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December 6, 2017updated 19 Dec 2017 8:06am

McLaren Health Care to invest $450m to build new hospital in Michigan

McLaren Health Care is set to invest $450m to develop a new hospital beside Michigan State University (MSU) in South Lansing.

McLaren Health Care is set to invest $450m to develop a new hospital beside Michigan State University (MSU) in South Lansing.

The health network intends to consolidate two of its existing Lansing hospital facilities into a single campus that will comprise of 240 beds, cancer centre and ambulatory care centre.

Additionally, the campus will also include facilities for health care delivery, education and medical research. The facility will offer employment to more than 1,000 physicians, educators and other academic and medical members.

McLaren Health Care president and CEO Philip Incarnati said: “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.

“Our partnership will transform health care delivery to support a world-class medical experience and advance pioneering medical research.”

McLaren Health Care also expanded its collaboration with MSU for research, education and clinical services.

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The organisations plan to bolster clinical research efforts with access to data, recruit new healthcare professionals into MSU team, generate medical education opportunities, conduct clinical trials, and work on various clinical service lines to provide better care for patients.

MSU president Lou Anna Simon said: “Working with McLaren, this new facility will help us recruit top physicians and researchers to our region by providing access to tools and data that will build a healthier society and develop new life-saving therapies and treatments.”

Apart from filling approximately 75 existing full- and part-time openings, the new campus is estimated to create around 2,500 construction jobs and about 80 on-campus opportunities.

It is expected that the campus will be completed in late 2021.

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