May 2020
The current environment presents many challenges. Mayo Clinic's highest priority is patient and staff safety. We are taking every precaution to protect the safety of our patients through universal masking, enhanced safety protocols, robust screening and COVID-19 testing strategies. Mayo Clinic has a long-standing history of helping our community in crisis while maintaining capacity to care for patients who need it most. We continue to evaluate the circumstances at each of our sites and follow federal and state mandates to protect the safety of our patients, staff and communities.
Find resources for providers and answers to questions on referrals and testing for COVID-19 on the Medical Professionals Resource Center.
Patient Care

Many health care professionals are reaching into the arsenal of off-label drugs such as hydroxychloroquine and lopinavir-ritonavir to treat patients with COVID-19. Mayo Clinic cardiologists offer a tool to mitigate the risk of ventricular arrhythmias and drug-induced sudden cardiac death.

Mayo's spinal oncology specialists may employ proton beam therapy, carbon fiber implants or surgical alternatives ― such as decompression, stabilization, ablation technologies or cement augmentation ― to meet each patient's needs.

Experts at Mayo Clinic are challenging the historical approach to advanced pancreatic adenocarcinoma treatment and extending survival beyond 12-18 months using an aggressive approach.


In response to COVID-19, Mayo Clinic researchers are working to find ways to better diagnose, treat and prevent the spread of the disease.

A large study demonstrates an elevated risk of colorectal cancer in individuals with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and in individuals with IBD who have a close relative with colorectal cancer.

See all Family Medicine and General Internal Medicine Clinical Trials at Mayo Clinic

Mayo Clinic School of Continuous Professional Development offers online CME courses and  podcasts to help meet your CME needs during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Medical education from Mayo Clinic experts is also available through GIBLIB, a new on-demand medical education library. GIBLIB’s extensive offerings include full-capture surgical video with live narration by Mayo Clinic surgeons, lectures by industry leaders, and GIBLIB originals featuring timely discussions on trending topics in medicine.

Mayo Clinic experts bring you essential updates for health care providers caring for patients with COVID-19 in the critical care setting. This online CME course consists of 7 lectures covering intubation safety, infection control, navigating drug shortages, maximizing team performance, mindset training, humanizing critical care and caring for critical care survivors.

Information on COVID-19 is rapidly evolving. In this ongoing series, Mayo Clinic experts discuss the pandemic, covering topics like clinical features, PPE recommendations, antibody testing, and more. Listen through your favorite podcast platform and then claim CME credit.

See all Family Medicine and Internal Medicine and Subspecialties Continuous Professional Development courses
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