Community partnerships build dialogue and collaboration among community organizations and area health care providers to help ensure that research addresses community health priorities.
The Mayo Clinic Office of Health Disparities Research collaborates with community partners through:
Mayo Clinic partners with community advisory boards in Minnesota, Arizona and Florida for community input, support and guidance on research efforts.
Native American Partners
The Native CIRCLE is a resource center providing cancer- and non-cancer-related materials to health care professionals and lay people involved in the education, care and treatment of American Indians and Alaska Natives. Read more.
Rochester Healthy Community Partners
Rochester Healthy Community Partnership is a partnership between local community organizations and researchers to address health concerns of the community. Read more.
Fostering African-American Improvement in Total Health! (FAITH!) Health and Wellness Program
The Links, Incorporated, is a service organization of women committed to enriching, sustaining and ensuring the culture and economic survival of African Americans and other persons of African ancestry. Read more.
Christway Full Gospel Ministries
Mayo Clinic's partnership with Arizona State University fosters medical innovation and health transformation, including advancing new knowledge and discovery, tools, treatments and educational programs to enhance health outcomes. Read more.
Mountain Park Health Center has five clinics around the Phoenix area with an emphasis on five core services: family medicine, pediatric services, women’s health care, pharmacy and dental care. Read more.
Maricopa Integrated Health System serves a diverse patient population in central Phoenix and has an excellent reputation as a quality institute that does clinical research to improve health care outcomes. Read more.
The Somali American United Council of Arizona was developed in 2006 in response to the growing need to connect Somali communities in Arizona with each other and the rest of the American society. Read more.
University of Florida Health. Read more.
Through its affiliate chapters and partnerships with existing service providers, Sisters Network, Inc., addresses the breast health needs of African American women and promotes establishment of much-needed community breast health services. Read more.
Volunteers in Medicine Jacksonville provides free primary health care to low-income, working adults and their families. Read more.
Mayo Clinic partners with the Jacksonville Hispanic Church of God on the "Just Moving" initiative to encourage adoption of healthy habits and increased physical activity.
The Schell-Sweet Community Resource Center provides health education, health screening and other community services in Jacksonville, Florida, Learn more.
New Town Success Zone is a partnership of public and private organizations that are developing a continuum of services to help children and their families living in the New Town neighborhood of Jacksonville, Florida, achieve the goals of healthy development, academic success and well-being of children. Read more.
Mayo Clinic collaborates with Edward Waters College, New Town Success Zone, and others to sponsor health disparities conferences and community summits. Read more.