In an effort to orient patients around Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, we have produced a Patient Video Guide series. The host, Vivien Williams, will introduce it.
Many of our patients travel by air to MSP and then drive or ride by taxi or shuttle to Rochester. What to expect and how to navigate to find ground transportation options.
Many Mayo Clinic patients fly directly into Rochester, connecting through Minneapolis, Detroit or Chicago.
Patients may be driving here from all over the country. This video goes through the different parking options .
In this video, Vivien orients you to the Gonda Building, taking you from the main patient entrance to the Information desk and Registration, as well as other first-floor amenities.
A first-floor tour of the Mayo Building, including Heritage Hall, which provides interesting exhibits on the history of Mayo Clinic. This tour also touches on the International Center and concierge desk.
For those interested in more in-depth history of Mayo Clinic.
Vivien Williams shows us where to go to donate blood at Mayo Clinic.
Vivien Williams takes us to the most common outpatient blood draw at Mayo Clinic: Hilton Desk C.
The subway on the downtown Mayo Clinic campus doesn't involve motorized vehicles, as Vivien explains.
Vivien introduces us to Methodist Campus, part of Mayo Clinic Hospital — Rochester.
Saint Marys Campus is one of two campuses that make up Mayo Clinic Hospital — Rochester.
If you have a need to get to Saint Marys (or to the Ronald McDonald House or Gift of Life Transplant House), Vivien shows where you can catch a ride on the patient shuttle.
Vivien orients you with the Department of Neurology at Mayo Clinic in Rochester. She discusses the check-in process and how your appointment will be conducted during your visit.
This video offers an overview of the orthodontic section of Dental Specialities at Mayo Clinic.
Our expert Concierge Services team is here to help by providing information and guidance with travel, lodging, tourism, and community resources.