McLaren Greater Lansing
Patient and Visitor Amenities

McLaren Greater Lansing Amenities:

At McLaren Greater Lansing, patients and guests will have access to various amenities during your visit, including:

  • McLaren Greater Lansing's cafeterias are open to the public every day.
  • Complimentary WiFi in public areas
  • ATM
  • Elevators
  • Lounge / Waiting Areas
  • Free Parking


Chi Memorial Library
If you want to know more about your own medical diagnosis or that of a loved one, feel free to visit the Chi Memorial Library. Library staff are also available to collect applicable information and send it to your home, upon request.

The Chi Memorial Library is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on weekdays and is closed on weekends and holidays. Call the Chi Memorial Library at (517) 975-6075.

Gift Shop

Peppermint Gift Shop: The main hospital gift shop serves staff, visitors, and patients, selling a wide variety of gifts, jewelry, candy, flowers, balloons and sundries. Currently the gift shop is open 10am to 5pm Monday-Friday and is available to take phone orders. Please call 517-975-6910.

Spiritual Care

Meet McLaren Greater Lansing's Chaplains
Meet McLaren Greater Lansing's Therapy Musicians

We are here for you and your loved ones! Committed to the care of the whole person, we:

  • actively listen 
  • support you in your beliefs
  • respect your privacy, protect your dignity
  • are present in times of joy or crisis
  • comfort and offer resources in the face of loss or death 

In addition, or if a patient prefers, we will contact his or her spiritual leader.  Permission is required from the patient or patient's representative beforehand.

  • When you sign in at Patient Registration, mention any faith tradition,  and the spiritual leader who you would like to visit you. Also, let your spiritual leaders know you are in the hospital if you desire their visit. McLaren's full-time Chaplain Coordinator is always glad to visit you, at your request.
  • The hospital chapels are open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, and are welcome spaces to reflect or pray.
  • Prayers for specific individuals or needs may be left in the prayer bowl on the altar.
  • At Greenlawn a prayer rug is available for those of the Islamic faith.
  • Small wedding or memorial services can be scheduled for either chapel (call the office of Spiritual Care (517) 975-6010).

McLaren Greater Lansing Chapels offer quiet, private spaces

The McLaren Greater Lansing Hospital's commitment to spiritual care in every faith is reflected in its chapels. These chapels are silent spaces for prayer and meditation, no matter your religious faith or spiritual identity. The Greenlawn, or Ingham Chapel is fitted with worship symbols and holy scriptures from a variety of religious traditions. It is located on the first floor, between the visitor and patient entrances, opposite the Chi elevators. Look for the Office of Spiritual Care sign, above double doors that open into the chapel and spiritual care office.

On the Pennsylvania campus, just past the information desk (near the old main lobby) there is a smaller chapel.

Roman Catholics

Eucharistic ministers visit Catholic patients on the Greenlawn campus daily, offering Holy Communion, as does a Roman Catholic priest every Wednesday. Special or emergency requests for a priest (e.g., Anointing of the Sick) other days or times, or for patients at our Penn campus, can be made through unit staff or by calling the office of Spiritual Care at (517) 975-6010, or 56010 internally.

Send an E-Greeting

If you would like to send a Patient Greeting Card to a loved one or a friend who is a patient at McLaren Greater Lansing or McLaren Orthopedic Hospital, fill out the form below and click on "Send." A volunteer will print the card and deliver it.

Cards will be delivered within 24 hours of receipt (Monday thru Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. only). If the patient has been discharged or if the card contains private medical information or other potentially embarrassing/personal information, we will delete it. Weekend cards will be delivered the following Monday.

This Patient Greeting Card is set up only to receive patient e-mail. Patients are unable to send outgoing replies.

This is not a secured page, however, all messages received are handled confidentially. In order to distribute the Patient Greeting Card a patient must agree to be listed on the Hospital Census when being admitted.

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