McLaren Greater Lansing to Build New Ambulatory Care Campus

Construction is set to begin in summer 2024 and is slated to be complete after a full year.

By HFT Staff

McLaren Greater Lansing, part of statewide McLaren Health Care, has announced its plans to expand further into the community, enhancing patients’ access to healthcare services with the construction of ambulatory care campus in Grand Ledge. The nearly $40 million construction will be anchored by a freestanding emergency department and include additional clinical space, increasing access to commonly used and in-demand health services. 

Construction is scheduled to break ground in the summer of 2024. With a full year slated to complete the facility, McLaren Greater Lansing leadership expects the campus to treat its first patient in fall 2025. 

With 8,500 of the building’s planned 33,680-square feet designated for the emergency department, the facility will allow for more convenient community access to diagnostic imaging and lab services, family medicine, and various specialty services. 

A full complement of emergency physicians and care teams will staff the 17-room emergency department, while the family medicine office can host up to five primary care providers. Both providers and patients will also be afforded the convenience of having various imaging modalities on-campus, with X-ray, ultrasound, and CT fixed units included in the current plan, along with access for mobile units to bring additional imaging capacity and procedures. 

Plans also include office space to accommodate a rotating staff of specialists, such as cardiologists, neurologists and surgical consultants. 

March 21, 2024

Topic Area: Construction

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