Mayo Clinic Recognized as a StormReady Supporter Today

The Mayo Clinic (Rochester campus) will be recognized this morning as a National Weather Service (NWS) StormReady Supporter.  The ceremony will be held in the Baldwin building - room number 1-507, on the first floor by the pharmacy, at 9:00 a.m. Monday, July 18th.

NOAA’s National Weather Service officials have recognized the Mayo Clinic (Rochester, MN Campus) for enhancing public safety by promoting the principles and guidelines of StormReady®, a hazardous weather and safety awareness program. Mayo Clinic is the first medical organization in Minnesota to earn the StormReady Supporter recognition.

StormReady encourages communities to take a proactive approach to improving local hazardous weather operations and public awareness. StormReady Supporters, like the Mayo Clinic, establish severe weather safety plans and actively take part in and promote severe weather safety awareness activities. Mayo Clinic and the National Weather Service have had an active partnership for several years ahead of this recognition.

You can find more information about the StormReady program at NWS StormReady Webpage.

Again - a ceremony will be held at the Baldwin Building in Rochester at 9:00 a.m. this morning. Room 1-507.

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