Sparrow

The cremated remains of more than 300 people, most of them stillborn babies, have been placed in a crypt by Lansing's Roman Catholic bishop.

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Lansing’s Sparrow Hospital opens its brand new cancer center more than twice the size of its current 28,000 square foot center.

 

 


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A small rolling hospital that debuted in Lansing last summer is expanding its reach in 2017.

New clinic opens doors to Lansing's homeless

Mar 3, 2014
Courtesy of Sparrow

  Today marks the very first day that homeless individuals in the Capitol region will have a medical clinic to call their own.

The new $900,000 project, which is located at 430 N. Larch Street, is a collaboration between the area’s largest healthcare provider, Sparrow Health System, and the region’s largest homeless services provider, Volunteers of America Michigan. 

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Sparrow Health System in Lansing is joining forces with one of the nation’s most renowned names in health care. 

Sparrow Health System is the first in Michigan to join the Mayo Clinic Care Network.  The alliance will give Sparrow caregivers and patients direct access to Mayo’s research and expertise.  Sparrow joins four other U.S. health providers in the Mayo network. 

Sparrow CEO Dennis Swan says his organization and the Mayo Clinic share core values.

Sparrow Health System and Michigan State University are planning to consolidate most of their pediatric outpatient services in a single location.