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McLaren Health Care Adds POH Medical Center to System
Date:9/27/2007

"We firmly believe that integrating POH Medical Center with McLaren's system is the right thing to do for the hospital, its employees, our physicians and the community. We're convinced that POH Medical Center and the city of Pontiac will benefit from this relationship now and well into the future," Lamberti said.

McLaren Health Care hospitals, health plan and home health agencies regularly earn recognition for excellence in patient and customer care from national organizations including The Joint Commission, National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA), Michigan Association of Health Plans, Plans, Solucient(R), HealthGrades(R), Thomson Healthcare and J.D. Power & Associates.

About POH: POH Medical Center provides primary and specialty health care services guided by the principles of Osteopathic Medicine and the values of excellence, integrity, diversity and compassion. Founded in 1953, POH has grown from one small clinic to a full-fledged medical community that includes more than 300 physicians, an inpatient hospital in downtown Pontiac and eight satellite facilities throughout north Oakland County.

About McLaren Health Care: Recognized by Verispan as one of the top Integrated Health Networks in the nation, McLaren Health Care includes more than 150 locations, 15,000 employees and nearly 3,600 physicians. It includes eight regional hospitals: McLaren Regional Medical Center in Flint; Lapeer Regional Medical Center; Ingham Regional Medical Center and Ingham Regional Orthopedic Hospital in Lansing; Bay Regional Medical Center and Bay Special Care Hospital in Bay City; Mt. Clemens Regional Medical Center in Mt. Clemens and POH Medical Center in Pontiac. Visiting Nurse Services of Michigan, an award winning home health provider, and McLaren Health Plan, a top rated commercial and Medicaid HMO are also a part of the system.


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