack of disease but was indeed a combination of emotional, physical and social well being. Keeping these words in mind I realize that here on the Mayo Campus not only is there a trained staff […]

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Tags: art and music, library, paintings, Plummer Building

November 17, 2009

Patients’ Library

By Debbie Fuehrer Debbie Fuehrer

Diversity is a key point in our libraries, and I feel so lucky that this strength is emphasized by management and coworkers. I oversee the daily operations of Rochester Methodist Hospital’s Patients’ Library where I serve a wide range of patrons from many states, countries, religions, beliefs, backgrounds and cultures. I am also encouraged to […]

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Tags: library, patient, patient library, Rochester Methodist Hospital

August 11, 2009

Working in the History of Medicine Library

By Hilary Lane Hilary Lane

I’ve always enjoyed reading.  Browsing through bookstores and antique shops looking at books both old and new fascinates me.  Handling old books and thinking about the many other hands that have touched the same book, leafed through the same pages and enjoyed the same printed words piques my imagination. Therefore, working in the Mayo Foundation […]

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Tags: History, History of Medicine, library

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