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    Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) and Hip and Knee Replacement Awards McLaren Greater Lansing ranked ‘High Performing’ in its treatment of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) and Hip and Knee Replacement. Now in its 30th year, inclusion in the distinguished ranking demonstrates a health care provider’s proficiency in the delivery of its care and the resulting patient experience and outcome. Ranking is based on careful analysis of patient outcomes and care-related factors, such as pat...

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    McLaren Greater Lansing receives verification and designation extension as a level III trauma facility from the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services.

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    LANSING, Mich.— Karmanos Cancer Institute - Greater Lansing, were surveyed and accredited by the American College of Radiology Committee on Radiation Oncology Practice Accreditation. The Period of the Accreditation is March 27, 2019 through March 31, 2022.

  • LANSING, Mich. – Robert Laszewski, a nationally-recognized expert on federal healthcare policy, will be the keynote speaker at the State of the State of Healthcare at the Kellogg Hotel & Conference Center on June 12. The luncheon, which will run from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., is organized by McLaren Greater Lansing Foundation’s Business Partners in Health Committee. The committee’s goal is to “be the catalyst for promoting health and wellness education to local businesses and the region’s workforce.” La...

  • What would happen if you never changed the oil in your car or checked the batteries in your smoke detector? We all do preventive maintenance with things in our everyday lives, but many people still do not regularly see a primary care doctor to do the same for their health. Thankfully, with locations in Lansing, East Lansing, Okemos, Eaton Rapids, Williamston, Holt, Dewitt, and Portland, primary care from McLaren Greater Lansing primary care providers is closer to home than ever before. A primary care pr...

  • The future of health care in mid-Michigan is closer than ever. We broke ground on our new $450 million hospital just over three months ago, and big changes are happening at the corner of Forest and Collins roads. The new health care campus is the largest investment McLaren Health Care has ever made, and we are proud to be redesigning the future of health care for generations to come. Watch the video to hear more from McLaren Health Care President/CEO Phil Incarnati.

  • Given his druthers, Ralph Shaheen would like to “stay around forever.” The president of Shaheen Chevrolet made that clear when asked how he would like to be remembered. But after pondering the question, he said he hoped people would think of him as a “good person, a good father, a good husband, and a good friend.” And he added, as “someone who gives back.” That last attribute has developed over time for Shaheen, the oldest of five children born in Flint and raised by parents whom he described as generou...

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    The future of health care in our region is moving forward. McLaren Greater Lansing broke ground on our state-of-the-art new hospital campus in South Lansing on Monday, December 17, 2018. This is a monumental step in making our $450 million hospital project a reality. “The future of health care in our region is getting closer every day,” said Kirk Ray, Chief Executive Officer at McLaren Greater Lansing. “We want to thank our doctors, staff, patients, and community for giving input during the design proce...

  • For someone who considers himself more of a cynic than a philanthropist, Dr. Robert Tubben has no problem making an annual contribution to a fund that enhances the educational experience of residents in the Anesthesiology Residency Program at McLaren Greater Lansing. Nor is he shy about asking his fellow anesthesiologists – and a few other colleagues -- at the hospital to make gifts to it each year. “It’s about doing the right thing,” he said. “I really believe that in order for our residents to be comp...

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    Cas Wesolek is grateful to be working out three times a week at the Cardiac-Pulmonary Rehabilitation Center at McLaren Greater Lansing, though it is quite a change in scenery from his previous walks at the Lansing Mall. The 83-year old Wesolek used to enjoy taking a 20-minute, mile-long walk around the interior of the mall five days a week. But that routine came to a halt in June of last year when the Lansing resident experienced shortness of breath one day and within a week could not walk more than a t...