Mayo Clinic in Florida

Sherry Pinkstaff was young, healthy and completely blindsided by a stroke. She credits her recovery to quick thinking by her husband and expert care at[...]

By In the Loop • November 30, 2017

Matt Derechin was diagnosed with epilepsy at 19. The seizures that accompany the disorder have often disrupted his life, but a new treatment plan has[...]

By In the Loop • November 28, 2017

For close to two decades, Art Rowbotham had kept Parkinson's symptoms in check with medication. When that changed, his team at Mayo Clinic offered Art[...]

By In the Loop • October 26, 2017

It had been 15 years since Tom Manuel had a heart transplant, but he never forgot the name of his transplant surgeon. The two of[...]

By In the Loop • October 10, 2017

An ordinary afternoon of jury duty turned anything but for internal medicine resident Adam Kase, M.D., when a fellow juror went into sudden cardiac arrest.[...]

By In the Loop • September 21, 2017

After living with seizures for more than 20 years, Peggy Cardona found relief at Mayo Clinic. Doctors used a technique called brain mapping to remove[...]

By In the Loop • August 22, 2017

About 150 staff and retirees of Mayo Clinic lined up out the door of Kinne Auditorium on the Florida campus on May 20. They were[...]

By In the Loop • June 11, 2015

Ginny Kelley with Drs. David Zapala, Larry Lundy and David Walker If there’s comfort in knowing your care team, Ginny Kelley must have felt like[...]

By In the Loop • July 24, 2014

It's pretty safe to say that Panos Anastasiadis, Ph.D., chair of Mayo's Department of Cancer Biology in Florida, will never look at a fried egg[...]

By Elizabeth Harty • March 4, 2014

The Energizer Bunny’s got nothing on Carroll Sharp of Jacksonsville, who, since the late 1960s, has been going and going and going … to donate[...]

By In the Loop • January 14, 2014