Arizona. Bold. Forward. is the largest and most visionary capital expansion project in Mayo Clinic history.
Arizona. Bold. Forward. is the largest and most visionary capital expansion project in Mayo Clinic history. By 2024, Mayo Clinic will double the size of the Phoenix, Arizona campus. Through a combination of new construction and additions to existing facilities, Arizona. Bold. Forward. will provide infrastructure to support activities across the Practice, Research, and Education shields, to increase patient access and capacity, accelerate new platforms for innovation, and provide more opportunities for research and education. Mayo Clinic in Arizona is the No. 1 hospital in the state as ranked by U.S. News & World Report.
Richard J. Gray, M.D., is vice president of Mayo Clinic and CEO of Mayo Clinic in Arizona, the No. 1 hospital in the state as ranked by U.S. News & World Report for the last eight consecutive years. Dr. Gray works with Paula E. Menkosky, chief administrative officer, to provide leadership and strategy, define and implement Mayo Clinic’s operational plan, and expand Mayo Clinic’s leadership in Arizona and the Southwest. Prior to being appointed CEO in 2019, Dr. Gray served as chair of the Mayo Clinic Cancer Center in Arizona, chair of Mayo’s Breast Specialty Council, and vice chair of the Department of Surgery in Arizona.
Paula E. Menkosky is the chief administrative officer for Mayo Clinic in Arizona. In this role, she is responsible for Mayo Clinic operations in Arizona in partnership with Richard J. Gray, M.D. Ms. Menkosky began her work at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, in 1996 and has held numerous leadership positions at Mayo Clinic. Prior to joining Mayo Clinic in Arizona in 2012, Ms. Menkosky served as the chair of Education Administration overseeing Mayo Clinic’s five schools and academic initiatives across the enterprise.
Paige M. Perry serves as chair of the Department of Development at Mayo Clinic in Arizona. This position carries broad responsibilities for providing strategic vision, leadership and direction to advance the mission of Mayo Clinic. Ms. Perry joined Mayo Clinic in 2005.
Brian W. Chong, M.D., is a consultant in the Division of Neuroradiology, Department of Radiology at the Mayo Clinic campus in Arizona, with a joint appointment in the Department of Neurologic Surgery. Dr. Chong serves as chair of the Arizona Space and Capital Committee, and he also serves as an associate medical director in the Department of Development. He joined the staff of Mayo Clinic in 2004 and holds the academic rank of associate professor of radiology, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Science.
There is a historic link that exists between Mayo Clinic’s buildings and crucial breakthroughs in medicine. As the Arizona campus faces the prospect of major growth, the opportunities in the years ahead are boundless. Visionary work is happening each day at Mayo Clinic, creating new standards in health care for the benefit of patients around the world. Capital expansion is an essential part of this progress.
The thread of philanthropy weaves together the vision, the plan, the purpose and the execution. Benefactors are valued co-visionaries who believe a revolutionary new approach to health care is possible through Mayo Clinic. We’ll do so while adhering to our long-standing values and commitment to putting the needs of the patient first.
Your investment provides the necessary support to ensure our full vision comes to fruition and addresses urgent unmet patient needs in new and innovative ways.
Through combination of new construction and additions to existing facilities, Arizona. Bold. Forward. will provide:
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The expansion adds a new six-story patient tower and eight operating rooms to increase patient access to Mayo Clinic care, doubled laboratory medicine space to increase test volumes, a new 24-bed observation unit and more.
The emergency department will double to 56 rooms and have the ability to care for 75,000 patients each year — strongly positioning Mayo Clinic in Arizona to provide immediate access to emergency care and respond to community health crises.
This four-story, 217,000-square-foot expansion will support future growth in areas like transplant surgery, cancer, cardiovascular disorders, neuroscience, pulmonary medicine and regenerative medicine.
The 150,000 square foot Integrated Education and Research Building offers new and expanded space for students and researchers, advancing the ingenuity of teamwork and diverse thought that has been the cornerstone of Mayo Clinic’s success since inception.