South Korean hospital joins Mayo network
Mayo Clinic announced this week that Myongji Hospital in South Korea has joined its international network of care providers.
Myongji becomes the first South Korea hospital to join the system. The Care Network gives affiliated hospitals access to Mayo knowledge and resources.
The network now has more than 45 members, stretching from here in the U.S. to Singapore, the Philippines and Saudi Arabia.
Under the agreements, members remain independent, but can connect with Mayo specialists for consultations and access the Rochester-based medical provider's extensive database of research information and educational materials.
Back in December, we published an in-depth report exploring the ways Mayo is expanding its footprint through technology, research and business to reach more people than ever before.
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