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    McLaren Greater Lansing is delighted to welcome Victor Celentino and Andre Hutson as the newest members of its board of trustees. Celentino is in his 11 th term representing District 1 on the Ingham County Board of Commissioners, and has been a special education teacher in the Lansing School District since 1992. Hutson is a former Michigan State University men’s basketball standout who is owner and founder of Conquest Fitness, as well as Hutson Contracting. Both are eagerly anticipating the opening of t...

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    McLaren Bay Region, a leader in providing high-quality patient care, is launching a new electronic health record system (EHR) at 12:01am on Saturday, June 5, 2021 to better serve its patients and community. The new EHR system is from global health care technology company Cerner Corporation, and will improve integration of information in both the hospital and clinic setting. It will enable health care providers to update clinical documentation in near real-time to help clinicians deliver personalized, sa...

  • Interventional neurologists at McLaren Macomb were the first in the Midwest to use the latest advancement in the treatment and repair of brain aneurysms, the Pipeline™ Flex Embolization Device with Shield Technology™. The procedure was performed on June 1, with others following. The Pipeline is a minimally invasive, catheter-based neurological procedure in which a specialized, mesh-like stent is implanted within the cerebral artery across the bridge of the aneurysm, diverting the blood flow that aids th...

  • One year after opening the Wayne and Joan Webber Emergency and Trauma Center, McLaren Macomb is set to continue its expansion with the announcement of the McLaren Macomb Harrington Medical Center and Ambulatory Surgery Center. The three-story, 62,000-square-foot newly constructed facility will feature several of the hospital’s service lines and offices for many physicians across a range of specialties. Construction is scheduled to begin following the ceremonial groundbreaking set for June 28. Located al...

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    The Barbara Ann Karmanos Cancer Institute is pleased to announce the appointment of two board of director members: Geaneen Arends, attorney and vice president and director, Butzel Long Sylvester Hester, chairman, Global Automotive Alliance In their roles, Arends and Hester will collaborate with the existing board members to support the Institute’s mission of leading transformative cancer care, research and education. Karmanos treats more than 12,000 new patients annually and is Michigan’s largest cancer...

  • McLaren Macomb is again expanding its services while also meeting a growing community health need in Macomb County. The hospital will soon complete construction of the McLaren Macomb Senior Behavioral Health Center, a multidisciplinary inpatient complex to provide the enhanced level of care to meet senior citizen’s mental health needs. Located is Shelby Township along Schoenherr Road on the southwest corner of 21 Mile Road, the new facility is slated to open and see its first patient in September. “It h...

  • McLaren Macomb, the 288-bed hospital serving all of Macomb County, has again added to its list of services with the addition of hyperbaric oxygen therapy, HBOT, to its Wound Care Center. The noninvasive therapy supplies oxygen in a safe pressurized environment to stimulate the healing of chronic wounds. Wounds fail to heal because the level of oxygen received at the damaged tissue is too low. Unhealed wounds put patients at an increased risk for infections and other potentially serious complications whi...

  • McLaren Macomb president and CEO Tom Brisse, Macomb Food Program director Linda Azar, Macomb Food Program manager Shannon Mallory, McLaren Macomb vice president of marketing Sharyl Smith, Macomb County Executive Mark Hackel The Macomb Food Program has been addressing local food insecurity for more than 40 years, and the need has never been higher than it has been over the past year. It was with this in mind that McLaren Macomb, the 288-hospital serving all of Macomb County, donated $10,000 to the progra...

  • As part of its effort to offer a complete continuum of care for its patients, McLaren Macomb has expanded its services to include inpatient rehabilitation. The new unit is a uniquely designed inpatient unit in which patients recovering from surgery, injury or illness undergo specialized, intensive and supervised rehabilitation to regain their physical capabilities and independence. Opening the unit and expanding the service within McLaren Macomb allows patients who are recovering from stroke, traumatic ...