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McLaren Clarkston
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Welcome to McLaren Clarkston

McLaren Clarkston is located on 95 acres in northern Oakland County, off Sashabaw Road in Clarkston, Michigan. It includes a 138,000 sq. ft. Medical Office Building housing a free-standing emergency department, an ambulatory surgery center, physical therapy services, a wound center, breast center, imaging services, a sleep center, lab, pharmacy services, home health services, medical equipment and numerous physician offices; a 42,000 sq. ft. freestanding cancer center offering medical and radiation oncology services as part of the Karmanos Cancer Institute network of cancer centers, and a five-acre Garden of Healing and Renewal.

Additional services at Karmanos Cancer Institute-Clarkston include a community resource center and medical library, along with a retail boutique that will cater to the unique requirements of cancer patients. Special emphasis is also given to educational programming and family support services. The five-acre Garden of Healing and Renewal features walking paths, sitting areas, fountains and sculptures, providing a calm and natural setting for healing, exercise, reflection and quiet conversation. It is open to the public to use and enjoy.

Our Mission:

McLaren Health Care will be the best value in health care as defined by quality outcomes and cost.

Our Vision:

McLaren will be the recognized leader and preferred provider of health care services to the communities we serve.

VALUES:

A - Accountability - an obligation or willingness to accept responsibility
 - Integrity - maintain a focus and consistency by doing the right thing
D - Diversity - maintain an environment that respects dignity and sensitivity
E - Excellence - performance that exceeds expectations
R - Respect - to recognize the infinite worth of the individual and care for each one as a whole person

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