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Mayo Clinic Trauma Surgeon and Retired Air Force Colonel Receives American Legion Distinguished Service Medal

ROCHESTER, Minn. –– The American Legion presented Donald Jenkins, M.D., a Mayo Clinic trauma surgeon and retired Air Force colonel, with its highest award, the Distinguished Service Medal, for his achievements in trauma and critical medical care for military personnel injured in Iraq and Afghanistan. The American Legion, chartered by [...]

Created by Brian Kilen

MAYO CLINIC RADIO

Miss this show? Here is the full podcast: Mayo Clinic Radio Full Show 5-3-14 On Saturday, May 3, we have a special program planned.  We'll recognize Mayo Clinic's 150th Anniversary with our guests Ian Hay, M.D., Ph.D., and Mayo Clinic historian Mr. Matt Dacy. Obviously much has happened in the world of medicine and [...]

Created by Dana Sparks

Mayo Clinic Radio: Mayo Clinic for 150 years

On Saturday, May 3, we have a special program planned.  We'll recognize Mayo Clinic's 1 Mayo Clinic Radio Full Show 5-3-1450th Anniversary with our guests Ian Hay, M.D., Ph.D., and Mayo Clinic historian Mr. Matt Dacy. Obviously much has happened in the world of medicine and health care the last 150 [...]

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Growing Up Mayo

This story originally appeared on the In the Loop blog. Now and then, you hear about a conversation you wish you could have been in on. Or at least have been eavesdropping on from a nearby table at the coffee shop. That's the feeling you get when reading Rochester historian Harley Flathers' account of [...]

Created by Dana Sparks