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Design-Build and Consultant Teams Announced for McLaren’s New Hospital Project

LANSING, Mich. – A joint venture between Lansing-based The Christman Company and Southfield-based Barton Malow will be the construction managers of McLaren Greater Lansing’s new hospital adjacent to Michigan State University. Detroit-based Harley Ellis Devereaux and the Chicago office of CallisonRTKL will be the architects of the acute care hospital, officials announced today.

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McLaren Greater Lansing Welcomes Kirk Ray as President and CEO

Kirk Ray Named President and Chief Executive Officer of McLaren Greater Lansing.
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New AHA stroke guidelines reinforce McLaren Stroke Network practice; support thrombectomy up to 24 hours

New guidelines include evidence supporting that patients can benefit from a thrombectomy for up to 24 hours and still achieve enhanced, 1A outcomes. Previous guidelines suggested six hours.

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McLaren Greater Lansing Now Offers Nitrous Oxide as a New Option For Pain Relief For Laboring Moms

McLaren Greater Lansing is now offering nitrous oxide as an option for patients who are experiencing pain and anxiety during labor but would prefer to labor without an epidural.

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McLaren Greater Lansing Announces New Hospital

McLaren Announces New Hospital in South Lansing, to Broaden Work with MSU on Research and Health Care Efforts
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McLaren Health Care To Acquire Indiana Health Plan

Acquisition marks system’s first expansion outside of Michigan; more than doubles size of health plan operations
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McLaren Greater Lansing’s Tumor Board Provides Tailored Cancer Treatment Plan

According to the American Cancer Society in the US alone more than 600,000 estimated cancer deaths will occur in 2017. Virtually everyone has been affected by the disease or knows someone who has.

To combat these numbers, McLaren Greater Lansing has been holding cancer conferences, or tumor boards, for the past 20 years; improving the care of patients by providing a multidisciplinary team approach to treating cancer.  

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