October 4, 2019

Mayo expands global reach by opening clinic in London

By Karl Oestreich

Star Tribune
by Christopher Snowbeck

Rochester-based Mayo Clinic is extending its global reach with a new facility in London that will offer executive physicals and personalized health services. The clinic is the first development from a partnership announced earlier this year between Mayo and Oxford University Clinic that aims for joint developments in research, medical education and patient care. Mayo already operates offices in nine countries for international residents who want help requesting appointments and making travel arrangements for care at one of the clinic's U.S. locations. Mayo also is part of joint ventures in China and Slovenia and collaborates with institutes or universities in the Netherlands and Sweden.

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Context: Two of the world’s leading names in health care and medical research — academic medical center Mayo Clinic and Oxford University Clinic — have opened a preventive health care facility in London.

The private health clinic on Portland Place, W1 will provide advanced screening and diagnostics services with personalized health plans for individual and corporate clients. The  program is based on the executive health screening service that Mayo Clinic has refined over 40 years and is designed for people who want to take a  proactive approach to managing their health.

You can read more about the new clinic on Mayo Clinic News Network.

Contact: Sharon Theimer

Tags: Dr. Bruno Holthof, Dr. Stephen Cassivi, Mayo Clinic, Oxford University Clinic, preventive health care, Uncategorized

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