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  • Who should I contact if I have questions regarding site work?

    For additional information regarding the McLaren Northern Michigan building and renovation project place call (800) 248-6777.

  • How can I receive updates on construction activities?

    We encourage you to sign-up for our 10-Day Look Ahead email notices. These Friday updates include the project’s anticipated activities for the upcoming 10 days so that you can plan accordingly.

  • What is being done to mitigate any impacts from the construction activities?

    The building project work is being permitted by the City of Petoskey and will be in compliance with all requirements established by the Petoskey Municipal Code as well as the Emmet County and State of Michigan. All construction activities, hours of operation, and truck hauling routes are being coordinated carefully to reduce impact to project neighbors and the health care of our patients.

  • What are the general hours of construction?

    Regular construction hours will be between 7 a.m. and 6 p.m., Monday-Friday. Weekend, night, and holiday work by special permission only. All construction related equipment and materials must be transported on roadways designated as truck routes by the City of Petoskey.

  • Will the current hospital remain open during the rebuilding and expansion?

    Yes. In order to ensure that our community’s health care needs are being met, McLaren Northern Michigan hospital will remain open and fully operational during construction.

  • When will the project be completed?

    The last stages of the project, the renovation of the existing McLaren Northern Michigan hospital is expected to be completed in 2023, respectively.

  • What is the McLaren Northern Michigan Building and Renovation Project?

    The McLaren Northern Michigan Building and Renovation Project includes the transformation and modernizing facilities that are the foundation of our community and regions healthcare services. The primary community benefit of the project is providing a safe, modern hospital with adequate capacity for patient care.

  • What types of services does Lake Orion Nursing and Rehabilitation Center offer?

    Rehabilitation, skilled nursing care, long term care, Alzheimer and dementia care and hospice services. 

  • Are there any tests required?

    If the position you are applying for requires testing (typing, med term, data entry) you will be scheduled to complete these tests prior to an interview.

  • Does McLaren do nicotene testing?

    To provide a safe, healthy environment for our patients, employees and visitors, as of February 1, 2013 McLaren no longer hires individuals who use nicotine and will conduct nicotine testing during the pre-employment process.