Nurse to open a new Rochester wellness clinic to help others live a healthier, better life

May 24—ROCHESTER — Nurse and health care professional Lindsey Marquez plans on living to be an energetic and mobile 96-year-old. And she wants to help others do that by opening The Longevity Lab in Rochester.

Marquez hopes to open the doors of her new wellness and aesthetics clinic at 3456 East Circle Drive NE by mid-June with a grand opening celebration in mid-July.

Darci Fenske of Paramark Real Estate brokered the leasing deal between the landlord and tenant.

The Longevity Lab is located next to BB's Pizzeria in the former Priority Construction offices. Priority Construction recently moved to the former Archery Headquarters complex in northeast Rochester.

Marquez will offer wellness services like weight management and vitamin injections. She will also offer aesthetics like medical-grade skincare procedures and products.

Opening The Longevity Lab allows Marquez to do more of what she has enjoyed while working at Mayo Clinic and other wellness clinics in Rochester.

"I just like helping people and getting to be a small part in someone's transformation. I like seeing them come alive," she said. "I just want to create ripples. There's so much unhealthy stuff about America. I just want to create something healthy to help others."

Marquez will staff The Longevity Lab by herself at first, but she is looking to hire employees to help manage the clinic and its two procedure rooms.