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The Mayo Clinic is able to provide collaborative care on an outpatient basis and does it well. Because of the risk of hospital-acquired infection, Mayo limits the length of inpatient stays (they did this even before Co-vid 19). You will definitely receive collaborative integrative care on an outpatient basis. In terms of time spent in Rochester (or Jacksonville or Arizona), it depends. I am in Rochester now and am staying an extra week for two appointments because it is preferable for me to stay here rather than return home (I live in Tennessee) and travel back. The schedulers will try to get appointments in a short time frame. In terms of places to stay, you can check with the Mayo Clinic concierge who might be able to point you to different types of lodging. There are shuttle buses to the Clinic and Mayo will provide wheelchair transport to get you to your appointments.

How do you plan to get to Mayo?

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Thank you. I plan on flying to MN from Florida.

When you say “Collaborative” on an outpatient basis, can you elaborate? Do the doctors really communicate, do they meet in a room to discuss the case, does each know enough about the other specialties they are collaborating with, etc?

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