Mayo Clinic Jacksonville – Robert and Monica Jacoby Building

The new radiochemistry lab building was designed to house a PET Trace cyclotron, a radiochemistry lab, clean processing rooms, offices, support spaces, and an underground pneumatic tube system. This facility will help deliver breakthrough diagnostic tests and research capabilities for individualized patient care across a wide range of applications, including cancer, heart disease, stroke, dementia, and infections.

Key features

  • Infrastructure and utilities designed for future expansion including a second cyclotron.
  • Pneumatic tube system connecting the cyclotron building to the PET/CT in the main hospital.
  • FDA approved to produce PET radiopharmaceuticals for patient care and clinical trials.
The menu icon
The menu icon