Welcome to Spectrum Health Lakeland!

Spectrum Health Lakeland Group ShotWith a rich history that dates back to the 1800s, Spectrum Health Lakeland is a not-for-profit, community-owned health system serving Southwest Michigan and Northern Indiana with a full continuum of care and wellness services including three hospitals, an outpatient center, a cancer center, and 53 ambulatory locations. 

Lakeland is a division of Spectrum Health comprising 31,000+ team members, 14 hospitals (including Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital), a robust network of care facilities, teams of nationally recognized doctors and providers, and the nation’s third-largest provider-sponsored health plan, Priority Health, currently serving over 1 million members across the state of Michigan.

The hospitals of Lakeland have always offered essential health care services to everyone, regardless of their ability to pay. Lakeland continually works to create an integrated system of care that is accessible, affordable, compassionate, and responsible. Lakeland is accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations and has received several national recognitions for our safe, high-quality care. Click here to learn how we compare with other health systems, and why you can be confident choosing Lakeland. 

We are committed to act against structural racism and have pledged to take on the challenge to eliminate racism and its impact on health, hope and lives. Learn more here

Our Mission 
Improve health, inspire hope and save lives.

Our Vision 
Personalized health made simple, affordable and exceptional.

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Community Grand Rounds - Battling Structural Racism

Structural Racism, meaning biases that have been built into the institution's people rely on, is a pervasive issue in the US.

Community Food Network: A Leg Up on Life

After assistance from a Lakeland nurse, Nancey received intervention for a life-threatening condition in the nick of time.

Weathering and Health Inequity: Letting the Epigenome Out of the Bottle Without Losing Sight of the Structural Origins of Population Health

Dr. Geronimus discussed weathering and the ways that structurally rooted biological and psychosocial processes shape health inequities in our society.

Interview with Bechara Choucair, MD: Advancing Health? It's About the Mind, Body, and Community

Dr. Choucair shares how his organization is working to improve conditions for health and equity

Interview with David Williams, MPH, PhD: Structural Competency and Institutional Discrimination

Dr. David Williams discusses institutional discrimination, individual discrimination, and structural competency.

Interview with David Williams, MPH, PhD: Recognizing and Preventing Implicit Bias

Dr. David Williams discusses his research on ways to recognize and prevent implicit bias.

Interview with David Williams, MPH, PhD: Discrimination and Health Disparities

Dr. David Williams discusses his research on health inequities caused by racial discrimination.

Interview with David Williams, MPH, PhD: Social Influences on Health

Dr. David Williams discusses his research on the distinctive social exposures linked to racial status.

Interview with Patricia Rush, MD, MBA

Dr. Patricia Rush discusses the impact of psychological trauma on the brain and on chronic disease and health inequities.

Project SEARCH

To learn more about Project SEARCH, please contact Erin Wright, Manager Recruitment, Human Resources at (269) 927-5192

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