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@crittercaregal and @jc123, you ask about "how to get the ball rolling?" and how to get an appointment at Mayo Clinic. You can self refer or ask your physician for a referral. To self refer contact the Mayo Clinic location most convenient for you either by phone or online form. See the contact information here: http://mayocl.in/1mtmR63

You may also wish to read more tips about getting an appointment in the Visiting Mayo Clinic group: https://connect.mayoclinic.org/group/traveling-to-mayo-clinic/

Or read more about Appointments here: https://www.mayoclinic.org/patient-visitor-guide

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Very valuable information and for that, I thank you! But just out of curiosity, are all Mayo locations considered equal? I am in NC and am remarkably dismayed that I cannot get adequate medical care despite the world renowned institutions I have at my finger tips. In a perfect world (does that exist?), I'd prefer something far closer to home….perhaps Hopkins? But I suppose that if traveling is in the cards, it may just be an added geographic inconvenience to go beyond my comfort zone. Even thought about Mass Gen as it may be more direct in terms of routing. But, regardless, I desperately need help and that can only be achieved if/when/where answers are attainable. Of course, with the damn Virus, all of the above may be little more than a pipe dream for the foreseeable future.

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