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    Mayo Clinic and other health care leaders met at the White House to help with the VA reform

Gonda Building with Mayo Clinic flag in front of windowsMayo Clinic President and CEO John Noseworthy, M.D., attended the meeting at the White House today to share Mayo Clinic’s insights and expertise in order to support best possible care for the U.S. veterans. He was joined by leaders from Cleveland Clinic, Johns Hopkins Medicine, Partners HealthCare and Kaiser Permanente.

Mayo Clinic appreciates the opportunity to provide counsel and share the expertise with the incoming leadership of the Veterans Administration, which is the nation’s largest health system, in order to support the best possible care for our nation’s veterans. Enriching the VA community’s medical and scientific research is also a high priority. Consistent with the long-standing tradition of service and civic engagement, Mayo Clinic is honored to work with our peers to provide our insights, expertise and support to secretary-designate David Shulkin, M.D., and other leaders of the Veterans Administration. Mayo Clinic has a rich history of sharing our experience and knowledge with administrations and policymakers on both sides of the aisle, dating back to President Lincoln.

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