$450 million replacement healthcare facility planned in Lansing

December 8, 2017

McLaren Health Care Corp. plans to build a new $450 million replacement hospital in Lansing, Mich., and expand its academic partnership with Michigan State University, according to an article on the Crain's Detroit Business website.

The new hospital will have 240 beds, cancer center and ambulatory care, as well as educational opportunities and medical research.

The plan to replace McLaren Greater Lansing and McLaren Orthopedic Hospital started 10 years ago.

"We intend to redesign the traditional hospital and ambulatory care settings to build the safest, most efficient health care campus in the world," Tom Mee, CEO of McLaren Greater Lansing, said in a statement.

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