Who is Gonda at Mayo Clinic?

Who is Gonda at Mayo Clinic?

Leslie Gonda
Leslie Gonda, a longtime Mayo Clinic patient who with his wife, Susan, supported the construction of the Gonda Building in Rochester, Minnesota, passed away on Friday, March 16, at 98.

Who is Susan Gonda Leslie?

Leslie Gonda was born Lazlo Goldschmied in Hungary in 1919 but changed his name during World War II to escape the Nazis. He and his wife, Susan, both Holocaust survivors, fled to Venezuela, where Gonda began to build his wealth from construction and real estate businesses.

What is Gonda Building named after?

Gonda was a benefactor of many medical institutions, museums, and charities. He donated the learning center at the Holocaust Museum in Washington, D.C. He made large donations to the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, where the Gonda building is named after him.

How old is the Gonda Building?

20c. 2001
Gonda Building/Age

How many floors does the Mayo Clinic have?

18 stories
The Mayo Building is the main center of the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota….Mayo Building (Rochester, Minnesota)

Mayo Building
Floor count 18 stories
Design and construction
Architect Ellerbe Becket
Main contractor Mayo Clinic

What year was the Gonda building built?

That’s an expansion of more than 10 percent compared with the 1.5 million square feet overall in the Gonda Building, which was the biggest construction project in Mayo Clinic’s history when it was completed in 2001.

How many floors does the Gonda Building have?

Gonda Building/Floors

How tall is the Gonda Building?

93 m
Gonda Building/Height

The Gonda Building is a medical building owned by the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, and designed by Ellerbe Becket Architects and Engineers. It rises 305 feet (93 m) in 21 floors, and was completed in 2001. At the time it was the tallest building in Rochester, and was surpassed in 2004 by Broadway Plaza.

What insurances does Mayo Clinic accept?

Insurance types accepted at Mayo Clinic

  • Contracted insurance plans.
  • Medicare.
  • Medicaid.
  • Tricare/Champus.
  • HMOs.
  • Other insurance types such as disability insurance, motor vehicle insurance, prescription card plans and workers’ compensation.