CANNON FALLS, Minn. – Several Mayo Clinic locations are closed Thursday night’s storms.
Mayo Clinic Health System says its sites in Faribault, Kenyon, and the Southview Support Center in Owatonna have been shut down due to safety concerns and power outages. The Cannon Falls clinic is also closed but the hospital and emergency department remain open.
Locations in Blooming Prairie, Lake City, Owatonna, Red Wing, and Zumbrota are also staying open.
Mayo says “The safety and health of our patients is Mayo Clinic Health System’s top priority. Patients in need of care who are in areas with clinic closures are directed to contact the nearest medical facility. We will continue to monitor the situation and will update as the situation unfolds. Our thoughts are with all those affected by the storms.”
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