Mayo Clinic earns highest score on LGBTQ Health Equality Index survey

Mayo Clinic in Arizona, Florida and Rochester earned 100 —the highest score possible —on the Human Rights Campaign Foundation’s 2022 Health Equality Index survey. These locations have been recognized as “Leaders in LGBTQ+ Healthcare” for 2022. With numerous different locations as a factor, Mayo Clinic Health System did not participate. The Human Rights Campaign Foundation is the largest civil rights organization in the U.S., working to achieve equality for LGBTQ people. The Foundation uses its…

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