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Mayo Clinic Bold Forward Unbound

An initiative that invests $5 billion to reshape six downtown blocks by 2030. The plan includes the construction of five new buildings — including two clinical buildings — with architectural firms Foster + Partners and CannonDesign and construction manager Gilbane. Construction is anticipated to pick up in early 2024, beginning with the demolition of former hotels on West Center Street, the former Lourdes High School building, Damon parking ramp and the Ozmun building. The 2.4 million square feet of new space will be “infused with technology to improve care delivery,” said Dr. Amy Williams, Mayo Clinic executive dean of practice. Those clinical buildings will feature a flexible grid where rooms and floors can meet the structural specifications needed for operating suites, inpatient hospital beds and diagnostic imaging spaces. This opens the door to converting some operating rooms, for example, into inpatient rooms, or vice versa.

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Project Impact(s): Health, Medical Services, STEM, Technology Enablement

This project is in Plan Phase

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Collaborators, Project Type, Impacts, Related Projects

Collaborators 

Lead Organization: Mayo Clinic

Contact: TBD ; Email: TBD ; Phone: TBD

Known/Likely Collaborators: City of Rochester, MN ; DMC EDA ; Mayo Clinic ; State of Minnesota

Potential Collaborators:


Related Projects

America's City for Health ; BioRochester and MedHub 3.0 ; City of Rochester Initiates New Budget Process and Publishes Digital Format ; Co-design Tracker ; DMC Discovery Square ; Destination Medical Center (DMC) ; Mayo Clinic Platform Accelerate ; Saint Marys Place Design Process with citizen's participation


Impacts 

Major Impact:  Regional Growth

PlanScape Impacts :

Level 1: Health, Medical Services, STEM, Technology Enablement

Level 2: Civic Engagement, Health & Wellness

DMC Impacts:

Technology, Health & Wellness, Sports, Recreation, Nature, Heart of the City, Discovery Square, Central Station, Waterfront, St Marys Place

Community Health Impacts:


Type of Project

Building  

 

 

Detailed Description

Per Mayo Website

ROCHESTER, Minn. — Mayo Clinic’s Board of Trustees has approved Bold. Forward. Unbound. in Rochester, a multiyear strategic initiative that advances Mayo Clinic’s Bold. Forward. strategy to Cure, Connect and Transform healthcare for the benefit of patients everywhere. It reimagines Mayo Clinic’s downtown Rochester campus and introduces new facilities with a combination of innovative care concepts and digital technologies that will give Mayo Clinic the ability to scale transformation in ways never before imagined. 

This Rochester initiative is part of Mayo Clinic’s Bold. Forward. Unbound. physical plan to achieve seamless integration of physical spaces and digital capabilities to meet patients’ unmet and evolving needs across all sites. Projects are well underway in Arizona, Florida, La Crosse, Mankato, and now soon in Rochester. 

 


 

Announcement Video

 

 

 


 

 


Pinned Reports on: Mayo Clinic Bold Forward Unbound


Mayo Clinic Bold Forward Unbound (February 21, 2024)

Bold Forward Announcements

Video Mayo CEO

Mayo News June 2023

Related News: Community Reactions ; City of Rochester Support of Bold (2/1/2024)

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Reports on: Mayo Clinic Bold Forward Unbound


Mayo Clinic Bold Forward Unbound (February 21, 2024)

Bold Forward Announcements

Video Mayo CEO

Mayo News June 2023

Related News: Community Reactions ; City of Rochester Support of Bold (2/1/2024)

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Other Community News and Reports having impacts on:

Health, Medical Services, STEM, Technology Enablement  
May 27, 2024: DMC's BioRoch effort to Collaborate with MN MedTech 3.0

DMCC Board Updates:

1. May 2024 Status Memo to DMCC Board  

2. Feb 2024 DMCC Board Meeting: Video Clip of Discussion at Feb 1 2024 DMCC Board - DMC part of MedTech 3.0; Memo to DMCC

3. Nov. 2023 Video Clip of Discussion at DMCC Board Meeting about MN MedTech 3.0 Description and Webinar

References: US DEA Tech Hub Awardees 

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May 21, 2024: M.O.V.E: A Collaboration of SHIP, Joint Study, One Olmsted

Mobilizing Olmsted Voices for Equity (M.O.V.E.) community council application

M.O.V.E. Promotional Flyer and Application to join M.O.V.E.

5/10/2024 Conversation Olmsted County Rep and CMRC Rep.: Regarding Olmsted County Community Council's DEI initiative called Mobilizing Olmsted Voices for Equity (M.O.V.E) 

Rochester Area Foundation Support Message

 

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May 01, 2024: Community Outreach Public Relations
Austin KSMQ R-Town Program Interview Segment about CMRC

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April 27, 2024: 2024 Destination Medical Center (DMC) Updates
DMC Updates April 29 Presentation to City Council Study Session 

Transit Village

Business Development

Historic District

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April 22, 2024: Credible Mind and Collective Impact
Introducing Credible Mind to support CHNA collaboration. 

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March 20, 2024: NIH Community Engagement Alliance Consultative Resource

We invite community organizations and partners who expressed interest in the Community Partnerships to Advance Science for Society (ComPASS) initiative to participate at no cost in several opportunities hosted by CEACR.

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March 04, 2024: Olmsted County Human Rights and Human Services Reorg
Reorganization: Olmsted County announces changes to advisory boards for human services and human rights.

“This new model positions us to better learn from our residents and address community needs.”

Open Beam Comments : Accountability of actions and results

 

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February 01, 2024: Ignite Cup 2024

The Ignite Cup is a startup competition to connect and grow our entrepreneurial ecosystem. The winner of our pitch competition will be a guaranteed semi-finalist at the MN Cup.

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January 19, 2024: Minnesota Compass Insights
Dec 2023 Newsletter

DATA MYTHBUSTERS, part 3

Cost burdened households

Programs and resources to help you with DEI and leadership initiatives:

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November 30, 2023: Discovery Square Shared Lab Infastructure
A shared lab space for a community of like-minded entrepreneurs associated with one or more academic research partners

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November 30, 2023: BIPOC Cohort Winter Food Drive
BIPOC Cohort Winter Food Drive on behalf of LifeGate Services. 

 

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November 10, 2023: CMRC Community Health Collaboraton Portal Application to Mayo Social Impact Grant
1. CMRC proposal was not selected for funding 2023-11-10 but it did receive strong consideration from Mayo social impact review panel. 

2. Community Health Collaboration Portal has been selected to second round and pitched to Mayo panel 2023-10-24. Pitch format to follow Mayo Clinic's Walleye Tank style. 

3. August CMRC meeting video recording

4. CMRC Coalition's submission to Mayo Social Innovation Grant: Proposal details and letters of support.

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November 05, 2023: Mayo Clinic part of new nationwide health innovation network

1. The Mayo Clinic Platform is one of more than a dozen initial spokes of that network. Dr. John Halamka, president of the Mayo Clinic Platform, said it was chosen for its work using data and augmented intelligence to help find cures for patients.

2. Who's who in charge of Mayo Clinic Platform

3, Federal ARPA-H Info

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November 01, 2023: CMR Outreach to community organizations to take up NIH Build Up Trust Grant

1. 2023-11-01 CMRC Convening a Checkpoint Meeting to gauge collaboration interests.

2. 2023-10-12 One Olmstead to take a lead;

3. Updates with CMRC,

4.  More info from NIH

5. Outreaches to Mayo, UMR and Olmsted County Public Health. 

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