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Mayo Clinic partnership

In October 2017 Oxford University Hospitals, the University of Oxford and Mayo Clinic announced a new partnership, agreeing to work together to drive advances in medical research and patient care.

The multi-award-winning US-based Mayo Clinic serves more than 1.3 million patients worldwide, and invests more than $1bn in clinical research and education each year.

In March 2019 Newsweek magazine ranked Mayo Clinic in Rochester the best hospital in the world.

Dr Bruno Holthof, Chief Executive of OUH, said: "This transatlantic partnership will bring together leading researchers and clinicians from around the world. Together we will be able to attract more talent and funding in order to create better health outcomes for our patients."

The first manifestation of this new partnership is Mayo Clinic Healthcare in partnership with Oxford University Clinic, a new private clinic opening on Portland Place in central London in September 2019.

The new clinic will offer a wide range of premium diagnostic and screening services, from bone density examinations to breast screening and MRIs.

Any profits which OUH makes from the clinic will be reinvested in NHS services.

Mayo Clinic Healthcare in partnership with Oxford University Clinic is the first step for the joint venture and is the key focus for all partners involved at this stage at this stage.

Potential areas for future collaboration include research and education projects, pilot studies to focus on leading improvements in quality of care, integration of services and health outcomes, and the exchange of resources to support research, practice and educational activities.

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