McLaren’s new healthcare campus begins to open | MSUToday

McLaren Health Care and Michigan State University held a ribbon-cutting ceremony to mark the opening of the $600 million health care campus adjacent to the university. The health campus includes a 240-bed hospital, a multi-specialty outpatient center and a Karmanos Cancer Institute in partnership with MSU Health Care.

“This new healthcare campus provides exciting facilities for MSU medical education, research and services to our regional community in conjunction with McLaren Health Care,” said MSU President Samuel L. Stanley Jr. , MD. “Community partnerships are the foundation of MSU’s medical education and healthcare delivery throughout Michigan. We look forward to continuing to work with McLaren as we pursue our vision of new models of sustainable healthcare. »

MSU’s collaboration with McLaren Greater Lansing will expand access to quality care for Central Michigan residents, improve health outcomes, and expand access to new, life-changing therapies and treatments through research and shared discovery.

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McLaren Greater Lansing and MSU Health Care share a rich history of working together to care for surrounding communities. The comprehensive healthcare campus will provide new, state-of-the-art facilities to better serve patients, educate students and bring together more than 1,000 physicians, researchers, educators and other academic and medical team members..

“This project is much more than just brick and mortar buildings. The talented people who inhabit these spaces will not only save lives, but help advance healthcare as a whole,” said Kirk Ray, President and CEO of McLaren Greater Lansing. “Opportunities for advancement in research, clinical trials and integrated cancer care with Karmanos The Cancer Institute and MSU Health Care mark an exciting new chapter in the future of health care in our region.

MSU Health Care will provide medical oncology, imaging and psychiatry services for the elderly, as well as gynecological oncology, vascular surgery, urology and podiatry services.

“This project is the result of several years of collaboration,” said Seth Ciabotti, CEO of MSU Health Care. “Together, MSU Health Care and McLaren will combine the latest technology and equipment with the clinical expertise of talented providers, expand educational programs to train future doctors, and connect our community to other clinical trials. We will provide diagnostics faster and more accurate, shorter wait times and research to meet the growing needs of our community.

MSU Healthcare also goes provide physicians and psychiatric expertise Geropsychiatric Evaluation and management service. This will enable the unit to care for more patients with disorders and memory disorders, improve the specialist care provided, and improve teaching and learning opportunities to train the next generation of physicians focused on resolving the mental health crisis.

A joint MSU Health Care and McLaren Greater Lansing Medical Services building is also under construction on campus, with an expected opening in summer 2023. the center will feature a full suite of imaging capabilities with all-new equipment in a space of over 20,000 square feet. This partnership will also include initiatives in collaboration with MSU advancing the academic, research, and clinical care missions of the university.