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McLaren Bay Region

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McLaren Bay Region

McLaren Bay Region is a 404-bed acute care hospital providing specialty, primary and preventative care located in Bay City, Michigan. Services include cardiovascular, neuroscience, women’s health, orthopedics, rehabilitation, home health and hospice care, EMS and oncology. The emergency department treats more than 45,000 patients a year. McLaren Bay Region is affiliated with more than 50 educational institutions for training a wide variety of clinical personnel. As the regional leader in cardiovascular and neuroscience services, the medical center cares for patients throughout the Great Lakes Bay Region with a population of nearly 500,000.

McLaren is an Equal Opportunity Employer, including disabled and veterans.

COMMUNITY LIVING

Nestled in the Saginaw Valley, with the Saginaw River running directly through its downtown, Bay City is a beautiful waterside community with small town charm and big city amenities. With a wide array of unique shops, art galleries, and over 25 one-of-a-kind restaurants, there is something to discover around every corner in the historic downtown. Soak in the sights on a cruise on the bay; or fuel your adventurous side with the Bay City Grand Prix - professional powerboat racing on the Saginaw River. Bay City is host to many activities for all ages including: concerts, car shows, art and cultural events, and planetarium showings on a 360-digital screen at Delta College Planetarium. The Bay Area provides all the educational opportunities you could ask for: public schools, Catholic and Lutheran parochial schools, four Colleges/Universities, plus special academic programs – there is an institution to fit whatever your needs. When moving here, whether you're looking for a house, town-home, apartment, riverfront condominium, a cozy subdivision, a piece of history, or a place with access to the Saginaw River and Bay, Bay County offers it all!

West Branch, Michigan is a quaint little city nestled between Ogemaw & West Branch Townships. The City is home to just over 2,000 residents and is a little over 1 square mile in size. Easily accessible, the West Branch area is conveniently located off Interstate 75 with on/off ramps (exits 212 & 215) at each end of town. West Branch has much to offer to all who visit. Enjoy unique shopping in Downtown Victorian, or just a relaxing stroll down the tree-laced main street. Cinema 3 offers the most current family friendly Box Office hits for all to enjoy with an attached ice cream shop serving old-fashioned hand-dipped cones & sundaes. If your preference is soft-serve, we got you covered with the DQ on the west end of town. West Branch has many dining options as well ranging from family restaurants & pubs to fine dining.

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McLaren Central Michigan

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McLaren Central Michigan

McLaren Central Michigan is a 118-bed acute care not-for-profit hospital located in Mount Pleasant, Michigan offering a full range of quality health and wellness services to the residents of central Michigan including cardiovascular care, cancer services, and comprehensive surgical and orthopedic services. The hospital has over 70 active staff physicians and is associated with more than 150 other skilled providers.

McLaren is an Equal Opportunity Employer, including disabled and veterans.

COMMUNITY LIVING

Situated at the center of Michigan’s lower peninsula, with Mt. Pleasant’s stable growth, the area maintains one of the state’s lowest unemployment rates. The beautiful campus of Central Michigan University is located in Mt. Pleasant, and recently added the new CMU College of Medicine. In addition to the strong university presence, the area’s public and private schools offer families great K-12 educational opportunities. When looking for housing, Mt. Pleasant offers a variety of options and is abundant with rental opportunities. The picturesque four-season climate of Michigan, combined with the abundance of lakes and the Chippewa River, makes Mt. Pleasant a perfect destination for outdoor activities. Camping, cross-country skiing, picnicking, swimming, fishing, and hiking are just a few of the possibilities; and the city provides a wide range of both youth and adult recreational programs. For the golf enthusiast, there are 13 golf courses within 30 minutes from town, and for those who enjoy live performances, the Soaring Eagle Waterpark, Hotel, and Casino complex brings top-notch performers to its stage. Mt. Pleasant offers amenities not often found in a community retaining a true “hometown” feel, making it a delightful place to be.


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McLaren Flint

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McLaren Flint

McLaren Flint is a 404-bed tertiary teaching facility located in Flint, Michigan serving the medical needs of residents in greater Genesee County and mideast Michigan. McLaren Flint is affiliated with Michigan State University College of Human Medicine in its medical residency programs including family practice, internal medicine, general surgery, orthopedic surgery and radiology. McLaren Flint also maintains vascular surgery and health psychology fellowship programs in partnership with Michigan State University.

McLaren is an Equal Opportunity Employer, including disabled and veterans.

COMMUNITY LIVING

Flint, Michigan is located at the intersection of state highways (I-75, I-69 and US 23). Flint is central to everything loved about Michigan. All the ease and comfort of city living without the stress of traffic jams and a hectic pace. The Flint Township area is in the center of the retail hub where restaurants are plentiful and reflect the diverse cultural makeup of the population. Downtown Flint reflects the area's renaissance with art walks, dining options, University of Michigan, Flint campus, the award winning Flint Farmer's market and the legendary Flint Cultural Center including The Whiting, Flint Institute of Arts and the newly renovated Longway Planetarium. Enjoy nearby parks and lakes offer endless outdoor recreational activities. New to the area are sports teams which include the Flint Firebirds, a major junior ice hockey team in the Ontario hockey league and Waza Flo, the major arena soccer league which recently relocated its home base to Flint. Located on the Flint River, Flint is located about one hour northwest of Detroit, and a four hour drive to both Chicago to the west and Toronto to the east.

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McLaren Greater Lansing

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McLaren Greater Lansing

McLaren Greater Lansing is a 389-bed nonprofit hospital with deep community roots in Lansing, Michigan. McLaren Greater Lansing is engaged with a number of organizations to help further efforts to provide exceptional health care services and improve the overall health and wellness of the community.

McLaren Greater Lansing health care providers strive to exceed medicine’s highest standards of care and are recognized for achieving exceptional patient outcomes and numerous accreditations for following evidence-based standards of care. McLaren Greater Lansing has received accolades in cardiology and orthopedics; however, many services define McLaren Greater Lansing for excellence including:

  • A full-service diagnostic and teaching Breast Care Center
  • A Wound Care Center with exceptional healing rates
  • A multidisciplinary Pain Management Center
  • A nationally recognized Sleep & Alertness Center
  • Pediatric hospitalists – on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
  • Patient rehabilitation centers for cardiology, pulmonary,
  • sports medicine and physical therapy
  • A full-service consumer and clinical library
  • More than 30 affiliated practices and teaching clinics
  • Community-based health education sessions, health screenings, and outreach

McLaren is an Equal Opportunity Employer, including disabled and veterans.

COMMUNITY LIVING

Lansing, Michigan, Michigan's Capital, offers the excitement of city life integrated with the warmth and charm of small-town U.S.A. Residents and businesses alike are attracted to Lansing for its central location, excellent city services, and ample educational and employment opportunities. The area has small-town warmth and charm while enjoying the fun and sophistication of a big city including art, theatre, fine dining and much more. There is also a great system of parks and a river trail that offers terrific opportunities for walking and biking. Lansing is home to Big Ten Conference School Michigan State University, Lansing Community College and the nation’s third largest law school, Cooley Law. In addition to the Michigan State Capitol, Greater Lansing is home to the state Supreme Court, the Court of Appeals, the Library of Michigan and the Michigan Historical Center.

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McLaren Lapeer Region

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McLaren Lapeer Region

McLaren Lapeer Region is a 222-bed acute care hospital located in Lapeer, Michigan. The hospital is the primary provider of health care services to Lapeer County and the surrounding area. In 2013, McLaren Lapeer Region was verified as a Level II trauma center by the American College of Surgeons (ACS), making it the only verified trauma center in the entire Thumb region. Services include cardiology, oncology and cancer care, orthopedic surgery, obstetrics and gynecology, general surgery, interventional radiology, neurology, neurosurgery, pulmonology, pain management, physical medicine and rehabilitation, wound care, sleep disorders and behavioral health as well as other areas of acute and chronic care.

McLaren is an Equal Opportunity Employer, including disabled and veterans.

COMMUNITY LIVING

Established in 1831 and located at the base of Michigan's Thumb Region, Lapeer is beautifully historic; its downtown district is pedestrian friendly, lined with specialty shops and restaurants, and comprised of walking paths, bike trails, and a large public park system. Lapeer is overflowing with wonderful golf courses, restaurants, and family recreation facilities. Every season brings about highly anticipated activities and holiday celebrations, such as free summer concerts on the Courthouse lawn, art fairs, farmers markets, the Lapeer Days Festival, Winterfest, and the Halloween Treat Walk. In Lapeer, residents enjoy a quality public school system, as well as one tech center, one charter school, one private grade school, four parochial schools, and numerous preschools and learning centers, all located within the County. The Lapeer community is growing and has become a very desirable location for businesses and families. Lapeer has all the traditional housing options available, such as ownership or renting homes, condos, and apartments. However, the area also takes pride in parcels containing multiple acres of land and wooded lots perfect for building your dream home. With its small-town charm and rich history, Lapeer could be just the place you’ve been looking for.

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McLaren Macomb

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McLaren Macomb

 

McLaren Macomb is a 288-bed acute care hospital located in Mount Clemens, Michigan. With more than 2,000 employees, McLaren Macomb is one of Macomb County's top employers. The hospital also has more than 420 affiliated physicians. McLaren Macomb has enjoyed consistent growth for more than 60 years. With numerous physician offices and medical buildings, McLaren Macomb continues to make its presence known throughout Macomb County. Today McLaren Macomb stands out in the county as an important community resource.

McLaren Macomb provides a full range of services including cancer and cardiovascular care. The hospital operates one of the busiest emergency departments in area. McLaren Macomb also has top-notch surgical services using state-of-the-art technology. The hospital's teaching program, with its high standard of excellence, now attracts hundreds of top students from across the nation.

McLaren is an Equal Opportunity Employer, including disabled and veterans.

COMMUNITY LIVING

Mount Clemens, Michigan has a long and rich history as one of the oldest cities in the State of Michigan. Downtown Mount Clemens is home to over 30 events annually which bring over 150,000 visitors to Mount Clemens each year. Nearby amenities include Freedom Hill County Park and concert venue and Metropolitan Beach, one of the Huron-Clinton Metropolitan Park District parks. The Mount Clemens Municipal Marina is in the downtown area on the Clinton River and Lake Saint Clair and is less than five miles east of Downtown. The area is home to robust retail and commercial businesses and Selfridge Air National Guard Base is nearby. The Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport is the closest international airport located approximately forty miles southwest of Mount Clemens. Housing options for every preference are available including lake front living, high-end luxury estates, sprawling county homes, historic rural villages and family-friendly suburbs and urban lofts. A colorful mix of cider mills, orchards and farmers' markets come to life every fall in picturesque northern Macomb County.

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McLaren Northern Michigan

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McLaren Northern Michigan

McLaren Northern Michigan is a 202-bed regional referral center located in Petoskey, Michigan serving 150,000 residents in 22 counties across northern Lower Michigan and the eastern part of the Upper Peninsula. McLaren Northern Michigan provides comprehensive, compassionate care close to home through a full spectrum of hospital services, health screenings, educational programs and clinical trials. A medical staff of nearly 200 physicians represent nearly all medical and surgical specialties enabling full-service care with an emphasis on heart, cancer, orthopedics, and neuroscience services.

McLaren is an Equal Opportunity Employer, including disabled and veterans.

COMMUNITY LIVING

Petoskey is located on the shores of Lake Michigan's beautiful Little Traverse Bay in northwest, lower-Peninsula Michigan. The historic architecture, seasonal activities, and miles of waterfront make it a great place to settle year-round. Petoskey is a wonderful place to raise a family with its excellent schools (both public and parochial) and community sports programs. The historic downtown offers many gourmet restaurants, specialty shops, and boutiques; as well as an active art and music community leading to very diverse and exciting opportunities to both watch and participate in music and theater. Petoskey’s housing market has diverse residential options: from condominiums to several acres of land, and ownership to renting. The area boasts of elegant Victorian architecture in the homes and buildings, with more than 400 homes on the National Historic register. There is something for everyone with the plethora of year-round outdoor activities in Petoskey. In the winter, the Winter Sports Park offers outdoor hockey, ice skating, and sledding; while the summer provides tubing, swimming, and countless beaches and woods to explore. Several hiking and biking trails wind throughout the area – some are even part of the North Country Trail, which links seven states and covers 4,600 miles from New York to North Dakota.

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McLaren Oakland

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McLaren Oakland

McLaren Oakland, formerly known as POH Medical Center, is a 150-bed acute care facility located in downtown Pontiac, Michigan. The corporation consists of the main hospital (downtown), two satellite clinics (in the nearby communities of Oxford and Clarkston), a long-term care facility, a free-standing MRI center, a durable medical equipment company and several hospital-owned practices. McLaren Oakland is the ninth largest DO training program in the country with over 100 residents in 15 programs serving multiple surrounding communities with practice opportunities available in those outlying communities.

McLaren is an Equal Opportunity Employer, including disabled and veterans.

COMMUNITY LIVING

Pontiac, Michigan is primarily blue-collar with a manufacturing base in the auto and high-tech industries. The city is at the north end of the famous Woodward Avenue which extends as a major boulevard into Detroit. Pontiac participates in the annual Woodward Dream Cruise, an event celebrating Woodward's hot-rod history, stretching from Detroit to Pontiac. Pontiac is situated in North Central Oakland County which is among the ten highest income counties in the United States with populations over one million people. The area boasts 4 season activities with affordable housing in communities rich with lakes, golf courses, sports and cultural activities.

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McLaren Port Huron

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McLaren Port Huron

McLaren Port Huron is a 186-bed not-for-profit community hospital that provides a full spectrum of inpatient and outpatient health care services to residents in St. Clair and Sanilac counties including specialized centers accredited or certified for breast health services, orthopedics, stroke care, bariatric surgery, wound healing, cancer care, inpatient diabetes care and sleep medicine. Committed to making a positive difference in the health of our communities since 1882, McLaren Port Huron has been recognized repeatedly for clinical excellence and patient safety by nationally renowned organizations known for their measurements of hospitals and health care systems.

McLaren is an Equal Opportunity Employer, including disabled and veterans.

COMMUNITY LIVING

Port Huron, Michigan is known as the "Maritime Capital of the Great Lakes" with unique sites to be explored. Enjoy coffee houses, dine at the many waterfront restaurants, shop, golf or relax on the many beaches and swim in the clear beautiful blue waters. The city of Port Huron owns and operates several public beaches, parks with picnic facilities, and the largest municipal marina system in the state. Port Huron is home to two paper mills and many businesses related to tourism and the automotive industry. The city features a historic downtown area, boardwalk, marina, museum, lighthouse, and the McMorran Place arena and entertainment complex. Port Huron is also home of the St. Clair County International Airport which is a public airport located five miles southwest of the central business district. Port Huron offers public and private education opportunities for grades K-12. It is also home of St. Clair County Community College and Baker College.