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Sharing Miles of Memories: Mayo Clinic's 150 Years of Serving Humanity

Mayo Clinic’s Mobile Exhibit is making miles of memories as it travels across the United States and Canada. A vehicle for connection, the Mobile Exhibit is an intersection of our 150 years serving humanity – past, present and future. Record your favorite exhibit memory below. On the right-hand side, share with your Twitter and Facebook connections. To learn more, visit: http://150years.mayoclinic.org/.  

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Mayo Clinic (@mayoclinic150) posted in Mayo Clinic 150 · Tue, Jul 1 10:41am · View  

What are people saying about the Mobile Exhibit? Here are some snapshots from the comment section of our on-site guestbook in San Diego, CA.

“Was informative and fun! Thanks”
“Awesome/Family friendly”
“Good to see many advances in medicine and to see caring people”
“Beautiful. Loved it to explore with the kids.”
“Quite a learning experience”
“Awesome! You do great work!”

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Mayo Clinic (@mayoclinic150) posted in Mayo Clinic 150 · Fri, Jun 13 3:06pm · View  

Our mobile exhibit is a place to discover and share. Here are some of our staff members’ favorite memories from our time on the road:

-Listening to stories of grateful patients, such as a fire inspector who was saved by Mayo doctors after injuring himself on the job, and someone who came to Mayo Clinic after a terrible car accident to undergo facial reconstructive surgery.
-Meeting people who have been touched by Mayo Clinic’s educational institutions.
-Hearing childhood stories from two Mayo grandchildren who visited the mobile exhibit.
-Interacting with Mayo Clinic Care Network members who share a common commitment to improve the delivery of health care in their communities.

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Nicole Engler (@nicolebennettengler) posted in Mayo Clinic 150 · Tue, Apr 22 3:22pm · View  

I saw the exhibit for the first time yesterday as we had our unveil event at Kingman Regional Medical Center in AZ. The exhibit takes you on an immsersive experience from how Mayo Clinic was born in a storm via the Rochester, MN tornado of 1864 to how we're discovering next-gen cancer treatments. It has brought tears to patients' eyes and leaves me humbled by the fact that I work for such an amazing organiation.

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Paula Gill (@Paula8020) posted in Mayo Clinic 150 · Thu, Apr 17 9:35pm · View  

I'm really looking forward to seeing this exhibit when it comes to my town!

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