The Mayo Clinic has a staff of web content writers and editors who write many of the articles on the site. The website also has a large staff of medical doctors who are experts in their field who work closely with the content team to ensure the content is accurate.
The Mayo Clinic medical editors are experts in their field, and they manage the online articles and content in their specific areas of expertise. They hold board certifications in their areas of specialty, requiring them to maintain up to date knowledge of their subject through continuing education. These medical editors are all medical doctors working in specialty and subspecialty fields.
Areas of medical expertise of the Mayo Clinic medical editors include allergies, Alzheimer's disease, arthritis, asthma, cancer, children's health, complementary and alternative medicine, dental, dermatology, diabetes, digestion, eye and vision, fitness, healthy aging, heart, hematology, hepatology, high blood pressure, infectious disease, internal medicine, men's health, mental health, neurology, headaches, nutrition, healthy eating, pain management, pregnancy, urology, and women's health. In specialties with a broader range of subjects, such as internal medicine and women's health, there may be several editors with different sub-specialties in order to cover the wider range of material.