December 7, 2017
Grand Blanc, MI-based McLaren Health Care Corp. plans to build a new $450 million replacement hospital in Lansing, MI, and expand its academic partnership on healthcare with Michigan State University. The facility will feature a 240-bed state-of-the-art hospital, cancer center, ambulatory care center and other facilities to support healthcare delivery, education and medical research on a 52-acre campus.
McLaren Greater Lansing’s Tom Mee says, “We intend to redesign the traditional hospital and ambulatory care settings to build the safest, most efficient health care campus in the world. This project isn’t just about bricks and mortar; this is about reinventing health care delivery.”
The campus will consolidate two current Lansing hospital facilities, and be developed on land purchased from MSU Foundation in University Corporate Research Park. Expected to open in late 2021, the facility will be home to more than 1,000 physicians, researchers, educators and other academic and medical teams.
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