Your health care needs are unique. So are the needs of your family members, friends and neighbors. Your primary care team is your home base for getting the care you need in the most convenient and supportive ways possible.
Your primary care team can diagnose and treat urgent issues and often have same-day appointments available. Your primary care team’s nurse line can help you decide the best way to address your urgent health concerns so you aren't waiting for an appointment.
Primary care for all ages at a variety of locations
Community Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine offers primary care services to infants, children and adolescents through college in the Baldwin Building 3rd Floor (downtown), Mayo Family Clinic Northeast, Mayo Family Clinic Northwest and Mayo Family Clinic Southeast.
Family Medicine staff care for people of all ages, providing family oriented comprehensive care, including obstetrical care and well-woman care, newborn and well-child care, pediatrics and adult/geriatric care. Locations include in the Baldwin Building 2nd floor (downtown), Mayo Family Clinic Kasson, Mayo Family Clinic Northeast, Mayo Family Clinic Northwest and Mayo Family Clinic Southeast.
Community Internal Medicine cares for patients age 18 and older. Our providers offer general health and wellness care, including preventive exams. They also help manage complex medical conditions, such as heart disease, emphysema and diabetes. Locations include the Baldwin Building 4th, 5th and 6th floors (downtown), Mayo Family Clinic Northeast, Mayo Family Clinic Northwest and Mayo Family Clinic Southeast.
Serious illnesses and chronic conditions
Coping with a serious illness or living with a chronic condition can be overwhelming. Your primary care team can help make it less so by streamlining your appointments and partnering with you to create a plan of care that allows you to better manage your conditions and live a higher quality of life.
If you need to see a specialist, we’ll coordinate your care. In some cases, we may be able to schedule an eConsult — a virtual appointment that allows a specialty physician to review your medical record and answer your provider’s specific questions about your condition. You get the care you need, without an additional appointment. Some specialty care services are now also available within the primary care setting. Talk with your provider about all your options.