Mayo Clinic Added to UnitedHealthcare Network
Mayo Clinic and UnitedHealthcare on Thursday announced a new network relationship which will give UnitedHealthcare commercial plan customers in-network access to Mayo Clinic doctors and hospitals beginning November 1.
All of Mayo Clinic's campuses-Rochester; Jacksonville, Florida; and Scottsdale and Phoenix, Arizona-will be covered under the partnership.
“This national agreement with UnitedHealthcare will allow even more people to experience Mayo Clinic,” John Noseworthy, Mayo Clinic president and CEO, said in a statement. “Our patients tell us they come to Mayo for our team approach to health care, our ability to find answers, and the peace of mind they have knowing that they receive care from many leading experts in their fields.”
Mayo Clinic treats more than half a million people annually at its campuses in Rochester; Jacksonville, Florida; and Scottsdale and Phoenix, Arizona. It operates two of Minnesota's largest hospitals based on number of available beds-Saint Mary's Hospital and Rochester Methodist Hospital.
UnitedHealthcare is a subsidiary of UnitedHealth Group, Inc.-Minnesota's largest public company based on revenue, which totaled $87.14 billion in 2009.