"We have the opportunity to develop something that will not only help Michigan residents gain access to critical cancer-fighting technology, but would make our state a vital launching ground to bring this new technology to the nation," Incarnati said. "We look forward to rolling up our sleeves with our partners to make this happen."
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 wholly-owned 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; Mount Clemens Regional Medical Center in Mount Clemens and POH Regional Medical Center in Pontiac in addition to the partial ownership and overall management of a ninth hospital, Doctors' Hospital of Michigan 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. To find out more about how we're changing the future of health care, visit www.mclaren.org.
About Great Lakes Cancer Institute
Through the combined resources of McLaren Health Care and the clinical trials research capabilities at MSU, the Great Lakes Cancer Institute is advancing the science of cancer medicine. More than 300 of the state's most highly experienced cancer specialists, oncologists, physicians, surgeons and researchers make up GLCI, working together to beat cancer. For more information,
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