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Mayo Clinic
13400 East Shea Blvd.
Scottsdale, Arizona 85259
Phone: 480.301.8000
Fax: 480.301.7006

Mayo Clinic in Scottsdale, Arizona is part of the Mayo Clinic health system.

Mayo Clinic is a non-profit group made up of more than 3,300 physicians, scientists, and researchers as well as 46,000 allied health staff working at Mayo Clinic sites around the country. In addition to Scottsdale, Arizona and Phoenix, Arizona, Mayo Clinic has sites in Jacksonville, Florida, and Rochester, Minnesota. Mayo Clinic is the first (and largest) integrated, non-profit group practice in the world treating more than half a million patients each year.

Mayo Clinic in Scottsdale , Arizona is a five-story outpatient clinic on the University of Arizona, Scottsdale campus. The clinic features 240 exam rooms, outpatient surgery, endoscopy, a laboratory, a radiology department, and a pharmacy, as well as a patient-education library, and plenty of multiple level underground parking. In addition, the Scottsdale Mayo Clinic also features the Samuel C. Johnson Medical Research Building, which houses a basic science research laboratory.

The Mayo Clinic specializes in heart care, transplantation, neurosciences, and cancer treatment. Mayo Clinic oncologists treat everything from the most common types of cancer to the rarest forms of the disease. The Mayo Clinic in Scottsdale, Arizona lists more than 100 different types of cancer treated at the clinic. Just a few types of cancer treated at the Mayo Clinic include: mesothelioma, acute lymphocytic leukemia, adrenal carcinoma, anal cancer, melanoma, ovarian cancer, pancreatic cancer, sarcoma, stomach cancer, thymoma, thyroid cancer, throat cancer, tonsil cancer, uterine cancer, and vaginal cancer.

In addition to treating dozens of cancers, the Mayo Clinic is always conducting dozens of clinical trials.

The Mayo Clinic, Scottsdale, Arizona offers innovative treatments and services for the more than 100 different types of cancer that the center treats. These innovative treatments and services facilitate diagnosis, reduce pain, and promote healing. The Mayo Clinic is affiliated with the National Cancer Institute (NCI), the North Central Cancer Treatment Group (NCCTG), the Cancer Prevention Network (CPN), the Coalition of National Cancer Cooperative Groups, Inc. (CNCCG), and the Minnesota Cancer Alliance (MCA).