ROCHESTER — Mayo Clinic officials are reiterating their plans to invest in the medical giant‘s hometown after threatening to move $4 billion in planned investments out of Minnesota during this year’s legislative session.
Erin Sexton, Mayo Clinic’s director of enterprise community engagement, told the Destination Medical Center (DMC) Board of Directors at a meeting Thursday that Mayo is determining the next steps for what she called a “multi-year strategic initiative” that could “transform health care with a focus on Rochester.”
“And it includes envisioning new and renewed spaces to meet the needs of our patients now and in future generations,” Sexton said, though she did not outline specific plans.
DMC Chair Pamela Wheelock said local officials are looking forward to more discussions on Mayo’s impact on Rochester once concrete plans are unveiled to the public.
Mayo reportedly looks to invest more than $4 billion in Minnesota, which became