Less than a week after the ceremonial ribbon cutting, McLaren Health began moving patients into the new Greater Lansing hospital.
Along with McLaren Health Care officials, Michigan State University administrators (and the school mascot, Sparty), elected officials, and our project partners, we officially celebrated the completion of McLaren Greater Lansing at a Monday, February 28 ribbon-cutting event. Days later, on Sunday, March 6, McLaren staff began the process of moving patients into the hospital for treatment.
The Barton Malow-Christman joint venture broke ground on the $450-million, nine-story hospital in December 2018. More than three years of work has culminated in a new, 240-bed, private-room hospital with state-of-the-art amenities and nearly 1 million SF of clinical and support space. Other features include a cancer institute, level 3 verified trauma center, certified primary stroke center, 17 operating rooms with one hybrid operating room and four heart catheterization labs, and an outpatient care center that houses an endoscopy center, heart vascular institute, and breast imaging center.
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