Staff Stories

Melody Griffith shares her inspiration for starting a program for adolescents and young adults with cancer who need different resources and support than adult patients[...]

By In the Loop • February 26, 2024

When Niki Garvie's daughters were diagnosed with polycystic kidney disease, she was determined to learn all she could about the disorder. That determination led her to pursue a new career. Today, she's a nurse, pageant queen and tireless advocate for the PKD community.

By In the Loop • February 22, 2024

Mayo Clinic's Nursing Research Coordinators include, from left to right: Melanie Schneekloth, Hannah Friesen, Kathleen Leistikow, Pamela Peterson and Chelsea Kallinen. Not pictured: Kathy Sheffield.[...]

By In the Loop • February 21, 2024

Jill Maas' ability to connect with patients not only makes her an integral part of the healthcare team but may also have helped save a life.

By In the Loop • February 14, 2024

On Jan. 17, 2023, Kari Hall gave birth to a 1-pound, 8-ounce baby boy at Mayo Clinic in Rochester. Today, Waylon is a thriving one-year-old,[...]

By In the Loop • February 9, 2024

Maria Lazaro Elemos, D.N.P., was born in the Philippines. She shares why cultural diversity is important to her and how celebrating the Lunar New Year[...]

By In the Loop • February 8, 2024

Since 2008, Nathan Hellyer, Ph.D., has been traveling to Honduras with Mayo students in the Doctor of Physical Therapy Program to provide medical care in[...]

By In the Loop • February 7, 2024

When Brent Berry became ill after a liver transplant, and his condition deteriorated, a team gathered to come to his aid. He would require a massive blood transfusion protocol that required backup from across the Rochester hospital practice.

By In the Loop • February 5, 2024

Learn what to expect on Mayo Clinic’s new TikTok channel, how some furry visitors got lost in Arizona, and what you'll find at a new Mayo Clinic Store at Mayo Clinic Health System.

By In the Loop • February 1, 2024

At Mayo Clinic, art is recognized for its ability to heal. The Humanities in Medicine team helps bring that element of healing through art exhibits, concerts, bedside arts programs and more. Learn why they do what they do, what they look for in new team members, and what they'd be called if they were a band.

By In the Loop • January 31, 2024