At Sparrow, our commitment to providing the best Patient care means providing facilities that meet the needs of our region.
Our Patients and their families expect quality care in a healing environment, and they expect it close to home.
Sparrow Health Center Lansing is a new campus that will expand access to primary care, provide senior health services, and offer streamlined and comprehensive care in one convenient location. Services onsite will feature a drive-thru Pharmacy, Laboratory, Endoscopy, Diagnostic Imaging including CT, Ultrasound, Mammography, MRI and more.
- $20M project investment
- 70,000 sq. ft. building
- Construction start: Summer 2015
- Estimated completion: 2017
At Sparrow, a major part of our efforts to transform care involves reconfiguring our facilities to meet the expectations of our Patients, their families, and our Caregivers for quality care in a healing environment. This effort extends beyond the bedside to include the entire experience while visiting Sparrow.
To improve the overall dining experience in the hospital, and create additional retail opportunities, we’re excited to announce that we will be relocating the cafeteria and creating The Gathering Place – a modern and upscale dining area at Sparrow Hospital.
- $9.9M project investment
- 4,000 sq. ft. addition
- 20,000 sq. ft. of renovation
- Construction start: Spring 2015
- Estimated completion: Summer 2016
Housed within the new Plaza Building, the Herbert-Herman Cancer Center will be built upon the principles of Patient- and family-centered care. Sparrow is committed to offering timely and convenient access to radiation, medical and surgical oncologists and a full range of clinical and family support services. The facility and programs are being designed with team medicine and Patient- and family engagement in mind.
The Herbert and Herman families
A New Cancer Center – a commitment to our community
At Sparrow, our commitment to providing the best Patient care includes facilities that promote healing and good health.
A series of new construction and renovation projects, both on and off campus, are underway to integrate cutting edge technology, modern facilities, and convenient locations to better meet the changing needs of our community.
This website, buildingsparrow.org, has been developed to allow Caregivers, Patients and visitors to follow our progress to build a healthy future. Here you’ll find the latest updates, photos, and information on accessing Sparrow services affected by construction.
One of the first improvements that will affect Patient and Caregiver access starts in mid-July with the temporary relocation of the Sparrow Main Emergency room entrance. This change, expected to last six months, is due to construction in the parking deck as we consolidate and expand our OR services.
Other projects underway at this time include completion of the Sparrow Neurosciences Center on Tower floors 9 & 10, the build-out of Tower floors 7 & 8, construction of a new Grand Ledge Ambulatory building, an addition to the Sparrow Clinton ER, and construction of a replacement hospital in Ionia.
Our work to build a healthy future will span several years, so be sure to follow new developments and improvements right here at buildingsparrow.org.
As of the end of July, the glass front has been gradually going into place on the face of the new Plaza Building, home to the Herbert-Herman Cancer Center, and construction has started on the pedestrian bridge that will connect the Plaza to the Sparrow Professional Building. Construction started just over one year ago. Track the progress through The Christman Company’s webcam, and watch a timelapse from the very beginning!
Sparrow Plaza Building and Deck, Thursday, August 4, 2016 9:30 a.m. photo courtesy of The Christman Company webcam.
In the works for years, Sparrow unveiled its dazzling new modern and upscale dining area on Wednesday, July 20 in a special ceremony and open house.
The Gathering Place at Sparrow features bright open spaces and a wall of glass with a view along Michigan Avenue. It showcases our effort to transform facilities to meet the expectations of our Patients, Visitors, Physicians and Caregivers for quality care in a healing environment. It officially opened to the public, Thursday, July 21.
Learn more about the project here:
Community celebrates opening of the Gathering Place at Sparrow
With the framework set, the shape of the new Plaza Building and Herbert-Herman Cancer Center can be visualized. Each day brings great progress!
We’re moving closer every day to opening the Gathering Place inside Sparrow Hospital. The modern and upscale dining area is helping transform Michigan Avenue in Lansing.
Recently the installation of the living wall started. Fifty boxes of plants arrived and the greenery will soon go up. This is a gift from the Volunteers of the Sparrow Guild in honor of their 90th anniversary. Thank you!
We’re very excited to show you what it looks like when finished. Stay tuned!
The new Herbert-Herman Cancer Center, a keystone in Sparrow’s commitment to caring for our community, hit another milestone with the placement of the signature beam, reflecting the collaboration between Caregivers, Patients, Donors, and community members to transform healthcare for our region.
A group of special guests, donors, Physicians, Cancer Center Patients and Caregivers gathered recently to sign on to a piece of history.
After brief remarks from James and Susan Herman, attendees lined up to sign the beam or add a personal message.
The naming of the Herbert-Herman Cancer Center facility recognizes a combined $2.5- million philanthropic gift from James and Judith Herbert of Lansing, and James and Susan Herman of East Lansing. James Herman, M.D., is the Medical Director of the Sparrow Cancer Center.
Support from our region and our Caregivers is what allows us to transform health care, expanding and improving our services to bring you quality, compassionate care, in a healthy, healing environment.
This beam, filled with signatures from Caregivers, Patients, Donors, and community members, is a reflection of that collaboration and will be a permanent piece of the Herbert-Herman Cancer Center, opening early summer of 2017.
A check-in shows that final steps are near for the parking deck adjacent to the future Plaza Building and Herbert-Herman Cancer Center. This multi-level parking structure will offer approximately 600 new parking spaces, providing greater accessibility for Visitors and offering reserved parking for Cancer Center Patients.