The Mayo Clinic ICU Recovery Program

Mar 21 12:00pm | Annie Johnson | @andreab

MCIRPThe Mayo Clinic ICU Recovery Program (MCIRP) was first launched in the fall of 2019. We don't have to tell you that the world has changed since that time! To continue to best meet the needs of our patients, our recovery clinic has changed over the years as well. While the focus and goal of this service has remained the same, some important changes have taken place to best meet the needs of our patients.

The primary goal of the MCIRP continues to be to improve recovery and help people return to their best level of functioning possible following critical illness. We offer educational initiatives, innovative programs utilizing technology to follow your recovery, online support groups, and a comprehensive follow-up clinic.

This clinic has been developed for current Mayo Clinic patients, 18 years of age or older, who have stayed in the ICU while in the hospital. It is:

  • Staffed by active members of the ICU team who specialize in ICU recovery
  • Open to patients along all recovery timelines from recent ICU stays to years out
  • Delivered fully virtually! No fancy technology required. Appointments are conveniently conducted via telephone or video conference call with the entire team.

Click HERE for more detailed information about the Mayo Clinic ICU Recovery Program.

If you or a loved one are interested in more information regarding the MCIRP, please contact us at:



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