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Mayo Clinic reminds patients that it’s safe to seek care, whether in person, through a virtual visit or in the case of an emergency.
Amy Williams, M.D., Mayo Clinic executive dean for practice, emphasizes that patients should not delay care and that extra safety measures are in place for Mayo Clinic employees and patients alike.
Journalists: Video is available in the downloads at the end of the post.
You also can join Dr. Williams here for a virtual walking tour of Mayo Clinic’s Rochester facilities, where she demonstrates why it’s safe to come to Mayo Clinic. For more information, refer to the appointments page here.
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