McLaren Greater Lansing's New Hospital is Now Open

McLaren Greater Lansing’s new 240-bed hospital is now fully open.

McLaren Greater Lansing’s new 240-bed hospital is now fully open after 112 patients were transferred from the legacy facilities on Greenlawn and Pennsylvania Avenues. Emergency care is no longer available at the Greenlawn Avenue.

“Today is a historic day for the entire Greater Lansing community,” said Kirk Ray, president and CEO, McLaren Greater Lansing. “McLaren cannot adequately thank all the incredible individuals and for completing this once-in-a-century achievement. From our staff and physicians to our community partners and supporters—and especially our patients themselves—Lansing enters a new era of health care because of their devoted efforts.”

After more than a year of planning for the patient move day, it took approximately six hours to safely move all patients to the new facility, about two hours faster than anticipated.

“This week has been bittersweet,” said Deb Leblanc, chief nursing officer, McLaren Greater Lansing. “We have a long history and many memories made within the walls of our previous campuses but look forward to providing extraordinary care to our community in our new state-of-the-art facility.”

The new health care campus houses the Hospital, Emergency Department including the Level III Trauma Center and Primary Stroke Center, Heart & Vascular Institute, Sports Medicine & Orthopedic Institute, Birthplace, Karmanos Cancer Institute, Outpatient Care Center, and Health & Wellness Pavilion.

The new McLaren Greater Lansing is located at 2900 Collins Road in Lansing near the intersection of Forest and Collins Roads off the I-496 /US 127 Dunkel Road exit.

Additional information about the new facility can be found at