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Does Mayo Clinic specialize in any diseases?

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Mayo Clinic does not specialize in a single type of disease, according to the company website. The company operates a chain of top-rated hospitals and an online portal to help patients from all over the world get the medical advice and assistance they need regarding a variety of ailments.

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As of 2015, Mayo Clinic is a nonprofit medical care, research and education facility that has major campuses in Rochester, Minnesota; Scottsdale, Arizona; Phoenix, Arizona; and Jacksonville, Florida, according to the clinic's website. The clinic also has dozens of smaller locations in several states throughout the United States and operates a free online portal that offers detailed information on pertinent health care issues supplied by a team of more than 3,330 health care professionals.

Mayo Clinic operates on a mission to help contribute to its patients’ health and well-being through its expansive, integrated clinical practice, educational facilities and research centers, states the company website. The clinic offers a variety of medical services, which include emergency medical care, family medicine, oncology and orthopedics.

Mayo Clinic employs more than 4,200 physicians and scientists. The clinic also has more than 2,400 residents and fellows and 52,900 allied health staff on board for a total personnel count of 59,500 individuals. Every year more than 1 million people from nearly 150 different countries visit one of the clinic’s locations for care.

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