McLaren Macomb earns ‘high performing’ marks in its care for heart failure and COPD from U.S. News & World Report

McLaren Macomb, the 288-bed hospital serving all of Macomb County, has been recognized by U.S. News & World Report for its treatment of common, quality-of-life hindering conditions.

In its annual hospital ranking, U.S. News & World Report ranked McLaren Macomb ‘high performing’ in its treatment and care of heart failure and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).

Being named to the distinguished list ranks a health care provider’s proficiency in delivering care, taking into account the patients’ outcomes and experience.

Ranking is based on an analysis of patient outcomes and care-related factors, such as patient safety and nurse staffing, from approximately 5,000 hospitals nationwide.

Heart failure, also referred to as congestive heart failure, occurs when the muscles of the heart fail to pump enough blood to the rest of the body. COPD is an inflammation of the lungs that can lead to obstructed airflow and difficulty breathing.

Very common conditions afflicting millions of Americans, both heart failure and COPD are chronic conditions that must be managed by a physicians.

About McLaren Macomb

McLaren Macomb is a 288-bed acute care hospital located in Mount Clemens, Mich. More than 400 physicians and nearly 2,000 employees work at McLaren Macomb making it one of Macomb County’s top employers. McLaren Macomb provides a full range of services, including cancer and cardiovascular care. As Macomb County’s first verified trauma center, the hospital operates the busiest emergency department in Macomb County and is also an accredited chest pain center. McLaren Macomb has a rich history of providing high quality, compassionate health care and holds a strong position in the community it serves. To learn more, visit or follow our blog

About McLaren Health Care

McLaren Health Care, headquartered in Grand Blanc, Michigan, is a fully integrated health network committed to quality, evidence-based patient care and cost efficiency. The McLaren system includes 15 hospitals in Michigan and Ohio, ambulatory surgery centers, imaging centers, a 490-member employed primary and specialty care physician network, commercial and Medicaid HMOs covering more than 588,000 lives in Michigan and Indiana, home health, infusion and hospice providers, pharmacy services, a clinical laboratory network and a wholly owned medical malpractice insurance company. McLaren operates Michigan’s largest network of cancer centers and providers, anchored by the Karmanos Cancer Institute, one of only 51 National Cancer Institute-designated comprehensive cancer centers in the U.S. McLaren has 28,000 full-, part-time and contracted employees and more than 90,000 network providers throughout Michigan, Indiana and Ohio. Learn more at