McLaren Health Care plans $450M replacement hospital

McLaren Greater Lansing (Mich.) is planning to construct a $450 million replacement hospital adjacent to East Lansing-based Michigan State University, according to Crain's Detroit Business.

The replacement hospital will consolidate services at McLaren Greater Lansing hospital and Lansing-based McLaren Orthopedic Hospital into one facility.  Additionally, the new hospital will deepen McLaren's academic partnership with Michigan State and house 240 beds, a cancer center and an ambulatory care center.

"This is truly a defining moment in McLaren's growth as the leading statewide clinical and insurance enterprise. This is an extraordinary opportunity to collaborate with MSU to redesign and elevate health care for a region and the state for generations to come," said Phil Incarnati, CEO of Grand Blanc, Mich-based McLaren Health Care, according to Crain's. "Our partnership will transform health care delivery to support a world-class medical experience and advance pioneering medical research."

The new hospital is expected to open in 2021. Upon completion, McLaren will hire approximately 155 employees to staff the facility.  

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